COVID-19 alert: Travel requirements are changing rapidly, including need for pre-travel COVID-19 testing and quarantine on arrival.

Naschmarkt
Holiday Travel Guide

Stroll through Vienna's top food market to understand Austria's love affair with food – and the world's love affair with Vienna.

It all started with milkmaids, selling their wares from ash-wood buckets some 500 years ago. Now the Naschmarkt stretches for almost two kilometres – a throng of people and food, smells and sights, and one the most popular places for tourists to head, hoping to catch a whiff of that elusive Viennese street charm. And there's certainly plenty of charm crammed into the stalls and eateries that have set up shop here.

The Naschmarkt is now a truly global village, where you're as likely to come across Japanese sushi and Lebanese taboulleh as you are a Wiener schnitzel. And the wares on offer have stretched beyond foods and drinks. Many of the stalls have set up WiFi connections, and there are even DJ booths to entertain the crowds in the evening. That means the vibe of Naschmarkt remains as relevant to Vienna today, as it has since farmers first brought their produce here in the 1700s.

That market-fresh Austrian produce is still to hand, of course. Many of the stalls are little fruit-and-veg empires, bursting with tempting colours and scents. You'll also find fishmongers, specialists in local cheeses, and vendors of Austrian meats like Selchfleisch and Leberkäs. Not forgetting, of course, bakers selling those light Vienna rolls, the Kaiser-semmel.

Turks have long had a strong presence on the Naschmarkt, and they offer much more than kebabs. Some of the stalls are now seated restaurants, with a full menu of Turkish delights. They compete with Japanese and Persian restaurants, snack bars and a horde of small cafés. No wonder they call this place “Vienna's stomach”.

On Saturdays the Naschmarkt takes on a different vibe, as a flea market merges with the long-term stalls, and bringing in those curious for curios. It has been held here since 1977, and is bursting with stalls whose byword is diversity. Everything under the Viennese sun – and more – is for sale. Whether it's to wander, to eat, to drink – or just to watch – the many faces of the Naschmarkt definitely deserve a few hours of your attention, while in Vienna.

2234 Cheap Hotels Near Naschmarkt

Hotel Beethoven Wien
Hotel Beethoven Wien
4 out of 5
Papagenogasse 6, Vienna, Vienna
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$171 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.

Located in Innere Stadt, this hotel is steps away from Theater an der Wien and Naschmarkt. Vienna State Opera and Albertina are also within 10 minutes. Resselgasse ...

4.6/5Exceptional! (977 reviews)

"The themed rooms are really interesting and the beautiful lobby with its art books. The staff were really friendly."…"

Reviewed on 20 Dec. 2020

Hotel Beethoven Wien
Hotel Sacher Wien
Hotel Sacher Wien
5 out of 5
Philharmonikerstrasse 4, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$526 per night from 13 Mar. to 14 Mar.

This family-friendly Vienna hotel is located in the historical district, steps away from Kaerntner Strasse, Albertina and Vienna State Opera. Spanish Riding ...

4.8/5Exceptional! (675 reviews)

"The Sacher is just a wonderful place, with tradition, style and all the same modern. It geld always like coming home. The stuft is so nice!"…"

Reviewed on 16 Sep. 2020

Hotel Sacher Wien
Le Méridien Wien
Le Méridien Wien
5 out of 5
Robert-Stolz-Platz 1, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$240 per night from 1 Apr. to 2 Apr.

Located in Innere Stadt, this luxury hotel is steps away from Vienna State Opera and Albertina. Spanish Riding School and Naschmarkt are also within 10 minutes. ...

4.4/5Wonderful! (496 reviews)

"Excellent service and wonderful location. Near the Opera, and museums."…"

Reviewed on 17 Sep. 2020

Le Méridien Wien
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Popular places to visit in Naschmarkt

Naschmarkt

Choose two or more items and save on your trip:

Top Naschmarkt Hotel & Accommodation Deals

Hotel Beethoven Wien
Hotel Beethoven Wien
4 out of 5
Papagenogasse 6, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$171 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.
Hotel Beethoven Wien
Hotel Sacher Wien
Hotel Sacher Wien
5 out of 5
Philharmonikerstrasse 4, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$526 per night from 13 Mar. to 14 Mar.
Hotel Sacher Wien
Le Méridien Wien
Le Méridien Wien
5 out of 5
Robert-Stolz-Platz 1, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$240 per night from 1 Apr. to 2 Apr.
Le Méridien Wien
The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna
The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna
5 out of 5
Schubertring 5-7, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$457 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.
The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna
The Ring Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel
The Ring Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel
5 out of 5
Kaerntner Ring 8, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$281 per night from 12 Mar. to 13 Mar.
The Ring Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel
Das Opernring Hotel
Das Opernring Hotel
4 out of 5
Opernring 11, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$274 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.
Das Opernring Hotel
Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna
Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna
5 out of 5
Kaerntner Ring 16, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$499 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.
Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna
Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna
Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna
5 out of 5
Schottenring 24, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$473 per night from 16 Mar. to 17 Mar.
Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna
Sans Souci Vienna
Sans Souci Vienna
5 out of 5
Burggasse 2, Vienna, Vienna
The price is NZ$462 per night from 31 Mar. to 1 Apr.
Sans Souci Vienna
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.