The oldest and biggest of Graz’s farmer’s markets
In former times the Kaiser-Josef-Square used to be a timber-market. In the 19th century it was thankfully named after the Austrian Emperor who granted the protestants their freedom of believe.
Today the people of Graz rather think of culinary delights than of history when they talk about this market. Fresh local products are offered by their producers on a daily basis.
Many products are grown organically and some of them have a long standing tradition such as the "Käferbohne" (special kind of large beans), apples and of course the pumpkinseed oil.
What's on offer? Home-made bread, bacon, sausages, home-made cakes, juices, fresh flowers, vegetables, fish, meat and even crops from the gardens to grow your own tomatoes on your balcony.
But watch out, this market is for early birds:
Monday-Saturday 6AM to 1PM