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Vienna Naschmarkt, Vienna

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An international food market, Vienna 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 Vienna Naschmarkt on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Vienna trip itinerary maker.
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  • To eat something unusual and food streeet, head to nashmarkt at lunchtime, you can go around the world to taste, dishes, flavors, spices and sweets from around the world. It is closed on Sunday.
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  • Cool place in Vienna-an amazing grocery market, people of the sea, where you can taste and food and good Austrian wine.
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  • Recommend to visit and make cheese and meat or bench with tables, order different dishes and wines, and enjoy eating and socializing)
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  • Fun to stroll through if you're visiting. There's a flea market on Saturday and many of the food places are open all week. The amazing pizza joint isn't open weekends.
  • Tourists definitely should visit here. But for daily shopping, I'd say it's a little bit expensive for most of the items. Nevertheless, sometimes one can find really cool things, such as a very good yeast cake (on Saturday, being soldout quite early) as well cheese.
  • Lovable! One of Vienna's finest stops for drinks and food. Here you can switch from restaurant to open air market experience. If you are in Vienna, don't forget to visit this place. It's usually crowded as well.
  • It is what it is: the best market for spices, meat, vegetables and fruits from other continents as well. Nevertheless, if one wants to do some real shopping, one shouldn't visit the place on Saturdays because of the huge crowd.
  • My most favorite place in Vienna. Great sellers. You can make good deals