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- 98%Local Culture
- 75%Budget Travelers
- 74%Family Travelers
User Reviews (16 Reviews)
- NaschmarktFirst to ReviewOct 20, 2013
Naschmarkt is an outdoor food market that is great fun to walk through. The vendors are helpful and knowledgeable about their product, and also happy to offer a free sample to try if you're curious. I had some great gooseberries, falafel, and hummus... not all together, of course.
- NaschmarktNov 09, 2013
Vienna’s largest and best known market offers a mixture of Viennese and international specialities. Naschmarkt is the undisputed jewel in the crown of Vienna's 26 permanent markets. Set between Karlsplatz and Kettenbrückengasse, the Naschmarkt is the mainspring one of the city's most interesting districts. Culinary specialities are always fresh and in bountiful supply here, no matter whether they are typically Viennese or exotic. The adjacent Saturday flea market is the stuff of legend for bargain hunters.
Flea market (6.30am-4pm) every Saturday.
Mon-Fri 6am-7.30pm, Sat 6am-6pm
Food stands: Mon-Sat 6am-11pm
U1, U2, U4: Karlsplatz
- NaschmarktNov 26, 2012
Vienna's most popular market and it's immediately obvious as soon as you visit. Over a kilometer long and full of all kinds of stalls and goods - we had a great time sampling the wares and particularly liked all the antiques towards the end of the market.
- NaschmarktDec 25, 2013
The Nauschmarkt has everything you need. There are stalls selling every imaginable gourmet food, and on Saturday there's a big flea market on the Western end with all sorts of interesting antiques and random stuff. I got a terrific pair of Viennese opera glasses with case for 20 euro! In addition, there's a whole strip of restaurants and bars that start at lunch and stay open until about 1am, providing a fun open-air late-night scene. There are also stalls of random clothing and uniquitous trinkets, but the interesting definitely outweighs the mundane.
Your best bet is the u-bahn to Kettenbruckengasse, or you can walk southwest from the opera house area.