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If your idea of a perfect outing is haggling down prices as unique flea markets, you have met your match with the Floh Markt near the Naschmarkt and the Kettenbrückengasse. The flea market is set-up with vendors and crafters from all walks of life, some selling quality, authentic wares while others try to convince you their knock-offs are the real deal. The market street is reminiscent of an Eastern European gypsy market which adds to its charm and excitement. From books to antiques to knock-off designer handbags, you can leave here with anything under the sun!
Maja Boutique is a fashionable thrift shop in Vienna. It has a great selection of good quality clothes and accessories for men, women and children. The decor was designed with Feng Shui in mind, so you will find a pleasant atmosphere. The staff is friendly and trained to identify which style and color fits you best. This boutique has an important philosophy: they only accept goods that are proven to not be made by child labor. This store has clothing from all the leading worldwide brands as well as sports equipment and even toys.
Dating back to as early as 1774, the huge food market Naschmarkt always draws enormous crowds and has a lively atmosphere. Built on a long esplanade over the river, it is a wonderful place to stroll and buy a wide range of international food items. Prime quality meats, fish and produce stalls line the area where the citizen's buy expensive food. Mixed in with these gourmet ingredients are many juice bars and the city's most famous sauerkraut stall. The market scene also offers Chinese and Indian cuisine supplies. This section's icon is Zur Eisernen Zeit, a stylish bar which attracts steady footfalls.