Food and Drink, Innsbruck
This large covered market houses lots of stalls, a small supermarket and several cafes.
It is opened from monday to friday; from 7 a. m. to 6.30 p. m. Saturday; from 7 a. m to 1 a. m.
What to buy: Here you can buy almost every kind of food you like.
As i really love salami, ham and those things, how would i miss to buy the tipical Speck from Tirol ?
Well, no question about that, if you go in Innsbruck, don't miss the specialty, the famous speck from Tirol, a real taste, really something you don't have to miss, delicious for your mouth, you won't regret it.
There are many variations on the main theme here and best of all you can get a mixed charcuterie platter and try them all. We picked one more or less at random and had a sandwich of it with a local cheese (also picked by chance). If you're a vegetarian -- well -- there's always the schnapps.
"Zimt & Zucker" (cinnamon&sugar) is the name of a great bakery & Konditorei close to the famous "Goldenes Dachl" and besides plenty of other great chocolate balls etc. they had a clever idea of a sweet souvenir from Innsbruck :
What to buy: "Goldschindel" (golden tile) is made of gingerbread, coated in chocolate, and wrapped in a golden cellophane-paper. It might make a perfect sweet souvenir to take home !
The shop is open daily !
In winter : 09.00a.m. - 06.00p.m. In summer : 09.00a.m. - 11.00p.m.
On sundays and public Holidays they will open not before 10.00 a.m.
What to pay: One of these tiles is 3,30 Euros, the standart price for gingerbread, home-made by confectionaries.
Vienna´s famous confiserie sure has a shop in Innsbruck too, so that you don´t have to miss out the great cakes.... It´s a perfect (not so cheap) gift for those a t home.......or for Steventilly I would say!!!!
What to buy: You can also go inside for a coffee or so.........
What to pay: Euros..... :)