Naschmarkt, Vienna, Austria

The history of this market dates to the 17th century, when it was largely a trading outpost for daily products. Today this is the city’s largest fruit and vegetable market, and it has significant allure for visitors in its own right, given the historic architecture, exotic vibe, and endless rows of vendors hawking everything from bread and cheese to seafood and hand-crafted pasta. Highlights include the tremendous bistros that run the gamut from traditional Viennese to Vietnamese, and everything in between.

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