If you talk about markets in Vienna, then most people will introduce you to the Naschmarkt Market. That’s fair enough! But there is also a very nice market in the 16th district of Vienna: the Brunnenmarkt and the adjacent Yppenmarkt. The Brunnenmarkt can be deemed a Viennese tradition and people with different migrant backgrounds meet up at this market. That is the reason why you will not only be able to enjoy an amazing coffee or buy tasty food at the Brunnenmarkt but also experience a multicultural atmosphere.
Multicultural atmosphere at the Brunnenmarkt
We highly recommend our guests in our central hotel in Vienna to visit the Brunnenmarkt in order to experience a multicultural atmosphere in Vienna. Due to the mediterranean atmosphere, many people from Vienna experience a holiday atmosphere at the Brunnenmarkt. Lots of stands with a great influence from the Balkan countries, but also turkish restaurants and stands are prominent at the Brunnenmarkt and the adjacent Yppenplatz in Vienna. From fresh fish and tasty vegetables to exotic spices: At the Brunnenmarkt you will find a great selection of local and international food!
A creative and central quarter in Vienna
Lots of artists have settled in the area close to the Brunnenmarkt, which makes this quarter one of the most creative and lively spots in Vienna. The adjacent 7th and 8th district also offer this creative atmosphere. That is the reason why many creative and fancy restaurants are located at the Brunnenmarkt and Yppenmarkt in Vienna. The Restaurant Kent offers tasty Turkish specialities, while the Restaurant Rasouli serves creative local and international dishes. Whoever feels like checking out local specialities should check out Yppenplatz 4 and Staud’s Pavillion. Yppenplatz 4 is the restaurant belonging to the Ottakringer Brewery and offers innovative craft beer as well as sausages. Staud’s Pavillion offers tasty marmalades by Hans Staud.
The Brunnenmarkt during summer time
You will be able to enjoy the best atmosphere on the Brunnenmarkt during summer time. Summer is the peak season of the Brunnenmarkt. There is probably nothing more relaxing than drinking a coffee in one of the many Cafés on the Yppenplatz. Furthermore, you should definitely grasp the opportunity and enjoy a brunch in one of the various Cafés and restaurants on the weekend!
Boutiquehotel Stadthalle – Your central hotel close to the Yppenplatz
The Boutiquehotel Stadthalle in Vienna is located centrally. That is the reason why it is also pretty close to the Brunnenmarkt. Only two metro stops separate the Brunnenmarkt from our guests in our central hotel in Vienna. Just make sure to take the U6 towards Floridsdorf at “Burggasse-Stadthalle” and leave two stops later at “Josefstädter Straße”. If you feel like walking, it will take you around 15 minutes to reach the Brunnenmarkt from our central hotel in Vienna on foot.
We wish you a great stay in Vienna and are happy to welcome you at Boutiquehotel Stadthalle!