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Naschmarkt, Vienna

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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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  • The Naschmarkt is defenitif worth the food to taste a visit. On the market there is a part with food stalls and with clothes and other items, the last part to avoid one, since you can find only the usual stuff. The part with the food should visit you but can free try it many stalls there and meets so food from many different cultures, which is also freshly prepared. For lunch or a snack in between to enjoy highly recommended.
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  • A must see. Mind Hall. A lot of small restaurants with cuisines of all countries. Go there for lunch!
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  • The Naschmarkt is perfect for a little stroll. You get almost all spices. The goods are all very fine. Sure, the dealers are here and there something intrusive, you must not stop Yes. Also, there are nice cafes. It's been fun for us.
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  • Always a good choice! Some of the places have excellent food and are not overpriced! For an afterwork and before going out, very nice mix of food and people!
  • Historical old market of Vienna existing for almost three centuries. Buildings around the market are kept in Jugendstill style. Market itself contains of many tiny little Pavillions which are all listed. Nowadays div. cultural Fast Food stalls, Oriental condiments, Fresh vegetables. Every Saturday fresh Austrian products from marketers who come from around Vienna. Also every Saturday greatest flewmarket of Vienna from Antics to Technology.
  • This is a good street market. Is located in a very handy place in the city. Is easy to walk and not ver big. It has places to have lunch and stands with a good disposal and clean. The food it's a little bit the same in a lot of stands... But worth a visit.
  • Crowded and touristy. But with going there to experience it and grab a quick bite. We ended up sat in a restaurant here and found that overpriced for an average meal. But the market itself, was good.
  • Saturday is a big day with lots of vendors. Keep your valuables nearby as the locals told me that there are a lot of pick pockets. Quite a few little shops for food and stuff makes this a must see in Vienna... go on Saturday for a real cultural experience.