Located alongside the river on the edge of old town, Markthalle is a warm, inviting indoor market and just the kind of place I love to spend my time. I was only in Innsbruck for a week and was mostly eating out, exploring Christmas markets, and not really cooking much. But I still managed to make it to the market for looseleaf tea and some honey.
If you’re a foodie headed to Innsbruck, it’s well worth a stop.
What you’ll find: produce, honey, nuts, cheeses, meats, spreads, dried fruits, yogurt, eggs, pasta, spices, teas, and a little restaurant.
To get there: Here’s their website. You’ll find address, hours, and any other info you might need there.
When to go: Daily in the mornings or early afternoons with the exception of Sunday (closed Sundays).
Language: German is the official language, but everyone we spoke with also spoke English.
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All photos taken with my Sony a6000.