Naschmarkt in Vienna
My Mum's Food And Vintage Hunting Ground Unwrapped
The Naschmarkt in Vienna is a landmark of Vienna history, and our best deli, food and flea market. My Viennese mother hunts there for the best food and vintage things every Saturday. Access our free insider guide to the more than 100 vintage and food stalls, bars and restaurants.
Naschmarkt In Brief
Apart from selling all types of regional Austrian food, the Naschmarkt is also Vienna's window to the Balkan. Turkish butchers sell next to Polish sweet shops and Austrian farmers, while Mediterranean and Asian restaurants and snackbars mingle with Viennese cafés one row further. The upper section, further towards the Wiental, is dedicated to a flea market which takes place every Saturday.
The Naschmarkt dates back to the 16th century, reflecting 500 years of popular Vienna history. Many of its current stalls are from the 1920s.
What To Buy At Naschmarkt
Austrian Food and Regional Produce
Naschmarkt in Vienna. My mother, a passionate cook and street market addict, visits the Naschmarkt in Vienna every Saturday. Here is our shopping guide for travellers. It focuses on the best regional produce and local food brands. Be aware, though, that most of the food sold is more expensive than at an average supermarket.
If you want to try Eastern European food, go for the Turkish lamb sausages, the spices, and baklava and other sweets from the Near East.
Opening times: weekdays (06.00am to 6.30pm); Saturdays (06.00am to 05.00pm)
Naschmarkt in Vienna. Covering the sights and sounds of Naschmarkt in the depth it deserves is best undertaken on-site.
There are experienced local guides walking small groups of maximum 10 travellers through the market's 500 years of history.
You will stop at various stalls to taste new food and flavours: from our good old Viennese gherkins to cheeses, Turkish honey, Balkanese kebabs and exotic spices.
The guides also provide culinary tips on how to use the herbs and spices you'll see.
Naschmarkt In Vienna: Vintage Goods
Naschmarkt in Vienna. My mother loves to make bargains at the flea market every Saturday. The sellers represent a mix of local Viennese and Eastern European traders. Her favourite vintage buys are:
Opening times: Saturdays 06.30am to 06.00pm
Naschmarkt in Vienna. Visiting a restaurant at the Naschmarkt is immensely appetising, with so many fresh food sources around. The number of trendy bars and eateries has exploded in the past years. Here is our little short list:
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