Baked goods at Naschmarkt

Try any of the delicious baked options in the Market.

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A vast emporium, created in the 16th Century, which sells Austrian, Turkish and Eastern European delicacies.
Olives & Snacks at Naschmarkt
Colourful olives and other snacks play with your senses as you walk through the Market.
Chapel of Ka-ni-nisut
Discovered in 1913, the chapel of 'Ka-ni-nisut' has once served for the practice of the funerary cult where priests or relatives of the death performed an offering ritual for his benefit. On the walls of the chapel, there were depictions of such rituals and the texts accompanying their performance.
Egyptian Sarcophagi and Coffins
Among the highlights of the Egyptian wing, there are numerous sarcophagi and coffins to discover.
Egyptian objects
Admire the collection of unique daily life objects on the Egyptian wing of the Museum.
Theseus Mosaic
Discovered on the floor of a Roman villa at the Loigerfelder near Salzburg, it portrays scenes from the Theseus legend, set in an ornamental framework.

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Naschmarkt: Austrian Gastronomy
In this three hour walking tour, your expert local guide will introduce you to some of the best Austrian culinary specialities and direct you to the most important cultural sites of Vienna. 

Delicacies of Vienna

Vienna has been voted the best city in the world to live in,  which is in no small part due to the atmospheric coffee houses and distinguished culinary history that thrives in the marketplaces and eateries around town. The Viennese sausage was originally brought from Frankfurt in the 19th century and was refined to give it a distinctive local taste. Aside from sausage, Austria boasts some famous dishes, including schnitzel (tenderized fillet of meat, fried in breadcrumbs) and apple strudel (a delectable apple based dessert).

The Best of the Naschmarkt 

The Naschmarkt is a prime location to try some of these Austrian specialities- boasting a multitude of stalls serving some of the best food in the city. It is a vast emporium, created in the 16th Century and sells Austrian, Turkish and Eastern European delicacies. 

While in the market, be sure to visit a sausage stand, as they are ubiquitous to the city can indeed be found all over town. Sausage is so popular in the city that these stalls have developed their own unique subculture, with some vendors serving the city for years.

Travel Curious Tip: Go on this tour on an empty stomach!

We built this tour because 
any gastronomical experience can feel daunting due to the variety of foods to try, therefore being navigated by a guide is a massive help.


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