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Die Besonderheit des Naschmarktes liegt darin, dass neben den auf allen Wiener Märkten angebotenen Saisonwaren auch eine Vielfalt an Spezialitäten nicht nur im Obst- und Gemüsesektor, sondern auch im übrigen Lebensmittelbereich feilgeboten werden.
The Wiener Naschmarkt is a phantastic place of good vibes, fresh food @ reasonable prices, nice cafes and international restaurants. From Tewa to Do-An from Restaurant "Zur Eisenen Zeit" to "Fischviertel". Every saturday you find a fleemarket as well - this is a pulsating place full of life. Open…
Most famous markt in the center of Vienna. You can find fresh fruits and vegetable, various delicacies from different countries, many nice restaurants with local and international cuisine.
invites you to try all kinds of delicious specialties, vienna's most famous market
It is not an actual restaurant but a market where you have tons of different restaurant options from all over the world. Especially recommended with a "Spritzer" (white wine with soda water) on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
Vienna’s best-known market has around 120 market stands and restaurants for a colorful culinary offering ranging from Viennese to Indian, from Vietnamese to Italian. The Naschmarkt has developed into a meeting point for young and old. The Flea Market on Saturday is already a cult event. On the…
On Naschmarkt you find all kinds of fresh produce - it is where Viennese people go to shop for food if they do some special cooking. There are also several restaurants and bars for brunch etc. Close to Kettenbrückengasse there is a flea market on Saturday mornings form 7:00 - 2:00.
Its called Naschmarkt, which means snack market translated, because when you walk through it, you get different snacks from several market stands.
The Vienna Naschmarkt has something for every taste. Great to visit on sunny days. Place to be for the beautiful people ;)
Just couple of minutes of walking would bring you the most essencial and oriantalistic part of Vienna. The essence of spices, live musics of the street performers or marvelous dj performances make your Vienna trip stunning.
“Viennese people go there for shopping. Its a long street full of shops. Start at Westbahnhof and walk down to Museumsquartier. ”
“Here the most extensive collection of paintings is shown, one meets pictures of the great painters like Rembrandt; Raffael; Jan Vermeer van Delft; Dürer; Titian; Tintoretto. Inside, however, the various exhibitions are impressive. Whether it is the antique collection, the painting collection, the oriental collection or the art chamber, there is so much to see”
“Viennas amusement park. Very nice and a lot of fun, there's no entry so you can just walk around. Also there is a lot of nature and beautiful walking routes there. Very near to the flat.”
“The Albertina not only has the largest and most valuable graphical collections in the world, with works such as Dürer’s “Hare” and Klimt's studies of women. Its latest exhibition collection presents masterpieces of the Modern, spanning Monet to Picasso and Baselitz. As the largest Habsburg residential palace, the Albertina dominates the southern tip of the Imperial Palace on one of the last remaining fortress walls in Vienna. Free entry for children and young people under 19 years of age”
“Schönbrunn is the palace where Prince Joseph and Princess Sisi was living, it is highly recommended to visit it, the ticket is a bit expensive, about €34 but it is worthy and you can do it only for one time, otherwise you can opt to visiting only the park around the palace, it is free to enter and on the top of the park you can a get a panoramic view of the Vienna”