A Bustling Atmosphere & Farm-Fresh, Feel-Good Food: Nine of Tirol’s Best-Loved Farmers' Markets

Regularly-held Farmers' Markets throughout the country offer bustling kiosks and stands that feature a cornucopia of Tirolese delicacies.

Specializing in the best of local and regional food, Tirol’s farmers' markets offer quality produce in the best straight-from-the-farm tradition and from small gourmet food producers. Take a culinary souvenir of Tirol to remind you of the stories you created here. We think you'll enjoy what you find on one of our farmers' markets—and you’ll enjoy the friendly bustling market atmosphere with each market having its own unique feel.

Farmers’ markets showcase Tirol’s abundant local foods culture, such as speck, cured sausages, award-winning mountain cheeses, baked goods, finest liquor and schnapps, and homemade jams and marmalades.


1 • Innsbruck Market Hall

The Market Hall in Innsbruck offers a unique combination of a daily Farmers' Market and numerous Grocery Stores that stock a wide variety of Tirol specialty items under one roof – in a spacious setting that provides a friendly bustling market atmosphere.

Opening Hours: Mondays to Fridays 07:00am to 6:30pm; Saturdays 07:00am to 1:00pm


2 • Farmers' Market at Wilten Square in Innsbruck

Brimming with boutiques and contemporary sidewalk cafés, Wilten Square is one of the most beautiful squares in all of Innsbruck. Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the weekly market running every Saturday with lots of amazing stalls selling an array of fruits & vegetables, artisan cheeses, sausages and cured specialties, baked goods, and much more.

Opening Hours: Saturdays 07:30am to 12:00 noon


3 • Farmers' Market at Sparkassenplatz Square in Innsbruck

Each Friday, farmers and artisan food producers sell their locally sourced delicacies on the Farmers' Market at Sparkassenplatz Square in Innsbruck. The market provides a setting to enjoy the outdoors and find seasonal, freshest produce of the highest quality - while connecting directly with the farmers and producers from the Austrian Tirol, from Austrian Culinary Excellence Regions and from Italy’s South Tirol.

Opening Hours: Fridays 09:00am to 2:00pm (closed in January)


4 • Farmers' Market in Hall

The weekly Farmers' Market on the Upper Town Square has been a beloved Hall landmark since it opened and continues to attract scores of locals and visitors. You’ll find fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, an endless selection of baked goods, and homemade jams and marmalades.

Opening Hours: Saturdays 09:00am to 1:00pm


5 • Landeck Frischemarkt Market

Each Friday, the farmers on the Landeck Frischemarkt Market display a colorful bounty of agricultural products grown right in their backyard. Seasonal diversity is available year round rain or shine in the small town’s main street. The Market is a fun place to be with a feast for the senses. Every first Friday of the month, from May through October, local chefs are demonstrating their skills.

Opening Hours: Fridays 10:00am to 5:00pm


6 • Weekly Market in St. Johann in Tirol

Each Friday, the Weekly Market on the main square of St. Johann offers the finest in locally produced vegetables, fruits, meats, sausages and cheeses, baked goods, honey, and delis from local farmers of the region at over 20 stalls.

Opening Hours: Fridays 10:00am to 5:00pm


7 • Lienz Town Market

Experience the quality of handcrafted, locally-sourced goods on Fridays and Saturdays on the Town Market at Messinggasse Lane in Lienz: Discover delicious, fresh vegetables, homemade baking, schnapps, wool produce, and much more direct from local farmers, offering only what they produce, thus ensuring the high quality of products.

Opening Hours: April through October Fridays 1:00pm to 6:30pm; Saturdays 08:30am to 12:30pm; November through March Fridays 2:00pm to 6:00pm; Saturdays 08:30am to 12:30pm


8 • Schwaz Farmers' Market

Once a week, on Saturdays, the farmers of Schwaz are at the market on Pfundplatz Square, providing residents and visitors to the Silver Town with ready access to high-quality specialty food from local producers. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller.

Opening Hours: Saturdays 08:30am to 11:00am


9 • “Insrix” Farmers' Market in Imst

Imst prides itself on providing a venue where locals and visitors can get the best local food and products available, from baked goods, farm fresh eggs, a delicious assortment of speck and sausages, fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, marmalades and juices, you can find everything from daily staples to delis. Held each Saturday from 09:00am to 1:00pm, the “Insrix” Farmers' Market provides you with a buzzing experience, a place to meet friends and family, and a place to make new friends!

Opening Hours: Saturdays 09:00am to 1:00pm


A full list of Farmers' Markets & Farm Shops throughout Tirol is available from the Website of the Tirol Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry www.tirol.lko.at (in German only).

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