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The tour in Vienna (4) 维也纳之旅(四)

Naschmarkt 纳旭市场

sunny 14 °C

Today was the last day in Vienna. This morning, I went to China embassy to add my married name in my passport. Everything was very smooth, and I was told that I could get my passport back at 2pm. Super!


So before 2pm, we went to the Naschmarkt to take lunch. The Naschmarkt is Vienna's most popular market, and it has existed since the 16th century. Acutually last year, we had already been there, but this time we came back again, because my honey missed the palatschinken in the Naschmarkt so much, hehe!



This was the palatschinken which I ordered...



...and this one was my honey's.



Start eating...



... yummy yummy!



After lunch, we went shopping. I found the goods in the Naschmark Asian shop was much more cheaper than the ones in Linz. Besides, people also could buy the fresh vegetables, fruits, seafood, meats and so on in the Naschmarkt, they were much more cheaper than in the supermarket.



There were many small restaurants in the Naschmark, including the food from Austria, China, Japan, Turkey and so on. As it was one of the first warm days after winter, many people liked eating outside.



After shopping, it was the time for us to China embassy. I got my passport back immediately, and then we drove back home directly.


Posted by R and K 13:27 Archived in Austria Tagged tourist_sites

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