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Vienna: Naschmarkt Food Tasting Tour

1. Vienna: Naschmarkt Food Tasting Tour

Discover the city center of Vienna and enjoy delicacies on a walking tour through the world of culinary treats. Marvel at countless specialties of various tastes and let yourself be enchanted by the colorful diversity. Look forward to tastings at various locations and find out all about food and culinary delights. Learn more about the production of different delicacies or how certain types of food should be stored. Get inspiration from various ideas and look forward to a fun and entertaining tour.

Vienna: Naschmarkt Guided Food Tour

2. Vienna: Naschmarkt Guided Food Tour

On this food tour in Vienna's Naschmarkt, you will explore the most famous market in the city! Your guide will lead you through the market immersing you in a world rich with scents, colors, flavors and of course history.  As you explore the market with your guide learn about various cultures and their preparation and presentation of food. As a tasting market, you will have the opportunity to taste different foods from various stands throughout the market. Try olives from Greece and Spain, cheese from Switzerland, curry from India, pepper from Brazil, salami from Italy, wine from Austria and so much more.

Vienna 4-Hour Food Tour

3. Vienna 4-Hour Food Tour

On this 4-hour walking tour your guide will introduce you to some of Austria’s most delicious foods and wines. The coffee house is a natural place to start the day, and you’ll visit one of the last traditional cafés that’s still in its original state. Next, you’ll stop at a few venues in the surrounding neighborhoods, including the famous Naschmarkt, where you’ll taste a variety of Austrian cheeses and locally produced vinegars. Get an introduction to the culture of Austrian cuisine through the great variety of local and seasonal ingredients on display. The next stop will be at a Würstelstand, giving you the opportunity to enjoy traditional sausages and side dishes. By this point you’re sure to be ready for some wine, and in the surroundings of a historic cellar you’ll taste 3 Austrian wines. Additional stops at a typical bakery and an artisan chocolate shop will follow. Finally, you’ll visit a butcher shop, where you’ll sample Austrian bacon and ham.

Vienna: Food, Coffee, and Market Discovery Tour

4. Vienna: Food, Coffee, and Market Discovery Tour

You begin your Vienna tour on one of the most famous and attractive shopping streets in the city: The Graben. Home of the court jeweller Heldwein, and the famous porcelain factory of Augarten, the area is littered with imperial architecture, opulent coffee shops, and first-rate eateries. It would be rude not to offer you a coffee before getting started properly, so after your brief stroll, you will stop for a quick coffee and a snack. However, this won't be at one of the famous cafes, because only tourists go there. Instead you will head to one of the few cafes that locals still visit — a proper and still functioning Kulturcafe. To Nasch means "to nibble" and that is exactly what you can do at the Naschmarkt, easily one of Europe’s best open-air markets. It is a mile long and showcases over 120 food stalls and some delectable restaurants that are cooking up some of the best food in the city. Here, you will find the most diverse array of fruits, vegetables, and delicacies that are available in Vienna from all over the world.  While the Naschmarkt is a must-see, any local will tell you that they rarely pay it a visit, unless they fancy fighting out with tourists for the vendor’s attention. Instead, every local has their own market that they like to visit. These may not be as big as the Naschmarkt, but they are certainly more lively and less touristy. To that end, you will be whisked away from the Naschmarkt to a real functioning Viennese market. Whether that be the trendy Brunnenmarkt in the 16th district with its cafes and creativity, the lively Viktor–Adler–Markt in the traditionally working class 10th district, or even the peaceful farmers market at Karmeliterplatz in the 2nd district, will depend on the day and the guide. But don’t be afraid to ask for directions to the others: there is never enough time in a day, let alone in a tour to visit everything. Irrelevant of the market, one thing that can be guaranteed is that there will be food. Your guides will introduce you to some Viennese guilty pleasures, sweet and savory, and life on the streets that no guide book would ever mention. Pausing to take in Wurstelstand life offers you the chance to taste Austrian’s favorite dish (hint: it’s not schnitzel), while grabbing a cheeky beer or spritzer (soft drinks are available) that will help you re-hydrate after the buzz of the markets. Along the way you will sink into the famed Viennese coffee culture. Coffeehouses have played a very important role in shaping the culture of the city over the centuries, with the first cup being brewed all the way back in 1683. The Austrian Inventory of Cultural Heritage describes the coffeehouses as places “where time and space are consumed, but only the coffee is found on the bill".

