souvenir in Vienna

No vacation in Austria is complete without you visiting a flea market in Vienna to spend that extra cash that one must have carried along the trip. These flea markets in Vienna are nothing less than a treasure hunt. From junk to jewellery, you find everything at these places. This is one place every traveller would want to visit either to buy souvenirs to their loved ones back at home or to get a special memento to remind them about the time that he/she must have spent in that particular city. All you need to have is time and a little bit of patience to get your desired products at the best prices. Vienna is a no different city and doesn’t disappoint its guests. Kettenbrückengasse flea market at Naschmarkt, Timetravel Antikmarkt, Booksunday, Flea market Wienerberg, Mondschein Bazar, and Riesenflohmarkt are few of the most popular flea markets where you can try your luck. Each flea market offers a unique experience to its visitors. Riesenflohmarkt & Naschmarkt are the most sought after flea markets in Vienna.

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Naschmarkt

This place is best visited during the early hours of the day or to say before the sun rises. The stalls here open as early as 4 am in the morning and tend to serve till mid-afternoon on every Friday & Saturday.  This market is very popular among tourists for a variety of antique materials that you get and also for the local delicacies. You can choose from more than 400 mouth-watering dishes. Don’t forget to take the front seats next to the canal to witness one of the best sunrises in your life

fruit stall in Naschmarkt
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Riesenflohmarkt

To visit this flea market in Vienna, you will have to really get into the heart of the city and in fact, you will feel like you are actually witnessing the authentic culture of Vienna. This is lot unorganized and cluttered when compared to Naschmarkt. This flea market operates only on Sundays between 8 am and 1 pm

Decorative lamps in the flea market
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Mondschein Bazar

Though this night flea market started in 2013, it has become really popular especially among the youth because it only operates with the motto of Good Food – Good Music – Good People”. It is open only on Saturdays from 5 pm to 11 pm.

You will find both professional stores or also individuals who sell antiques and artefacts at these flea markets. In fact, you name a product, and you will find it in these flea markets. It’s just you will have to put your bargaining skills out for display and yeah do ensure that you don’t end buying the first copies.

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Vijay

A travel enthusiast with amateur writing skills.