The fourth district, south of Naschmarkt, is known as Freihausviertel. Many guidebooks don't show Freihausviertel. As a result, you'll find yourself out of tourist-land and among the locals when you visit there. Freihausviertel, which means "Free House," is named for its history of sheltering poorer Viennese citizens. That doesn't mean it was exempt from Vienna's cultural wealth: in 1791, Mozart's Magic Flute premiered there at the Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden
, which sadly no longer exists. Today, you'll find art galleries, tea cafes and an assortment of odd shops like Babette's, where you can buy spices or take a cooking class.