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02, Karmelitermarkt · interesting places nearby
A market with a long tradition, the Karmelitermarkt reflects the ethnic diversity of its neighbourhood; you’re sure to see Hasidic Jews on bikes shopping for kosher goods here. Set in a square with architecturally picturesque surrounds, the market is quiet during weekdays but has a good range of authentic ethnic places to eat.
Fruit and vegetable stalls share the marketplace with butchers selling kosher and halal meats. On Saturday the square features a Bauernmarkt.