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A world of flavor at the Naschmarkt
The city's most popular market has over a hundred stalls and restaurants providing a carnival of food culture that attracts visitors and locals alike. Fresh produce from far and wide can be found here, as can a variety of take-home Middle Eastern and Asian delicacies and pretty much any spice you could ever want at Kräuterhaus. Turkish home cooking from Orient & Occident and the Israeli flavors of Neni highlight a delicious ensemble of restaurants. Bring cash. Many of the stalls and some restaurants do not take credit cards.
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Naschmarkt, an incredible culinary treat
The Naschmarkt is absolutely one of the things you have to experience during your stay in Vienna! Locals call Vienna’s largest inner-city market the “city’s stomach." The market is a unique place for strolling, admiring, discovering, and sampling. You can buy everything to do with food: fruit and vegetables, meat and fish, bread and cheese. There are a great number of Austrian delicacies on offer, such as flavored vinegar, champagne sauerkraut, and much more. And if you are hungry there is a great choice of restaurants. If you happen to be here on a Saturday, don't forget to stroll through the flea market, which is right next door.
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At the market
One of our very favorite stalls at the Naschmarkt in Vienna. Stop off to sample a wide array of naturally flavored and infused oil and vinegars.
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Dining and Shopping at Naschmarkt
One of the most popular open-air shopping and dining experiences in Vienna, this market is open seven days a week, with a great range of fresh food, and antiques for sale.
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