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The Flea Market at Naschmarkt

Open only on Saturday this flea market or Flohmarkt in what is normally the car park at the end of Naschmarkt is huge and draws vendors from all over the city and beyond.  Flohmarkt is simply the German word for Flea Market and this one is basically the flea market for Vienna, it is by far the largest and in fact is considered one of the best in Europe.

You can find every possible imaginable thing to buy here, it is well known for : antique weapons, records, china, clothes and of course books.

It's location beside the Naschmarkt with it's food stalls and vendors, together with the surrounding Art Nouveau buildings makes it a particularly attractive destination both for shopping and just as a sightseeing destination.

During the summer when it is busiest the market extends along several city blocks with stalls selling everything imaginable under the sun.


Like any flea market the quality of the goods varies greatly and while amazing discounts can be found not everything is of the highest quality, so buyer beware!

Half of the spaces in the Flohmarkt are reserved for antique dealers from the city, however others can be run by any private individual and multicultural offers are also to be found.

The Flohmarkt Flea Market is open every Saturday from 6:30am in the morning to about 6:30pm in the evening.


See here for more markets in Vienna.


Originally a fresh produce market the Naschmarkt today is a key open dining area. So whether you want to sit, eat, and people-watch, or buy ready-made dishes to take away, or fresh produce to create your own culinary masterpieces this is the place to visit

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