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“So much food and fruit!”
Review of Vienna Naschmarkt

Vienna Naschmarkt
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Vienna Naschmarket Food Tour
Ranked #115 of 775 things to do in Vienna
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Fee: No
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: A culinary voyage around the world takes not 80 days but minutes in Vienna’s Naschmarkt.
Reviewed July 23, 2013

Food, fruit and more fruit. Wow, there were fruits here that I hadn’t seen before…. Still don’t know what they are really. It’s a very colourful experience and if you’re up for it it could be e very tasty one as well. Lots of stalls with plenty of food to taste
Busy, but nice!

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Reviewed July 21, 2013

Even if you've been to great outdoor markets in the U.S., the Naschmarkt in Vienna deserves a visit -- even if you travel in the colder months (we were there in March). It was one of the most fun things we did in Vienna. The scale of the market is enormous -- several blocks long -- and the range of (mainly) Austrian foods available is amazing, good, and relatively cheap. We especially loved the vast barrels of sauerkraut, the exceptional cheeses, and other foods we decided to try without really knowing what they were (relatively few sellers spoke English, but it was still easy to communicate). And if you've got a refrigerator in your hotel room, the Naschmarkt is a great alternative to spending too much money on mediocre restaurants. Walking to the Naschmarkt from the Ring will also introduce you to another part of Vienna, outside the main tourist area; we especially enjoyed walking in the nearby Mariahilfer district. Between shopping, eating, and walking in the neighborhoods, we easily spent four very enjoyable hours.

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Reviewed July 16, 2013

The food market itself is not that interesting; a lot of stalls with food.
But if you happen to stumble upon this market - enjoy the great Secession/Jugendstil buildings on the one side of the market, stunningly beautiful!
And when you have admired those and spent 20 minutes absorbing the atmosphere of the hectic food stalls - do not eat in this market as this really is a tourist trap being no 1 on Tripadvisor.
Cross the street towards the impressive Secession buildings and find the Chinese restaurant called Zhongxin: The owner is serving the food herself and they have world class dimsum! The adress is: Rechte Wienzeile 29

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Reviewed July 16, 2013

We booked a tour of the market on www.gtour.at. The website is in German but if you email them Gabriele in the office speaks (and writes perfect English), Gabriele who leads the tour was born in Vienna, is married to a Scot has lived in the States amongst other places and speaks fluent English. We spent a great 3 hours wandering through the market, tasting, swopping recipes, guessing what the German/English names were for certain things. The range and quality of products is outstanding. If you have an interest in food and cooking then I cannot recommend this tour too highly
There is no charge to enter the market but there is a charge for the tour

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Reviewed July 15, 2013

Well what is not to like about this wonderful market along the canal area. Every step is a taste bud pleasure. From the wines to the fresh fish, meats, fruits, nuts, produce and so much more. You can sit at many wonderful little cafes along the stroll and sample what you have just seen and you will not be disappointed as you will leave there feeling content. Its like the old laura secord commercial (they always come back for more) and believe me you will if you are in vienna for a few days. You also have a chance to meet many new friends while you are letting your taste buds have fun.

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