Naschmarkt stalls
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Naschmarkt is Vienna’s largest and most popular open market place. It dates back from 16th century, when it was referred to as Aschenmarkt, due to milk bottles sold there, made out of wood from an ash tree. Starting from late 18th century, all fruits and vegetables delivered to Vienna by farmers with carts had to be sold at Naschmarkt, which made this market even more popular.

Naschmarkt started as a produce market, where Viennese people will come and buy fresh ingredients for their meals cooked at home, but now it has expanded to many stalls selling readymade food for take away and many restaurants where people can sit, eat, drink and enjoy watching passersby shoppers. And if you still want to make your own food, Naschmarkt is the place to go and buy everything you need.

Quick facts

Name Naschmarkt
Type Public market
Built/opened 16th century
Location Reserlgasse 374, 1060 Wien (this is central part of the market)
How to get there U4 (Kettenbrückengasse stop) or U2 and U4 (Karlsplatz), or walking from Stephansplatz, 15-20 mins.
Ticket Price Free
Opening hours 6 days a week, Mon-Sat, 6:00 AM – 7:30 PM (except on Saturdays – 5:00 PM)
Official website

The offer of food products goes from traditional Austrian food to international cuisine, so you can really enjoy different flavors of your liking. Alongside market strip, which is more than a kilometer long, there are actually three lines of stalls: one is mostly for restaurants, bars and readymade food, and other two are for fresh produce.

Naschmarkt restaurant

The market is very near to city center and it is very popular with locals and tourists alike. It is a long strip, located between Karlsplatz and Kettenbrückengasse, between Linke Wienzeile and Rechte Wienzeile (literally, ‘left’ and ‘right’) to be more precise. It is around the corner from MuseumsQuartier and 15-20-minute walk from Stephansplatz.

The market is open every day from 6 AM until 7:30 PM, except Saturdays, when it closes at 5 PM (similar to many shops in Vienna). It is closed on Sundays, which is bit unusual comparing to other markets around the world. But that is kind of tradition in Vienna that most of shops are closed on Sundays.

Naschmarkt fresh produce stall

On Saturdays, there is a flea market (Flohmarkt) open at the end of Naschmarkt (in the parking area).  This is the main flea market in Vienna, where people are selling antique items, books and comics, vinyl records, old china sets, clothes and various souvenirs and rare items. This is the place to be on Saturday mornings and wander around for couple of hours and then go back to Naschmarkt for coffee or a lunch.

The flea market varies in size throughout the year and in summer it can extend over several blocks in the area. It is open from 6:30 AM until 6:30 PM every Saturday.

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