10 Best Markets in Vienna: From Food to Flea Markets [with Hours]

10 besten Märkte in Wien

In Vienna, markets of all kinds are held in numerous districts.

There are weekly markets, flea markets, organic markets, organic markets, design markets and much more.

Here is a small selection.

1. Naschmarkt

Naschmarkt in Vienna, Austria

The stalls at Naschmarkt offer their goods Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fruit, vegetables, spices, fish, meat, cheese and delicacies from different countries and regions await you here. Naschmarkt is the most important market in Vienna and is considered a tourist attraction.

Around Naschmarkt there are numerous cafés, restaurants and bars that are open until 11 p.m. As a result, there is also a lot of activity on and around Naschmarkt in the evening hours. You can easily reach Naschmarkt via the underground stations at Kettenbrückengasse or Karslplatz.

2. Rochusmarkt

Rochusmarkt in Vienna in Austria

Formerly a pure flower market, today 40 market stalls at Rochusmarkt offer their culinary specialties Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., from farmhouse bread to antipasti - and of course flowers... Right between the stands you will find a small wine bar. The market is also known as the Augustinermarkt.

If you feel like it, after a stroll through the market, you can stroll in the shopping street next to the market. There are numerous pubs, cafés and bars in the vicinity of the market, which invite you to relax after shopping.

You can easily reach the Rochusmarkt via the Rochusgasse underground station.

3. Brunnenmarkt

Brunnenmarkt in Vienna in Austria

Trading takes place on Vienna's largest market Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The street market is reminiscent of a bazaar and is therefore also called Orient Corner. Especially in the evening, just before the market closes, people haggle here.

It is considered the cheapest market in Vienna and, with 170 stalls, one of the largest permanent street markets in Europe. A wide variety of goods are offered, in addition to east, vegetables, meat, fish and cheese, there are Turkish and Greek specialties, leather goods, souvenirs, designer products and much more.
In the vicinity of Brunnenmarkt there are many restaurants with international mixed cuisine as well as cafés and bars.

You can easily reach Brunnenmarkt via the Brunnengasse underground station.

4. Flohmarkt

Flohmarkt in Vienna in Austria

A flea market is held every Saturday between 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. right next to NaschmarktIn addition to household items and used books and records, antiques and works of art are also offered. Some of the dealers are professional, but many of the providers are also private individuals.

You can eat in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes in the area. You can easily reach Flohmarkt  via the Kettenbrückengasse subway station.

5. Karmelitermarkt

Karmelitermarkt in Vienna in Austria

From Monday to Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the extensive range of offers spreads out before you. In addition to fruit and vegetables, there are also international cheeses, horsemeat and organic products. Many organic products are offered, especially on Saturdays, because then the organic farmers from the area set up their stalls next to the permanent stalls and call for sales.

Numerous cafés, bars and restaurants in the area have a wide range, from Austrian to Thai, to pizza and sushi.

You can easily reach Karmelitermarkt via the Taborstrasse subway station.

6. Freyung

Freyung in Vienna in Austria

Freyung organic farmer's market takes place every Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Freyung market was founded almost 30 years ago and is the oldest purely organic market in Europe. 
Everything that has to do with organic is offered, organic ham, organic mangalitza, organic vegetables, organic fruit, organic spices and game specialties. You can also find wickerwork, wooden toys and ceramics.
Numerous stalls in the market offer their processed products in the form of snacks for immediate consumption.

The organic market on Freyung is a 5-minute walk from the Herrengasse underground station, and you can walk from Schottentor in less than 10 minutes.

7. Antiquitätenmarkt

Antiquitätenmarkt in Vienna in Austira

From March to November, the art and antiques market at the farm opens its stalls every Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. In the middle of Vienna's city center, high-quality art and antique goods from past centuries are offered.

Antique books and writings, coins, old stone and clay vessels, oil paintings, old picture frames and many other rarities delight the hearts of visitors. There are also tin toys, shark teeth and various odds and ends.

The smell of fresh sausages and beer comes from the Lehner's Speck Standl snack bar, which invites you to stop off with its specialties.

The Schwertgasse and Herrengasse underground stations are each a 3-minute walk away.

8. Viktor Adler Markt

Viktor Adler Markt in Vienna in Austria

In the 10th district of Favoriten in Vienna, a market is held every day from 06:00 to 19:30 and on Saturdays until 18:00 on Viktor-Adler-Platz. The market is known for its loud sellers, who are said to be the loudest in Vienna.

A colorful range of goods is presented to you, from meat, poultry and fish to spices, baked goods, cheese, clothing, everyday objects, flowers and oriental products, you will find everything. If you get hungry from the hustle and bustle, you can strengthen yourself in one of the small restaurants that surround the market.

You can reach Viktor Adler Markt via the Reumannplatz or Keplerplatz underground stations with the U1. The market is about a 10-minute walk away inbetween the two stops.

9. Meiselmarkt

Meiselmarkt in Vienna in Austria

Vienna's only market that is completely covered is open from Monday to Friday between 06:00 and 19:30 and on Saturday until 17:00. The market was built into a former water reservoir, which gives it a special flair. In addition to fruit and vegetables, baked goods, meat and fish are also offered. You can also find specialties from south-eastern Europe in this small market.

If you are hungry after shopping, you can go to McDonald's, eat pizza or enjoy regional and international cuisine in one of the smaller restaurants nearby.

A visit to the market can easily be combined with a visit to the shopping center to which it is connected. You can reach Meiselmarkt with the U3 via the Johnstrasse underground station, which is directly opposite.

10. Kutschkermarkt

Kutschkermarkt in Vienna in Austria

A little outside of the city center in Vienna's 18th district, Kutschkermarkt is held every day from 6 am to 9 pm and on Saturdays until 6 pm. On Saturdays there is also a farmer's market with products fresh from the field.

Kutschkermarkt is one of the oldest street markets in Vienna and is known for its numerous food stands, cafés and delicatessen stands. Mainly seasonal products are offered. On the pleasure trail, which takes place twice a year, the market stalls offer delicious little things to eat, which you can try out little by little.

If you want to rest or get hungry, just go to one of the surrounding cafes or restaurants that offer a wide range of dishes.

You can reach Kutschkermarkt via the Währinger Strasse underground station, from which it is about a 10-minute walk away.