If traveling is a way to get to know people all over the world, then it is the most convenient way to go to the market if you want to know the life of the local people. We spent several days in Vienna visiting Hofburg, Princess Cissie's Meiquan Palace, and watching a concert at the National Opera House. All of them were walking in luxury palaces. It was unavoidable that they were somewhat aesthetically tired. So I arranged a noon time to go to Naxu Market, where I wanted to settle my lunch. Who knows, this market is very big, selling all kinds of local food, such as cheese, vegetables, fruits, all kinds of wine, vinegar, toast and so on, which have never been seen in China. There are a lot of restaurants and snack stands. I spent 3 or 4 hours shopping here and bought many accompanying gifts, such as local cheese, special toast, Vienna hand-made sausage and so on. Shopping in the market compares with Lower Riba people, but it is really a very grounded way of travel, like a Viennese, here spent half a day of market life.
Naschen means "eat sweets" in German. Naschmarkt began in 1775 as a dairy market and gradually developed into today's comprehensive market, selling fresh fruits and vegetables, olives, cheese and meat products in various ways, as well as dried fruits and sweets. Where there are business opportunities, there are Chinese. Near Naschmarkt, Vienna's Chinese restaurants are also the most concentrated. Of course, there is no lack of Turkish pancakes mixed with them, but from the nose to the mouth, the feeling is not as good as Berlin. In addition to traditional farm and sideline products, breakfast restaurants and coffee shops, there is a good second-hand market on Saturday morning. There are some obscure things that the vendors pay for inexplicably high prices, but you can also bring back satisfactory things with satisfactory prices, which is the phrase - "patience + luck.
Flea markets, every Saturday, are crowded. It sells everything, old clothes, paintings, tableware, watches, books, records, ornaments, etc. If you like it, you can't finish shopping in the morning. We passed there on Friday afternoon, cold and quiet. There was no one but a group of pigeons looking for food on the ground. There were so many people popping up on Saturday morning that they were shocked. It's fun to hang out.
It's too close to where I live. There's a lot to eat.
The city''s most famous big market, was founded in 1775, is the earliest dairy products market, has now developed into a comprehensive open-air market. People can buy fruits, vegetables, seafood from morning till night, all kinds of pickled food, cheese, dried fruit and sweets. There are many restaurants from many countries. Here are all very busy every day, especially the flea market every Saturday, even if you don''t buy anything, colorful crowd is worth a look. Markets offer the many Chinese supermarkets, shops and restaurants, is Vienna "Chinatown"
Naschmarkt is Vienna's largest comprehensive open-air market, from vegetables, fruits, seafood to all kinds of dried fruits, spices, cheese, condiments and so on, can meet your shopping needs. In addition to fresh food, there are many restaurants from all over the world in Naxu market. If you are tired of European western food, Indian food, Chinese food, Thai food, Turkish barbecue and Japanese sushi restaurants are all available here.
From the Meiquan Palace Zoo, you can take U4 to Kettenbr & #252; ckengasse station directly at the Hietzing station of the subway. It's just on the way back to the city centre. You can also walk all the way to supplement energy. There are many local sausages, cheese, desserts, vegetables, fruits, and ethnic clothing, which are very lively.
Flea markets, every Saturday, are crowded. They sell everything, old clothes, paintings, tableware, watches, books, records and decorations.