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Naschmarkt, Vienna

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.6/5 based on 1,800+ reviews on the web
An international food market, Naschmarkt offers a huge variety of fresh foods, prepared dishes, and cuisines from around the world. More than 100 permanent food stalls fill this 2.3 hectare (5.7 acre) open-air market. Browse the stalls for sauerkraut, olives, and cinnamon sticks to snack on, or sit down for a full meal at one of the restaurants in the market. Whether you're craving Israeli, Thai, Italian, or Austrian specialties, you'll find it here. Put Naschmarkt on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Vienna trip itinerary maker.
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  • Lots of stalls selling dried fruits, nuts,olives, mediterranean/asian stuff, spices , cheeses etc interspersed with restaurants. Good for a stroll. Although not a must-see place if having a limited ti...  read more »
  • The Naschmarkt becomes slowly to the tourist haven, hardly more authentic stands, more fair mood in between but also very nice small bars (is also a real Indian: Indian Pavilion), and some cheese shops. Olives are tossed at horrendous prices under the (tourist) people: up to € 30 per kilo.
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  • the market has everything from some clothing and souvenir, through fruits and vegetables, many food... food Arabic, Japanese, sweets... the colors, smells and the tastes of the market make it very special night all the restaurants full of people, to go to dinner or some drinks... not to worry if it is cold that most have blankets!
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  • The Naschmarkt is a great way to spend any afternoon. It has a wonderful selection of cozy restaurants at one end, and an amazing selection of food/vegetable vendors at the other. We bought most of our local produce here, and our visitors enjoy sampling the local cheeses, olives, and other delights. There is also a wonderful loose tea shop in here. On the weekends, the market doubles in size with a flea market that is really quite something to see. Along the edges of the streets are some remarkable art nouveau buildings. The impressive Secession building stands at one end, which is not only beautiful to look at, but houses a striking Klimt mural which covers a whole room.
  • This is not a night market! Anyone who calls it that has made a serious mistranslation. It's a "nach" meaning "next to" market with stalls in four rows next to one another. Lots of amazing food and restaurants, lots of touristy crap you don't want. Spend your cash on the food and avoid the knicknacks. Be aware they close at 5 be or 6pm depending on the day.
  • We like markets whereby you can see, feel, taste the local produces and handcraft foods ........ But this place was a surprise. An unpleasant surprise. Yes its got the market and fresh items and items that look great however a majority of the vendors are obviously use to doing business in their prior lives in the bazaars of warmer countries Unfortunately our feeling - and which was proven - is that they see asian visitors and then proceed to rip them off. We feel sorry for the mainland chinese who have not clue but to those wise enough the words which came out twice was FO. On two occasions items were selected by one of our ground and then as you wander along the counter you choose over items - pickled items and etc - when you've finished the bill price was ridiculous. At one point one vendor tried to charge one of our group around USD 100 for a small selection of stuffed artichokes, variety fetta cheese/olives. When the price was questioned the vendor offered to discount the USD 100 !! the total of these items must have been no more than EURO 20.... absolute joke. The vendor became upset when other members of our group stepped in and being European said for them to stick the pickles Seeing as how austere and sensible Austria is it is a surprise that such nonsense exists. When we spoke to our friends who come from Vienna they had heard of such stories ........ We couldn't recommend NOT VISITING here enough. Perhaps a few bazaar bandits ruin it for the whole but there was more than enough of them to make this an avoid
  • The naschmarket is great for a morning stroll for snacks, food, and even clothese. There is a shop for everything. Lots of dried fruits and nuts on this strip
  • Very nice spot for drinks or small plates. Large food choices..If its sunny and summer you better get early because it gets full quickly!
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