Otto Wagner Buildings
A problem zone due to flooding, the Wien River needed regulating in the late 19th century. At the same time, Otto Wagner had visions of...
Third Man Private Collection
The hours of this private museum may be limited, but fans of the quintessential film about Vienna from 1948 (voted best British film of...
Café Savoy is an established gay haunt that has a more traditional cafe feel to it. The clientele is generally very mixed on a Saturday...
Corns n' Pops
This little cafe is a fine pick for a wholesome bite on the hoof. Besides having a great DIY muesli bar, they rustle up tasty bagels,...
Kettenbrückengasse · interesting places nearby
One of the best flea markets in Europe, this Vienna institution should not be missed. It’s tacked onto the southwestern end of the Naschmarkt on Saturdays, and half of Vienna seems to converge here, either flogging or pawing through tonnes of antiques, Altwaren (old wares) and just plain junk. It stretches for several blocks of stands hawking books, clothes, records, ancient electrical goods, old postcards, ornaments, carpets…you name it. It’s very atmospheric – more like the markets of Eastern Europe – with goods piled up in apparent chaos on the walkway. Try to get there early, as it gets more and more crammed as the morning wears on. Stallholders know the value of their goods (and the fact that this is a tourist attraction), so they’ll quote high. Haggle!