Shopping in Vienna (Austria)
Explore the antiques of the Vienna Flea Market
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Flea Market in Vienna (Naschmarkt)
With a visit to the flea markets and Christmas markets, shopping in Vienna allows tourists to unearth some of the finest rarities and antiques but also most of the visitors surely buy some antiques from the market to take them back home. Vienna’s Flea Market in Naschmarkt has already become an institution. Kärntner Strasse, famous high-end shopping street in Vienna, as well as Mariahilfer Strasse are popular among shopaholics.
Both professional dealers, as well as private individuals, can be found here selling their antiques and old pieces. One gets to enjoy a wide selection of high quality and valuable antiques in flea market Vienna. Besides one also gets to enjoy the curious and humorous items available in the market. It is one of the best places in the world for shopaholics and the ones who just love to bargain.
The Naschmarkt Flea Market usually remains active for the months of March to the month of November. For more than 20 years, it has been one of the favorite tourist destinations for buying antiques and arts that are centuries old. More than 400 vendors exhibit their goods and sell them here during Naschmarkt opening hours, from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm every Friday and Saturday. Naschmarkt Market in winter months is a great spot to buy a diverse range of food.
The Art and Antiques Market Am Hof. is one of the most famous places in the Flea Market which provides the tourists and the people with a wide range of antiques like oil paintings, picture frames, manuscripts, books, coins porcelain vessels and toys made up of wood from the past eras.
At the Time Travel Antiques Market, one can find a huge collection of graphics, books, objects of art, postcards, vinyl records, antique embroideries, uniforms from the past, old signatures of advertising, antique jewelry, carpet, small antique furniture, and fittings.
It is also one of the perfect places to hunt down the handicrafts as the Handicraft market on Spittelberg has some of the finest artists who sell their self-made ceramics, toys, jewelry, glassware, wooden decorations, structures and other items of great variety. All the exhibitors selling their items are selected by a jury so that top-notch works of handicrafts are ensured to the ones coming to buy them.
Surely, it is one of the most popular and oldest marketplaces in Vienna offering international and diverse cuisine for food items, ranging from the Asian shrimps to the Italian olives, cheese and spices and other exotic fruits and flavors. Although one gets to have the high-quality antiques from this Flea Market, it never actually makes a hole in the buyer’s pocket.
Due to the unique multicultural atmosphere of the Flea Market in Vienna, a huge number of tourists, enthusiasts and treasure hunters are attracted to the place from all around the world. The Flea market is worth visiting as it is truly colorful and lively with the people from different nationalities and the wide range of nostalgic products sold.
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