Vienna Naschmarkt

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Vienna Naschmarkt
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A culinary voyage around the world takes not 80 days but minutes in Vienna’s Naschmarkt.
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Neighborhood: Margareten
This former working class district blends hip eateries and avant-garde cinema with a time travel into 1950s Vienna. Feel the district’s pulse at Margaretenhof and Schlossquadrat. 19th-century Margaretenhof is a local icon, yet has very non-Viennese architecture with its brick structure and cast-iron verandas. The nearby urban Renaissance castle of Schlossquadrat houses several restaurants. In the summer you can sit in its romantic shady courtyard over Schnitzel and Kracherl (traditional fizzy syrup). Siebenbrunnenplatz and its surrounding shops and grocery stores have remained virtually unchanged in the past 60 years: taking a walk there is like stepping into a 1950s film set. Speaking of movies, head to avant-garde cinema Filmcasino in the evening. It often stages foreign language cult films.
How to get there
  • Kettenbrückengasse • 2 min walk
  • Pilgramgasse • 7 min walk
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Alexandros T
Trikala, Greece55 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
It's a simple local market ,not something special. The prices are higher than the center of the city in the most products.If you need cheese and other products from around the world (exotic fruits, chaloumi,tzatziki,etc) it's worth a visit.
Written January 28, 2020
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Dean B
Sileby, UK26 contributions
Jul 2020
We were eager to visit the market when we booked to visit Vienna, but the experience did not reflect the hype.

The market is a tourist trap with overpriced food and drink, and no soul.

The market is busy, bustling, with lots of bright colourful foods and items to buy, lots of restaurants and bars to choose from, but seems to be trading on reputation mainly.

I would not recommend this market for vegetarian / vegan diners as we looked long and hard and did not find much which was suitable.
Written August 18, 2020
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Mike F
Dublin, Ireland286 contributions
Feb 2020
Nice market to see. Nothing in comparison to the markets in Spain or Italy but still interesting to wander. We did not eat here but we did stop off in a wine bar. Just a forewarning, avoid a wine bar called Weineck Winothek. They sold us a bottle of wine and then screwed us with a €10 cheeseboard which they said originally was included. We had asked twice before we agreed if the cheeseboard was included and they said yes. Then when the bill came they had the cheeseboard and also c=a charge for bread. We did confront them on this but they said it was mis translation. Their actions was deliberate and I am sure they do this regularly to tourists. Horrible experience and left a very sour taste. Very bad reflection on Vienna.
Written March 5, 2020
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alohamazon
3 contributions
Oct 2019
My friends and I walked the length of the market. We were fascinated by the colors and aroma and diverse products. BUT, as my companion was filming her travel vlog, a merchant started yelling at me because I was taking pictures of all the items displayed. He said "you buy something?", I said "no just looking"...he then yelled at me to leave so he could help people who wanted to purchase. Because my companions and I were the only ones in front of that stall, that statement was curious. Because it was captured on film, it became apparent to us that it was racially motivated. Since my companions and I are in the travel industry and have been to many countries, we know all too well that there are prejudices no matter where you travel. Yet, that was the most blatant. That vendor was not a Viennese, he was middle-eastern like most of the vendors at that market. I am of mixed ethnicity but most people would see me as Asian. BEWARE where ever you travel. How you appear WILL determine how you are treated.
Written September 21, 2020
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Pete F
Portsmouth, UK132 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
If you’re idea of a good time is to rummage around a load of old house clearance items which tend to be stupidly overpriced, then come to this “ flea market” , or more accurately described as a car boot sale.
The food market was just a number of stalls , all offering the same produce every 5 mins.
Portobello road, this is not.
Written January 20, 2020
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MareTravels24
Vienna, Austria44 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Still worth a visit, Naschmarkt is no longer what it used to be, a real market. Instead, some ugly souvenir shops and dried fruit stalls are sprouting... you ask yourself, who needs this stuff or... ist this a Paravent for some shady business? Whatever it is, there are still some nice stalls, like the the Viennese sarma kraut and gherkins guy’s stall, some falafel and kebab ones etc. Eating on Naschmarkt is a must - there are also plenty of restaurants.
Written February 11, 2020
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Merrybridge
130 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
Walked through a bit of the Naschmarkt on our first afternoon in Vienna as it was very close to our hotel. Stall after stall of cheap rubbish and Middle Eastern food. Tourist trap restaurants and bars with waiters constantly trying to get you in. Felt like a touristy area of Turkey/Spain etc. Spent about 15 mins walking through which was enough. We love Austria and have been several times so this was not for us as there is absolutely nothing Austrian about it. Apart from beer/wine we didn’t see any evidence of Austrian products. Didn’t have a nice atmosphere either compared to anywhere else in the city. Don’t waste your time visiting here as there are so many other beautiful places to visit in the city.
Written June 15, 2022
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Jeekha
Dysina, Czech Republic31 contributions
Jul 2020
The market is flooded with scammers. They will try to take advantage of you being a tourist and will sell you more, than you ask fo. Then they pretend, that they don't know any english, even though, they just talked to you in fluent english seconds ago!
Written July 15, 2020
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Brian T
649 contributions
Dec 2021 • Solo
There is over 100 vendor stalls and restaurants at this market. Some of the vendor stalls (products for sale) are repeated throughout the market. It was interesting to see the various products for sale. At one end of the market is a flea market.
Written January 9, 2022
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JWBond
Kaufering, Germany263 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
1st of all: bring cash money! You can't pay by card everywhere!

We spent more then one hour there to go around and see all the different spices, sweets, ...
It's a great opportunity to discover new incredients and food.
Also you can choose one of the many restaurants there - the food served looked delicious (we'd been too full to try them).

Don't buy at the first option and then decide based on your heart (or impression).
Written August 9, 2021
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