• Käseland Vienna (Food, Cheese)
  • Boasting over 200 different kinds of cheeses from 15 different countries, Käseland possesses some pretty serious street cred amongst cheese-lovers. Located within the hustle and bustle of Naschmarkt, the city’s largest market, the sweet and sour smells of cheese hit you as soon as you walk through the door. Käseland has a history stretching right back to the beginnings of the market, before it was a tourist destination, and has held a legendary… More info
    Naschmarkt 172, Vienna, 1040
  • Karmelitermarkt Vienna (Food, Meat & Fish)
  • Tucked alongside of Taborstraße, Karmelitermarkt is the largest outdoor food market of Vienna’s 2nd district. Traditionally a place to pick up fresh produce trucked in from predominantly local farms on the outskirts of Vienna, the market has recently evolved into a culinary hot-spot, as restaurants and cafes continue to pop up in and around the market. If you’re on a tight budget, rest assured that you can still find a good old-fashioned roasted… More info
    Karmelitermarkt, Vienna, 1020
  • Brunnenmarkt Vienna (Food, Bakery)
  • Brunnenmarkt is a year-round outdoor market that runs along the Brunnengasse from Thaliastrasse to Ottakringer Straße, making up a total of six city blocks of market mayhem and earning it the title of Europe's longest street market. Closely packed stalls sell everything from one euro trinkets to whole chickens (4 for 10). One immediately gets the sense that here all prices are negotiable. Beginning around the early 2000’s the lower rents in the… More info
    Brunnengasse 52, Vienna, 1160
  • Rochusmarkt Vienna (Food, Meat & Fish)
  • The history of the Rochusmarkt goes back a long way before becoming today’s market. In the beginning of the 13th century, St. Nicholas Abbey stood in its spot but it burned down during the first Ottoman occupation of Vienna. In 1538 King Ferdinand I gave the land to the city of Vienna to use as a cemetery on its outskirts. Its small cemetery chapel later grew into a large baroque church in 1745. As the city continued to expand during the next… More info
    Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 54, Vienna, 1030
  • Naschmarkt Vienna (Food, Meat & Fish)
  • 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… More info
    Naschmarkt, Wienzeile 1, Vienna, 1040
  • Pöhl am naschmarkt Vienna (Food, Gourmet Shop)
  • This delicatessen is a veteran of the conga line of stalls that comprise Vienna’s most famous market. Born in 1994 from a passion for food, Pöhl am Naschmarkt has been drawing customers to the Naschmarkt even before it was the tourist highway it is today. This is where those with a craving for the delectable encounter like-minded foodies, and a whole lot of rare Austrian and Mediterranean speciality foods to satisfy their cravings; where cheeses… More info
    Naschmarkt Stand 167, Vienna, 1060
  • Opocensky Vienna (Food, Gourmet Shop)
  • Part delicatessen, part restaurant, the Edelgreisslerei Opocensky offers yet another reason to hit up the 4th district to satisfy your culinary cravings. With its trademark spiral staircase, this charming spot on the Favoritenstrasse has earned its status as a local favorite by providing customers with fresh, quality products from Austria and Mediterranean countries. A large selection of organic, seasonal fruits and vegetables is complemented… More info
    Favoritenstrasse 25, Vienna, 1040
  • Meinl am graben Vienna (Food, Meat & Fish)
  • No visit to Vienna would be complete without a stop in this opulent supermarket, known for its trademark coffee brand. Once upon a time, Meinl am Graben served as the elegant flagship location for the Julius Meinl chain of grocery stores. In the late '90s the company decided to close its numerous outlets in Austria and Eastern Europe while expanding its principle store into a singular foodie paradise. The resulting three-story gourmet market… More info
    Graben 19, Vienna, 1010
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