The Innsbruck Market, also known as the Market Hall (Markthalle Innsbruck), is the central indoor market in the historic center of Innsbruck, which combines traditional farming and craft markets with permanent food departments in one building.
The first farmer's market in Innsbruck is documented in 1460. Then the market was held every Monday in front of the"Golden roof". In 1679, the weekly market was moved to the limit of the street Innrain (Innrain) and was held on Tuesdays and Saturdays in accordance with the new market order with 1791. Since 1880 the market was allowed to spend every day, and it was installed for fruit and vegetables the main part of the street Innrain, where, in the end, and was built today's "Old Market hall".
3 Oct 1960 opened the "new" market hall, built of reinforced concrete and designed by architect Willie Stigler. This hall was to be a continuation of the old market hall and harmoniously blended into the architecture of Innsbruck.
Today's market is a trading place where you can buy traditional fresh farm products, and products over long storage: cheese, dairy products, sausages, meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, herbs, butter, nuts, dried fruits, canned goods, drinks, bread, etc.
In addition to the above market work offices non-food items and a few cafes and bars where you can eat.
In the market tasting session is held monthly craft market.
The market is located on the waterfront of Innsbruck, near the old town, at the address: street the Herzog-Siegmund-Ufer, 1-3 (Herzog-Siegmund-Ufer 1-3).
Market hours Innsbruck: Monday - Friday from 07:00 to 18:30 hours, Saturday from 07:00 to 13:00 p.m. (gastronomy until 22:00 p.m.), Sunday - closed.
Attention! Market hours can vary, please specify the information directly before visiting.
Website market Innsbruck: markthalle-innsbruck.
On the eve of Christmas and New year on the square in front of the market - Marktplatz (Marktplatz) runs a large family Christmas fair, where stalls of food, drinks, Souvenirs, local Handicrafts and, of course, festive paraphernalia. Read more about all Christmas markets in Innsbruck...
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