Touted as a “must-visit” site in every Vienna guidebook, the Naschmarkt is one of the city's most recognizable locations, popular with locals and tourists alike. Open year-round, this outdoor market encompasses multiple fruit and vegetable stands, butchers, fishmongers and, especially since the early 2000s, a thriving restaurant scene. The action stretches for over a kilometer between the Linke and Rechte Wienzeile, from the Wiener Secession to the Kettenbrückengasse stop on the U4. The latter serves as a backdrop to the Naschmarkt's weekly flea market, where animated pedlars of antiques and other memorabilia have been a Saturday morning fixture since 1977. While the Naschmarkt itself is much older, having existed in some form or other since the 18th century, its current layout dates back to the end of the First World War, when the Karlsplatz stalls were permanently taken down. In recent years, a number of long-time vendors have responded ambiguously (and not so ambiguously) to the plethora of restaurant openings, but this fusion of old and new also contributes to the area's appeal. Complimenting its traditional food stands, the Naschmarkt has grown to include various gourmet delicatessens, with spots like Käseland, Pöhle am Naschmarkt, and Herta Gruber leading the way.Show lessRead more

    Naschmarkt, Wienzeile 1 , Vienna

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