Bazaar Experience at Naschmarkt in Vienna

Exotic Bazaar Experience at Naschmarkt Vienna

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People say about the Naschmarkt in Vienna that what you cannot buy here, you actually don’t need. How good that the famous market offers almost everything a person could possibly want. The Naschmarkt exists since 1774 and is the largest market in Vienna. It name literally means “snack market”. The name may be due to the offered sweets such as the dried fruits or dates. Here you will find about 170 stalls and shops, as well as some restaurants. The Naschmarkt offers a wide variety of food: Fruits (local fruits and exotic fruits), spices, vegetables, baked goods like flatbread, fish and meat. Shops offer Austrian, Indian, Russian, Italian, French, Arabic, Iranian or Lebanese food and products. You can arrive at Naschmarkt from underground station Karlsplatz or Kettenbrückengasse.

Experience different foods and cultures at Naschmarkt in Vienna

The viennese Actor Peter Simonischek said about the Naschmarkt:

“When I have no time to go anywhere or even leave the city, I go to the Naschmarkt and feel like I can spend two hours on vacation.” 

Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle be part of a great experience! The Naschmarkt is located between rechte and linke Wienzeile not far from Karlsplatz. Right next to Naschmarkt ist the Viennese flea market. On Saturdays it is a fixture for locals and guests. Around 400 private and commercial providers sell their goods here. The offer includes works of art, used household goods, literature, music and antiques. Astonished guests and collectors looking for bargains will find everything their heart desires. Find your ideal gift or souvenir here!

Tip: Save money

Groceries and restaurants in Nashmarkt can be quite expensive. If you want to buy some Asian food, there are plenty of Asian stores in the Rechte Wienzeile. They offer a wide range of products at affordable prices. On the Linke Wienzeile there are plenty of Restaurants which offer tasty food at reasonable prices.

For further information, please visit the Naschmarket’s website.

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