Vienna: Christmas Markets Tour

5. Vienna: Christmas Markets Tour

Meet a local guide to get an insider's perspective of the Christmas markets of Vienna. Take a walking tour through these iconic holiday hotspots and visit 4 favorite locations in the city's alternative districts. Delight your taste buds with heartwarming mulled wine and delicious treats. Explore each market and its stalls to Immerse yourself in the traditions of the holiday season. Drink hot punch boosted by extra rum and enjoy Christmas cookies to munch on along the way. Hear fun stories, see modern and traditional Christmas markets, and wander the streets of hipster districts. Look for Christmas gifts at market stands festooned with homemade items and festive artifacts, and taste some delicious sweets that will get you into the holiday mood.

Traditional Austrian Food with Vienna Old Town Private Tour

6. Traditional Austrian Food with Vienna Old Town Private Tour

Discover the style of cuisine native to Austria and the unique characteristics of Viennese cuisine on a tour that combines sampling delicious dishes with sightseeing in Vienna Old Town. Get your stomach full and see the historical, cultural, and architectural highlights of the capital of Austria. Listen to fascinating historical facts and cultural anecdotes from your private guide throughout the tour. Choose the 2.5-hour tour to visit a popular local restaurant and a patisserie in Vienna Old Town, with remarkable sights such as St Peter’s Church (Peterskirche), St Stephen's Cathedral, and the Plague Column. Taste the best authentic dishes from Austria, such as Tafelspitz - beef boiled in traditional Austrian broth. For dessert, you will try the apple strudel Apfelstrudel or the chocolate cake Sachertorte. Pick the 3.5-hour option and discover more amazing flavors and aromas of Austrian cuisine. Visit 2 restaurants and a patisserie, and try a bigger variety of foods, such as various kinds of Viennese meats, the chicken dish of Cordon Bleu, and a traditional sliced pancake soup - Frittatensuppe. The menu will also include the authentic Wienerschnitzel, and one Austrian beer to make the evening more special. Get a premium experience with the 5-hour option. Visit 4 traditional restaurants (no patisserie) to enjoy a feast of Austrian hot dishes, meat specialties, soups, desserts, and 8 different beers! Get a taste for popular, regional and craft beers brewed in major and microbreweries across Austria. Learn about local customs around food and beer and food pairings. In addition, you will see more amazing sights of Vienna Old Town, such as the Burgtheater, Minoritenkirche, and Rathausplatz.

Vienna: Street Food and Craft Beer Small-Group Tasting Tour

7. Vienna: Street Food and Craft Beer Small-Group Tasting Tour

The meeting point of the tour will be in a more vibrant part of the city, on Kettenbrückengasse at Naschmarkt, one of the oldest markets in Vienna. From there, head to the first stop, where you will have the chance to enjoy the city's most typical snack, a tasty Viennese Schnitzel. Continue the tour to Vienna's hippy neighborhoods and discover the street art passages. Follow your guide to locations which aren't necessarily on the tourist routes. Get a feel for day-to-day Viennese life. The experience will be concluded with a craft beer tasting in the taproom of a local "Beer Paradise" shop.

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What people are saying about Vienna

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 124 reviews

Monika was charming, knowledgeable and a lovely guide through the very extensive Naschmarkt. A beautifully organized tour with lots of tastings -- we made a very good lunch of it. We were so glad that we did not attempt to go on our own. Highly recommend. Our only caveat is that the app is somewhat unwieldy.

Rita was a fantastic tour guide! She was very knowledgeable of the history and she knew the best spots to have a taste of Vienna that were not part of the typical “tourist traps.” I would highly recommend this tour to anyone that would like to see the more traditional and overall best Christmas markets.

Our guide was wonderful. The tour was suppose to end at 2:00. He left us at 3:45. We had an excellent time. The people that we met were so very nice. The only part that wasn’t too popular was the horse meatloaf, but the rest was excellent and plentiful.

Urnella was very prompt and knowledable, always fed us and let us have intelligent fun

We have been to Vienna several times but have been able to discover new corners