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Shopping in Vienna

Vienna has a wealth of shopping experiences from department stores such as Steffl to specialty clothing stores and specialty good stores such as bookstores and stores that sell housewares.

  • Manner Shop—a wafer sweet shop with Austrian candies; Stephansplatz 7
  • Meinl am Graben—a three-level food store for food connoisseurs with ingredients and fine food products; Graben 19
  • Xocolat—a small chocolate shop with a variety of chocolates for sale; Freyung 2
  • Shakespeare and Company—a well-stocked English language bookstore; Sterngasse 2
  • J&L Lobmeyr—a store run by six generations of glass makers who design handmade crystal and chandeliers; Kaertner Strasse 26
  • Das Goldene Wiener Herz—a store that sells porcelain mugs, wine glasses, postcards, and high-quality Viennese t-shirts; Kierchberggasse 17
  • Die Hollerei—a culinary store with a variety of food and beverages to indulge in; Florianigasse 13
  • Uppers and Downers Store—a store that sells vintage fashions, accessories, books, and magazines with unique clothing brands; Burggasse 46
  • La Cure Gourmande—a French and Viennese pastry shop; Neuer Markt 8a
  • Dock 7—sells a selection of Austrian designers, souvenirs, gifts, alcoholic beverages, and eco-friendly clothing and accessories; Kirchengasse 43
  • E. Kochert—a major Viennese jeweler who has designed Austrian royal jewels; Neuer Markt 15
  • Alt-Osterreich—a vintage store with postcards, walking sticks, classic records, and old photographs; Himmelpfortgasse 7
  • Arnold’s—a stylish boutique with international brands and labels such as Happy Socks and Edwin; Siebensterngasse 52
  • Augarten—a porcelain and china store; Spiegelgasse 3
  • Babette’s—a bookshop with a large selection of cookbooks from around the world, a great spice selection, and cooking classes; Schleifmuhlgasse 17
  • Bahnhof City Wien West—a contemporary mall located at the refurbished former Westbahnof train station with over 100 stores including clothing, electronics, and sporting goods; Mariahilferstrasse
  • Be a Good Girl—a boutique with books, accessories, and clothes by brands such as Barbara I Gongini, Don’t Shoot the Messengers, Irina Rohpeter, and Pleasure Principle; Westbahnstrasse 5A
  • Berger—a family-owned business that sells made-to-order ceramics; Weihburggasse 17
  • Bucherer—a jeweler with a large selection of watches as well as gold and diamond jewelry; Karntnerstrasse 2
  • Collins Hute—an accessories shop with scarves, gloves, and hats; Opernpassage
  • Dorotheum—an auction house with a long history that has furnishings from Austrian aristocrats, mirrors, silk fans, and other antique items; Dorotheergasse 17
  • Ebenberg—an eco-apparel store with clothing made from sustainable materials and fashionable silk clothing; Neubaugasse 4
  • EMI—a music store with a large selection of classical music albums as well as a variety of other genres; Karntnerstrasse 30
  • Flo Vintage—a vintage apparel store with styles from 1880-1980 including Charleston dresses, kimonos, bags, shoes, and jewelry; Schleifmuhlgasse 15A
  • Freytag and Berndt—a bookstore with a good selection of maps and travel books; Wallnerstrasse 3
  • Frick—a bookstore with a decent selection of art history books and guidebooks as well as bargain-priced books; Karntnerstrasse 31
  • Gabarage—a store that sells household items designed from recycled materials; Schleifmuhlgasse 6
  • Giesswein—an Austrian clothing store with traditional Austrian children’s and women’s apparel; Karntnerstrasse 5-7
  • Grandits—a stylish men’s store with designer clothing from Armani, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, Versace, and Zegna; Rotenturmstrasse 10
  • Grune Erde (Green Earth)—a shop that sells organic housewares such as eco-friendly furniture, tableware, and cosmetics; Mariahilferstrasse 11
  • Ina Kent—a handbag store with fine exclusive handbags; Neubaugasse 34
  • Kaas Am Markt—a market and eatery with local cheeses, meats, breads, produce, and handmade specialties; Karmelitermarkt 33-36
  • Kulcsar Antiques—an antique store that specializes in silverware, watercolors, and objets d’art; Spiegelgasse 19
  • Lena Hoschek—a designer who uses floral fabrics to create petticoat dresses, blouses, and outfits that have been worn by celebrities like Katy Perry; Gutenberggasse 17
  • Loden-Plankl—a well-established traditional Austrian clothing store for men, women, and children; Michaelerplatz 6
  • Mondrean—a concept fashion store with brands such as Dekker, Rare, Vic Beckham, and Exoal, sunglasses, handbags, perfume, and jewelry; Dorotheergasse 13
  • Morawa—a well-stocked bookstore with books on a variety of subjects, magazines, and newspapers; Wollzeile 11
  • Muhlbauer Headwear—a milliner with unique hats and headwear that have been worn by celebrities like Brad Pitt and Meryl Streep; Seilergasse 10
  • Nachbarin—an avant-garde clothing store with labels such as Veronique Leroy, Anita Moser, and Elena Ghisellini; Gumpendorferstrasse 17
  • Nfive—a minimalist clothing store with labels such as American Vintage, Velvet, Best Behavior, and Tigers of Sweden; Neubaugasse 5
  • Peek and Cloppenberg—a six-story clothing store with well-known labels and off-the-rack bargains; Karntnerstrasse 29
  • Petit Point Kovalcec—a family-run store that sells gift items such as pill boxes, brooches, and needlepoint handbags; Kartnerstrasse 16
  • Pomellato Boutique—a fine jewelry store that has a collection of precious stone and silver jewelry; Tuchlaunbenhof 7A
  • Pregenzer—a designer clothing store with fashionable clothing, shoes, and gadgets; Schleifmuhlgasse 4
  • Printa—a women’s clothing and accessories store with handbags, accessories, clothing, and home décor; Lindengasse 22
  • Reingold—a fine jewelry store known for its designs and specialties in diamond, pearl, refined silver, and gold; Kartnerstrasse 16
  • Schella Kann—the flagship store of this Austrian designer who designs stylish clothing; Spiegelgasse 15
  • Shu!—a shoe store with all types of footwear in all shapes and sizes; Neubaugasse 34
  • Sisi—a boutique with nostalgic styles worn during the time of Empress Elisabeth with some of Austria’s best designers showcased; Annagasse 11
  • Song—a fashion haven with a stylish interior and glamourous labels such as Balenciaga and Margiela and clothing from younger designers as well; Praterstrasse 11-13
  • Spielzeugschachtel—a great toy store with educational and other types of games including wooden games; Rauhensteingasse 5
  • Steffl—a prominent Viennese department store with a variety of goods that are moderately priced; Kartnerstrasse 19
  • Ulliko—a women’s designer who creates clothing in a 1960s style; Kirchengasse 7
  • Wabisabi—a local designer’s shop that has flattering and comfortable clothing; Lindengasse 20
  • Werkbank—a trendy store with knickknacks, skateboards, wall art, and other specialty items; Breitegasse 1
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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Carly | FearlessFemaleTravels.com
    Apr 14, 2018 @ 23:55:25

    I only passed through Vienna quickly on my way to Burgenland – I must return for shopping (and eating sweets, apparently!)!

    Reply

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