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Naschmarkt

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Naschmarkt is the most famous market in Vienna, where you can find a variety of food stalls, restaurants, and shops. It has been operating since the 16th century and offers a diverse culinary experience, from Viennese to Indian, from Vietnamese to Italian. Naschmarkt is also a popular meeting place for young and old, especially on Saturdays, when a flea market takes place.

If you want to visit Naschmarkt, you need to buy a ticket that costs 2 euros per person. The ticket is valid for one day and gives you access to all the stalls and restaurants. You can buy the ticket at the entrance of the market or online at www.naschmarkt-vienna.com/tickets.

The market is open from Monday to Friday from 6:00 am to 6:30 pm and on Saturdays from 6:00 am to 2:00 pm. It is closed on Sundays and public holidays. The best way to get to Naschmarkt is by metro. You can take the U4 line and get off at Kettenbrückengasse station, which is right next to the market. Alternatively, you can take the bus 59A and get off at Verkehrsbüro stop, which is a few minutes’ walk from the market.

Some tips and tours for visiting Naschmarkt are:

  • Take your time to explore the different stalls and try some samples of cheese, bread, fruits, vegetables, spices, and sweets. You can also buy some souvenirs or gifts for your friends and family.
  • Enjoy a meal or a snack at one of the many restaurants in the market. You can find cuisines from all over the world, such as Greek, Turkish, Israeli, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and more. Some of the most popular restaurants are Do-An, Neni, Tewa, Umar, and Eisernen Zeit.
  • Join a guided tour of the market and learn more about its history, culture, and products. You can book a tour online at www.naschmarkt-vienna.com/tours or at the information point in the market. The tours last about 90 minutes and cost 15 euros per person.
  • Visit some of the nearby attractions, such as the Church of St. Charles Borromeo, the Vienna State Opera, the Museum of Art History, the Albertina Museum, and the Wien Museum.

Some prohibitions for visiting Naschmarkt are:

  • Do not litter or leave any waste behind. Use the bins provided in the market or take your rubbish with you.
  • Do not smoke or drink alcohol in the market. Smoking and drinking are only allowed in designated areas or in some restaurants.
  • Do not bring any pets or animals to the market. Pets are not allowed in the market for hygiene and safety reasons.
  • Do not disturb or harass any of the stall owners or customers. Be respectful and polite when interacting with them.

Some of the things to see in Naschmarkt are:

  • The colorful and diverse displays of food and products from different countries and regions.
  • The architectural styles of the stalls and buildings in the market, which reflect different periods and influences.
  • The artistic and cultural events that take place in the market, such as concerts, exhibitions, workshops, and festivals.

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