The Naschmarkt is a haven for hardcore foodies as well as budget travelers, and just about anyone who likes open-air markets. It’s primarily a food market with vendors selling all types of raw ingredients, and food stalls and restaurants that prepare full meals of a variety of ethnic origins. There is also a flea market component, with handmade goods and other items for sale. While it’s become a popular tourist attraction, the market is unique in Vienna and so locals still come here to get fresh produce, making it both a tourist-friendly and locals’ favorite spot. Peruse the stalls for a while, and then sample what looks good once you’ve worked up an appetite.
St. Charles's Church is a Baroque-style church located on the south side of Karlsplatz in Vienna.... Read more