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Naschmarkt

Vienna's most delightful food bazaar.

Vienna's largest market has risen in recent years to become a scenester hotspot and a tourist highlight. Even international stars visiting Vienna wander the "vegetables lanes," which once could seldom boast of such glamour. Today the sprawling market settlement on the vaulted Wien River is not only a colorful trading center of spices and foods from around the world but also a multicultural culinary mile with hipness and flair. Some of the finest trendy bars have settled in on the left and right of the Wienzeile. Seats can be scarce, especially at lunchtime and on warm summer evenings. Everything wants to be part of the spectacle, and in this form you can get it perhaps only in Vienna: to see and be seen between vegetable and baklava stands.

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Latest Naschmarkt reviews (29)

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  • incredible place for search any type of food
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  • lots of different fruit and vegetables, herba and spices, cheese and meat. and you can taste and eat a lot there. hungry ? a must do then !
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  • multikulti... aromenreich und wunderbare Atmosphäre...
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  • In recent years the Naschmarkt has turned into a major tourist sight and a real hotspot of the hipster scene. It's a nice and special place indeed -- beside a broad variety of international/oriental deli food (humus, fruits, fish, wine, etc.) you will find several eateries (some are good for breakfast, like the Israeli-influenced Neni). Cool, but – especially on warm summer evenings the place is too crowded. The sighting of some well-known local celebrities counts for something too.
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  • Fun to walk through. Come with an empty stomach and buy food from the stalls.
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  • great place to visit!
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  • schön zum Bummeln und Verweilen, nette Bars, wer Lebensmittel kaufen will: Es gibt tolle Ware, die aber nicht ganz billig ist
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  • If you're a foodie, the Naschmarkt might just be TOO much sensory stimulation. The Naschmarkt is Vienna's artisan food district, made up of dozens and dozens of food kiosks and stands. Fruits, veg, meat, fish, sweets, specialty items... wonderful place to eat on the cheap, as well as score beautiful photos.
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    Delicious food, great restaurants - and the prices are reasonable! Unfortunately it's closed on sundays!
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    Pretty crowded - it's hard to pass by - the flea market is rather a junkyard!
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    This is a place where early birds, night owls and all the others meet - no one can go without the Naschmarkt anymore - it's a must!
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    it was great we're coming back on saturday, we only made it halfway, I can't wait to see the rest, for the tube or the tram, get off at Karlsplatz
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  • amazing
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  • good place
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    It only good on weekends! Except in the season, the Naschmarkt is worth visiting only on weekends. Otherwise it is a very small market, mainly with olive dealers
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    Really a cool place to hang out! Stroll through the market and get loads of different impressions! Great restaurants and bars!
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  • market in vienna
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    The Naschmarkt is a great place, especially on weekends!
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    great place. You will find yourself lost in the different smells and tastes. Be sure to eat breakfast on a Saturday morning and afterwards you can still enjoy the flea market.
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  • nice place
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    Great place for your nose and your eyes - Delicious =)
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  • humus humus humus:)
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  • One of the best places for saturday brunches with great selection of food, music, and drinks. Careful: sunday the naschmarkt is closed.
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  • very cool place
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  • great place hang out in the summer!
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  • awesome!
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  • THE place to be on a Saturday in Vienna! Eating
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  • Very cool!
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  • sooo much fresh yummy food and great place to meet friends for brunch - you should go on a Saturday, that's when most food stands and the flea-market are bustling
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