Timings : 6 AM to 7.30 PM
Time Required : 45 minutes – 1 hour
Entry Fee : Free of Charge
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This local flea market, popularly called Naschmarkt, has become one of Vienna’s most popular tourist destinations. With over 120 market stands and restaurants the culinary offerings of this colourful market range from Viennese to Indian and from Vitenamese to Italien. The market has of late begun offering free wifi services, thus attracting a large number of food bloggers and young culinary enthusiasts.
Naschmarkt has been a popular marketplace since the late 16th century when traders from all over the world would bring their goods here to sell. From being a stronghold for selling milk bottles, Naschmarket has transformed into a bustling multi-purpose market. It aims at fulfilling the needs of all kinds of buyers, be it local grocery shoppers or foreign souvenir hunters, Naschmarkt has something to offer for all.
The Naschmarkt is also famous amongst foreigners not only for being a popular market place but also for hosting a multicultural population at once. As Naschmarkt offers not only Viennese cuisine but also varied ethnic cuisine borrowed from the immigrants, it supplies ample opportunities for cultural assimilation. It has also transformed into a famous people-watching sight: hoards of people, belonging to different cultures and ethnicities, come together, mingle and partake in such a simple task as shopping with utmost cheer.
Timings: 6.30 AM to 2:00 PM
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