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Vienna Naschmarkt

| Kettenbrückengasse, Vienna 1040, Austria
+43 1 6486258
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A culinary voyage around the world takes not 80 days but minutes in Vienna’s Naschmarkt.
  • Excellent40%
  • Very good36%
  • Average16%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible2%
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“flea market” (147 reviews)
“food market” (49 reviews)
“falafel” (46 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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| Kettenbrückengasse, Vienna 1040, Austria
Margareten
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+43 1 6486258
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1 - 10 of 979 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you love international cuisine, this is a must see open air market in Vienna! Every culture and food grouping is represented here. If you enjoy food, it's a can't miss location. The vendors can be a little aggressive when selling their goods, but that...More

Thank DanandKay
Reviewed yesterday

Two long corridors full of different types of food and drink. Many bars and cafes available to try different types of food, you can also try the foods from the stalls. A very nice experience.

Thank devonroamer
Reviewed 2 days ago

We love visiting food markets and hoped that this one would be on par with others we have seen. It wasn't quite as comprehensive or expansive but there were some things of interest. If you are interested in buying unusual vinegar stop at Gegenbauer.

Thank Travelyn103
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We walked over here late in the afternoon on a Wednesday when we had time to kill before our train. I do wish we could have visited on a Saturday to see the flea market, as most of the regular offerings are weird t-shirts and...More

Thank Shopgrl152
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

When in a new town you shall never miss it's markets. We loved the experience of walking through all that food with so many colours. I recomend having lunch in one of the restaurants available in the Market

Thank Maria G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stayed 2 nights over a weekend and chose a hotel very near Naschmarkt so I could get to the flea market early (open on Saturdays only). The main restaurants and shops are closed on Sundays so it's quiet and don't bother visiting then. Our friends...More

Thank Angelk8
Reviewed 1 week ago

Probably The biggest open air market in Vienna.A cosmopolitic atmosphere . A lot of permanent stores and temporary stands selling fruits and vegetable , second hand market, restaurants and ethnic group food to go, giving the market a colorful appearances. If you will came early...More

Thank Arie M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It has been said that "if you can't find it at the Naschmarkt, then you don't need it." This is close to the truth as the Naschmarkt is extensive (linearly) with many stalls for food, fruits, vegetables, spices, clothing, souvenirs and about everything else you...More

Thank OldEagle48
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Yummie foods, big mess, nice people from all corner of the world. Quality ingredients to buy for cooking. Delicious dairy products, veggies and fruits.

Thank borsoo00
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great place for lunch. Very busy on Saturday. If you like the hustle and bustle of a busy market with plenty of choice from different cuisines, this is the place for you. Colourful, noisy and great fun.

Thank Anjem
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Margareten
This former working class district blends hip eateries
and avant-garde cinema with a time travel into 1950s
Vienna. Feel the district’s pulse at Margaretenhof and
Schlossquadrat. 19th-century Margaretenhof is a local
icon, yet has very non-Viennese architecture with its
brick structure and cast-iron verandas. The nearby
urban Renaissance castle of Schlossquadrat houses
several restaurants. In the summer you can sit in its
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AmyLisa90
Is it open on bank holidays/Labour days?
30 April 2017|
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Response from Peggysue93 | Reviewed this property |
The market and restaurants are mainly opened all day apart from Sunday. I would recommend doing lunch you will probably get a better deal at lunchtime, its nice to see all the stands at the market well presented and unless... More
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bjay3
Are the restaurants in the Naschmarkt open in the evenings for dinner?
9 April 2017|
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Response from Bianca G | Reviewed this property |
White I was there yes, they're open until 10pm. The market itself closed at 8.
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kmkie
Hello - We are deciding when to go to the Naschmarkt - I see that there is a flea market on Saturdays - does this also have handmade goods, like arts and crafts, or is it secondhand goods only?
31 May 2016|
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Response from 23rita | Reviewed this property |
Only read about the flea market so cannot say. What I can say, is that having visited Naschmarkt was a MOST memorable and fun experience. It is absolutely a MUST SEE!!! Enjoy!!
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