Market lovers and fans of jewelry and jewelry come to me! You may already know that you do not have to wait for Christmas to free your desire to decorate, but not everyone knows, because there are Christmas markets, you can also come across Easter markets around the world . This is happening in Vienna where the Austrians – you know – have weaknesses in decorating and handmade items used to decorate the house at various times and holidays of the year.
Easter markets in Vienna and hand-decorated eggs  Last year, during our easter vacation in beautiful Vienna, while walking around the city, we had the chance to meet some of the Viennese Easter markets . Of all the items sold, the most beautiful, especially hand-decorated eggs were .
Hand-decorated eggs I first saw in Salzburg a few years ago: I was in town with my Easter family (but also on Christmas) and I remember remembering the shops full of thousands of colors and shades of this kind; this trade is still there and if you are interested in visiting us call "Christmas in Salzburg" and is located in the historic center of the city.
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These are the right eggs that were emptied of their contents, sterilized and hand painted, with the shorter arches at which it was . They allow you to hang them comfortably on the easter trees or around the house. They are extremely fragile and very expensive, but they are so beautiful that it is hard to resist the temptation to buy some souvenirs!
Here are decorated eggs of the queen of goods that are shown on the eastern markets in Vienna, but apparently not in the houses they are just them and you can find many other crafts and art items, from jewelery to wooden toys, from frogs to gourmet souvenirs.
But for those who are in Vienna for Easter, where you can find those Pasquali markets
I'll tell you right away
Easter market in the palace of Schönbrunn
The largest forested market in Vienna is definitely set in the Schönbrunn Palace. Outside the front door, a large yard located in front of the building is partially set up with twenty wooden houses in which, beside the easter decorations and souvenirs, there are stalls offering hot chocolate, deafwine and beer. The smell of roast breasts and generally meat meat remains in the exhibition space.
Access to the Easter Market Schönbrunn Palace is completely free Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed (fortunately we did not bring Lol with us that time!). If you want to take advantage of the opportunity to visit the royal palace of the Habsburgs, which was also the home of Princess Sissi, you can book your experience here.
How to get to the Easter Palace of the Schönbrunn Palace
It's easy to get off the U4 metro (green) towards Hütteldorf and head to Schönbrunn Station, where you have to walk a short stroll to the entrance to the building, but do not worry, follow the crowd and you will reach the time.
If you arrive by car, there is parking next to it, the Parkplatz Schönbrunn at Schönbrunner Schloßstraße, the price is about 4 € per hour.
From 10am to 19pm every day from March 16 to April 2, 2018.  Freyung – The Easter Market of Old Vienna
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During our visit to this small square, what looked like a temporary shop with hand-painted eggs of all possible and imaginative colors was set. it is also a food and wine stand area and a stage where musicians are exchanging for events planned throughout the day.
From 10:00 to 19:00 every day from March 16 to April 2, 2018
Com to reach the Easter Market in Freyung
Freyung is about half way between Herrengasse and Schottentor stops in the Vienna Underground. The nearest is definitely Herrengasse at U3 (blue) but if you approach U2 (purple) more comfortably, you can go to Schottentor and you will come to your destination for 5 minutes.
Easter market am Hof
far from the previous one, is characterized entirely by the Easter customs and the type of products being sold, which are the work of local craftsmen. It is an art market where art and artistic products are of exceptional quality. ” width=”800″ height=”533″ />
How to reach the Easter Square am Hof
The same indication for Freyunga market as a square near Herrengasse (metro stop U3 blue)
Easter on the Prater
Easter a day in Prater, a huge amusement park in the past that was a private private hunting area in the past, organizing fun with live music, a traditional easter parade and a rich entertainment program for all ages.
Sunday, April 1, 2018. How to get to Prater
You can reach the metro line U1 (red) or U2 (purple) and down at Praterstern BF  offered by GetYourGuide. Become a Partner