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Other Markets of Vienna

Of course Vienna has many interesting markets and though the Naschmarkt is by far the most interesting, for shopping and for sightseeing, the other 50 more markets of the city are certainly each having their own charms.  Here is a selection of a few of those markets which are most interesting for a visitor to the city.

Meiselmarkt

This is a large indoor market with many local and international brands. A great place to go when the weather is poor it is to be found at Hütteldorferstraße 81B.

Rochusmarkt

An open air market which has some similarity with the Naschmarkt you can also here find fresh as well as prepared foods to eat or to take away. Find also flowers and potted plants for your living room.  In the 3rd district near the St. Roch Church, it was only recently developed into a food market after having been a trading and flower market for almost a thousand years.
 

File:Karmelitermarkt 05.jpgKarmelitermarkt

Located in a large square this open air food, vegetable, and clothing market has something for everyone. Sit at one of the open tables for a coffee and delicacies, browse the discount clothing stores or get fruits and fresh ingredients for a picnic. Localed in the 2nd district but just a few minutes walk from the old city find it on Krummbaumgasse.  As well as the stalls note also the many artistic bars and eateries in the buildings around the square. map

Brunnenmarkt

File:Brunnenmarkt 05.jpgThis daily market is in an ethnic quarter of the city and you will find here foods relating to the Turkish or Balkan origin of many of the stall holders. From fruits and vegetables to discounted t-shirts it is all here. Don't miss out on the kebabs which are some of the most authentic in the area. And on Saturdays only the nearby Yppenplatz has the best farmers market or Bauernmarkt in the city.  map