Farmers' Markets in the City & Country
Whether in the capital city or in the middle of the regions and villages, it's a pleasure to shop at the farmers' markets with a little chatting here and there. A recommendation for city tours: the market at Kaiser-Josef-Platz in Graz is a particularly popular farmers' market. It is open almost daily and is the largest and oldest farmers' market in Graz. Abundant icing-coated or spicy-savoury delicacies line up next to creative flower arrangements and other regional products here. In addition to this farmers' market, many other markets in the Green Heart of Austria sweeten the day. From the Schladming farmers' market in the north to the Leibnitz farmers' market in the south, Styria is proud of its fresh regional treats.
Fruits and vegetables of the season, delicious honey or perhaps something spicy for a snack? The farmers around the Gesäuse provide high-quality products at the farmers' markets in the region. The township of Liezen, for example, awaits you with countless regional delicacies.
There is an increasing demand for healthy, sustainably produced and local products in Upper Styria. The farmers in the region are excited about their well-visited farmers' markets. Depending on the town, they take place on various days, including for example in Kapfenberg and Mürzzuschlag.
The farmers of the Schladming-Dachstein region regularly offer homemade products and regional delicacies at the local farmers' markets. The products from apples to goat's cheese leave nothing to be desired at the Schladming or Ramsau farmers' markets.
Thermal Springs Country Styria
It is not just the taste of farmer's butter that is so special, but in particular the impression of flowers that it gets from its wooden form. It's a delight for the palate on crisp coarse rye bread. This and many other regional products can be purchased at the farmers' markets in the middle of thermal springs country, such as in Feldbach or at the Vulkanland market in Bad Gleichenberg.