The Naschmarkt is a market and trading area in Vienna, Austria. The market has long played a role in the city, it is thought to have been first established in the 16th century with milk being sold from stalls. In the late 18th century the market was expanded with fruit and vegetables being sold. Today the market is a thriving part of the city and stretches for almost a mile, many different types of food and other items are now sold on its stalls and many small restaurants run on the market making it popular with tourists.
The best way to get to the market is via the public transport network of Vienna. You can get there on the underground, take the U2 line to ‘Karlsplatz’. You can also take the tram to ‘Kärntner Ring, Oper’ which is reached on the 1, 2, 62, 71 or D trams.
Opening Times and Admission
The market is open weekdays, Monday to Friday 9.30am-6pm. On Saturdays, the market is extended to a Flea Market. The market is easily accessible and there is no entrance fee onto the market. Some market stalls will negotiate on the value of the sale, but some traders can be more reluctant to do so.