- Address: Mariahilf, 1060 Vienna, Austria
- Timings: 06:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Phone: +43-1240555
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
Naschmarkt - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Naschmarkt
86.97% of people who visit Vienna include Naschmarkt in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
34.5% of people start their Naschmarkt visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Naschmarkt
82.32% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Naschmarkt
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Naschmarkt, Vienna Reviews
A great place to find food in Vienna. Besides the touristy places, there are many interesting and great small spots to have delicious food. If you are not up for food, then just enjoy the busy atmosphere and relax while walking through the different stalls that offer snacks and drinks!
Lovely market with lots of colourful stalls. Selling fresh fruit and veg. Lots of Turkish stalls with local foods. Loads of resturants selling fresh fish / meat dishes. Bought some beautiful scarves really pretty designs. Recommend a visit stop for lunch.
The Naschmarkt is a open-air market, a long stretch of food stalls, shops and eateries along Kettenbrückengasse that can be a fun place to visit in Vienna. It is a nice place to see, photograph and potentially buy meats, cheeses, veggies, breads, nuts, spices and other foods on display. Probably an hour worth of market sightseeing to browse if you like seeing local food markets during your travels. Perhaps 1.5 to 2 hours worth of time you could spend here if you end up grabbing a bite to eat at one of the market eateries as well. We have enjoyed strolls through the Naschmarkt on several trips to Vienna over the years and will most likely find ourselves there again during future trips to the city.
Worth a visit. Lots of places to eat, drink and shop for food and clothes ect. Wide variety of food mostly Chinese middle Eastern and Italian. We found a Viennese restaurant. The oldest restaurant in the market and it was amazing. Drinks and mains for under €30. Lovely staff and English menu. Unfortunately can't remember the name of it :(
Very sweet place, but the market is full of three things: spices for cooking, dry fruits and tourists. This is beautiful but not a typical market where Austrians come, at least the day I went there.. Many restaurants stand close to the market to give fresh food to their customers, but I am not that convinced due to the stands I saw.
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