Naschmarkt Vienna Reviews
Famous market for delicious food Apr 23, 2011
The Naschmarkt is Vienna´s most popular market located at Wienzeile. The market is next to the subway station U4/Kettenbrückengasse or U4/Karlsplatz.
The market exists since the 16th century start with selling milk bottles. Since 1793 the fruits and vegetables which were brought to Vienna by carts had to be sold there.
Now you can buy still fresh fruit and vegetables from around the globe but also exotic herbs, cheese, baked goods such as bread, kaiser rolls, and torte, meats, and seafood.
For tourists I can recommend the small restaurants which offer the finest international cuisine but also delicious traditional viennese food such as Kaiserschmarrn or Palatschinken (some kind of crepes). The restaurants are an ideal place where you can watch the lively market bustle of the Naschmarkt. There are also stalls which offer clothes and accessories, which are nothing special, mostly the same typical fakes than everywhere.
A flea-market takes places every Saturday near to the Naschmarkt.
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