Food Markets. In the Belly of the City: Naschmarkt, Vienna
Going to the local market when we visit a foreign city is something we all love to do. Markets attract us for their colours, liveliness, smells, people, sounds and taste. The great diversity of people and products that can be found in a market gives an idea of richness and stimulates our five senses. Through the market we can meet the producers and appreciate the freshly harvested products. We understand what is in season and what the region can offer.
VIENNA - NASCHMARKT
Lying in the culinary heart of Vienna like an island, a little world of treats rises in the midst: the Naschmarkt food market. Here you can find a colorful crowd blended in with the greenest fresh picked turnips and the worlds best vinegars. A throng of buyers and curious onlookers meander through 800 metres of narrow alleys laden with stalls, all consumed by the scent of spices, distracted by the smell of sausage and stunned by the diversity of pumpkins, tubers, foliage and fruit on display. Here everyone can enjoy the finest Austrian white wines and culinary specialities on offer at the different restaurants, confirming the Naschmarkt as Vienna's most trendy belly.
In conjunction with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation´s Capital. Please visit http://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfestival.org for more Information!
When: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 | 7:30pm
Where: Austrian Cultural Forum | 3524 International Court, NW, 20008 Washington DC
Tickets: FREE | Please order Tickets under http://inthebellyofvienna.eventbrite.com