About Naschmarkt, Vienna
Naschmarkt, Vienna - Address, Phone Number
Address: Mariahilf, 1060 Vienna, Austria
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
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Professional chef or home chef or ‘I can make toast’ kind of a chef, everybody visits this fresh produce market! The Naschmarkt is one of the largest urban markets in Vienna and is around half a kilometre long. It has over 100 stalls selling lovely fresh food and local produce every day. The market is also lined with charming little restaurants and cafes. It is believed that the market has been operating in the area since the 1780s. It was a dairy farmers’ market back then. Naschmarket is also known for its flea market that takes place every Saturday here. It one of the most coveted places for bargain hunters. Flea market is open every Saturday from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm.
One of the most visited and beautiful corners in Vienna, Naschmarkt bustles with travellers. Expect this market to be always crowded. Hence, it is advisable to buy tickets for Naschmarkt tours with us to gain an insider’s perspective. Naschmarkt tickets are easily available provided you book in advance. Tickets for Naschmarkt are always in demand and hence we offer you an easy route by offering you Naschmarkt ticket prices for tours at discounted rates.
Naschmarkt Opening and Closing Hours
- Closed on Sundays with some coffee stalls open.
How To reach Naschmarkt by Public Transport
- Kettenbruckengasse Station
- Karlsplatz Station
Restaurants Near Naschmarkt
- Cafe Amacord
- Mr Lee
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Loved this place! When you want something other than Austrian/German food, this is a great option. I picked a vendor where there were many people in line and went for fresh hummus, garlic stuffed olives, falafel and an Egyptian fig and nut item. This lasted me the next four meals! There were also fruit and veggie vendors, clothing, etc. Another shop sold wine. There were multiple restaurants with great specials for food and wine. Would be a great people watching place.
Great place to mix with tourists and locals. Beautiful displays off all types of foods to enjoy right there or bring home. Lively and a bit crowded. Felt safe. We enjoyed a nice simple Viennese restaurant for our lunch.
Spent 3 hours here and saw of the most unique and antique things. Naschmarket is a must visit place. It's roughly divided into two parts, one side selling everything and anything other food and other side, selling scrumptious food. We shopped for cashmere mufflers, paintings ,old vintage books , vintage tea set and finally ate one of the best lunch...if you are town,highly recommend to match your calendar to visit the market..
Pikes place Market for Vienna. Probably better. Eclectic assortment of shops and products from cheese and desserts to football kits and body lotions. Well worth the visit. Come hungry.
Fun place to spend the day walking around tasting different food and finding souvenirs. A good mix of locals and tourists. Everyone was very fun and cheerful. Great experience.
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