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Vienna Naschmarkt

| Kettenbrückengasse, Vienna 1040, Austria
+43 1 6486258
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“flea market” (144 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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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is an amazing market! Depending on where you are staying, it may be a little off the beaten path, but it is worth visiting! It is close to the Secession House, so if you plan to go there, leave some time for the Market....More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Not what it once was but still has many great food stalls. Although small restaurants and Turkish/Middle Eastern food stalls are plentiful there still remain some truly market stalls for meat, fish and fruits and vegetables. Not a bad place for a snack or a...More

Thank AndyCzi
Reviewed 5 days ago

There are so many tiny restaurants in the Night Market you are spoilt for choice. It is easily accessible - I used the metro - but there are other modes of public transport that take you to the market should you prefer to stay above...More

Thank Sandra H
Reviewed 6 days ago

a market , a restaurant , its everything rolled into one. you mix in the the locals, great restaurants stalls everywhere ! the question is where to stop. everything looks and smell so appetizing. A shame that one is on a trip and can't buy...More

Thank matone820
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a place where tourist should visit. You may stop by after visiting Schoenbrunn palace as it is a stop by train before the palace. There are not only food sell but many restaurants and bars.

Thank vmuthuwan
Reviewed 1 week ago

Get there early, two reasons 1 you can get photographs of the Secession Building, without all the coaches parked in front, 2 you can have breakfast in the Palatschinkenkuch, at start of the market 17.60 euros for 2 of us. then off to watch the...More

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Teh Naschmarkt is a lovely place for a food-oriented stroll or to grab a bite or a drink. We enjoyed the diversity of the offered food and the atmosphere is pleasant. Only thing is that as so much in Vienna, things seem to close rather...More

Thank Rodnet
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A beautiful place in the center of your not offering hundreds of different little shops where you can eat and drink a variety of foods from all over the world so to leave a place where you would enjoy the time we do spend

Thank Roman T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I could have spent a whole day cruising the vendors - three rows over 600 meters long - but only had two hours. It is colorful and redolent of amazing smells. The flea market had over two suitcases full of 'must buys' yet i had...More

Thank woodmac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place for shopping for ingredients contains as well various food stalls and mini restaurants. Best advice try small portions of everything you like and reserve twou hours for slow walk and tasting. On Saturday it gets crowdy around lunchtime

Thank Ivo_Miksa
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icon, yet has very non-Viennese architecture with its
brick structure and cast-iron verandas. The nearby
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several restaurants. In the summer you can sit in its
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AmyLisa90
Is it open on bank holidays/Labour days?
1 May 2017|
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Response from Tbikeland | Reviewed this property |
Monday to Saturday closed Sundays. Food shops open from 6 am to 7 pm except Saturday close at 530 pm. Restaurants open from 9 am and some stay open until midnight. Some holidays schedules may vary.
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bjay3
Are the restaurants in the Naschmarkt open in the evenings for dinner?
10 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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