If you think that Vienna is an aristocratic old-style city, you’re definitely wrong! If you want to discover the modern and international soul of the Austrian capital, we suggest to have a look at the coloured and central Naschmarkt. At the end of the XVIII century it was Vienna’s main fruits and vegetables market while nowadays it is one of the coolest meeting places, an alternative touristic destination and a fundamental stop-over if you want to experience an international atmosphere!
E se fra tante delizie vi viene appetito, allora approfittatene: superate le prime bancarelle di frutta e verdura e recatevi al centro del Naschmarkt, dove troverete sempre più locali e ristoranti, chioschi e bar originali, alla moda e internazionali, che hanno contribuito a rendere il mercato sempre più interessante, anche per un pubblico giovane ed urbano. Sono sempre più numerosi infatti, i locali che offrono una connessione Wi-Fi gratuita e che nel fine settimana propongono anche intrattenimento musicale o Dj!
So let’s have a tour and wander among more than 120 stalls if you want to discover a unique sensory pathway: smells, tastes and colours from all over the world will catch your attention! From Monday to Saturday (when you’ll also find the Flohmarkt, the cult flea market), from early morning to late evening, you can buy food from all over the world: from typical Austrian food to Eastern spices, from Greek to Japanese food and much more... If wandering among the stalls has wet your appetite, you’ll find many cafés and typical restaurants in the middle of the market: cool, international stalls where young people and tourists can enjoy the urban, international atmosphere. All these venues propose good food and many of them also offer Wi-Fi connection and live music during the weekend
Ora lasciamo a voi la scelta !
Everybody will be satisfied: if you like bio or organic food Tewa is the place to eat, while if you prefer Oriental tastes, we suggest Neni (Israeli cuisine) or Orient & Occident (Turkish cuisine). Finally, if you love fish, you should try Umar, one of the best fish restaurants of the capital; but if you want to taste Austrian typical dishes and beer, you just have to choose one of the many typical restaurants. We’ve tasted for you wiener schnitzel and frittatensuppe at S. Wiener Naschmarkt Beisl, one of the most typical. So now it’s up to you, let’s taste what you like the most!