The Naschmarkt is an old sprawl of stalls, shops, cafes and restaurants in the very heart of Vienna. The market's origins as a fruit and vegetable paradise remains one of its biggest draws for the locals, while numerous other food stalls have gradually entered the scene offering a wide array of cheese, cured meats, local breads and much much more.
Visiting on Saturday is a good idea as the number of stalls peaks and the market extends into the car park, which transforms into a giant flea market with all manner of random items on sale. If you're doing a Vienna city break or a longer trip to this lively destination, be sure to make some time for the Naschmarkt.
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