Not long until Easter is around the corner again. And how could you possibly better ring in the long-awaited beginning of spring than with colourful eggs, blooming branches, mouth watering delicacies and live music? Therefore, we will introduce the most beautiful Easter markets in Vienna to you in the following:
Those of you who would like to enjoy the vernal activities in front of the breathtaking baroque setting of the Schönbrunn palace, are in good hands here. The romantic Easter market offers about 60 exhibitors from Austria and the neighbour countries the possibility to peddle their high-quality assortment. In the lovingly decorated booths, you will find culinary delicacies, eggs in all possible variations, wood carvings, jewelry, glass art, ceramics, Easter decorations as well as useful things for house and garden. The versatile framework programme with live music has also much to offer for children. In the Easter workshop, the little ones can shape Easter bunnies of marzipan or create arrangements of blooming branches and catkins. Moreover, the kids are challenged at the Easter rallye with exciting riddles and games.
Fans of art are drawn to the paschal decorated Calvary mountain at the end of March. Because here, they cannot not only expect delicately made artistic craftwork, live music, performances and lectures on stage, but in addition to that creative hands-on workshops, also for children.
In the midst of affectionately restored historical buildings of the most different epochs, you will find the Easter market am Hof. Traditional booths await with down-home food, decorations, artistic craftwork and elegant kitsch. From apfelstrudel via baumkuchen through to Tyrolean bacon, from etchings and Easter figures via lavender through to soap and candles, everything can be found here.
Since 1990 the old Viennese Easter market on the historical market place Freyung, known for Europe’s largest egg mountain in its middle, takes place annually. Moreover, it stands out due to its colourful children’s programme with a puppet theatre, handicrafts workshops and a rabbit hutch. Furthemore you can enjoy traditional Easter cuisine from the rural areas around Vienna here.