The green market on the lower main square in Ried im Innkreis is more than just an insider tip. In addition to the usual seasonal products, you can also enjoy all kinds of delicacies here.
The green market is visited by many people every Tuesday. Everyone appreciates the wide range of fresh produce on offer.
The great thing about this market is above all the authenticity of the goods on offer, many direct marketers offer their wares and consumers can convince themselves of the excellent quality through personal inspection and direct dialogue with the vendors.
The main square in Ried also offers a wonderful backdrop. The square, which is very long and slightly curved, has the character of an old Bavarian hall and the façades of the town houses have straight ends. In the 19th century, new façades were added to the core architecture, some of which is still Gothic or early Baroque.
The market fountain separates the upper and lower main squares. The lower part was always the market square. Until 1872, a free-standing Schrannen building for the grain, salt and canvas trade was located here.
The beautiful ambience invites you to linger after your visit to the green market. Many people like to stop for a coffee and have a nice chat with friends.