My Naschmarkt – a Slow Food tour with Jugendstil flashes

Take a stroll with me over the Naschmarkt and enjoy the colourful scenery, especially the traditional Saturday flea market at Otto Wagners’ art deco metrostation ” Kettenbrückengasse”. Let’s enjoy the atmosphere between the sales stands where the Viennese get their sausages, sauerkraut and Muskatrenetten apple and where France meets the Balkans.

Well start our tour at Otto Wagner´s unique fin de siècle houses – just on the edges of the Naschmarkt – and then take a charming detour to the Freihausviertel with its buzzing streets and shops surrounding the main market. From a specialised store for noodles and brushes to shops for Chinese ink blocks, galleries and pubs everything can be found there. Picking up small gourmet pieces here and there we will make our way to the “Krauthappel” the gold crowned exhibition palace that the Vienna Secession built for its ground breaking new art that shook the establishment.

To ensure high quality the tour is limited up to 10 persons.

tasty tidbits: Price per person: €15.00

Muskatrenetten apple – coffee – poppy croissant – vine and cheese


Visit of the Vienna Secession building with its famous Beethoven Frieze by Gustav Klimt.

Entrance fees:

  • Adults: €9,50
  • Students & seniors: €6,00

Meeting point:

1060, Kettenbrückengasse – in front of the U4- station „Kettenbrückengasse“


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