Markets in Vienna

 

Visiting Vienna, we can't forget about its local charm in numerous colorful markets. Not only is history hidden in Vienna's monuments, old buildings and museums but also in these lively places where is hardly anything that you cannot get on them. Salers offers almost everything: fruit, vegetables and flowers, seafood and various kinds of meat, caviar or cheese. Being there, walking between stalls, looking at the diversity of food and other goods, you can feel all the beauty of life. Vienna's markets are in season throughout the year. Although the city council put some innovations into these markets such as electricity supply and rubbish storage, you can still easily experience the past.
The Naschmarkt – one of the most popular and interesting open-air markets offers both local and exotic food. The market is located in the 6th District outside the Ring on top of the Wien River between Kettenbrückengasse and Karlsplatz. There are also small bistros where you can seat and rest over tea or coffee looking at the other people. The Naschmarkt is open Monday – Saturday from 6am to 5pm and Flea market – every Saturday. We recommend you visiting this place mornings when you will have a chance to absorb the market's sights and flavours.
The another local market which is a must-see it is the Karmelitermarkt. It is located in the Second Districts, a few minutes from the Old Town. The Karmeliitermarkt has worked since the 18th century. Today, the market has its renaissance. More and more bars, restaurants, galerries are founded and make this place more popular and interesting. Visiting this place you will experience authentic ethnic food and products.
The Brunnenmarkt is one of the most popular Vienna's markets located in the 16th District and offering a mixture of European and Turkish flair and flavour. That is the Bohemian place where artists meet and where you can experience a taste of an oriental bazaar. The Brunnenamrkt is open Monday- Saturday. The best time for visiting is the late afternoon when vendors want to sell their goods and offer bargains.

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