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Shopping in Vienna

Crowds of shoppers head to Vienna's main shopping street, Mariahilfer Strasse for the latest fashions while Swarovski and Aigner labels grace the elegant Ringstrassen Galerien. Explore the Innere Stadt's narrow lanes, visiting Augarten for Biedermeier porcelain, Österreichische Werkstatten for Austrian crafts and nostalgic Altmann & Kühne for beautifully wrapped pralines. Neubau's speciality shops include LomoShop, selling cult Russian cameras. The busy Naschmarkt entices food-lovers with fresh produce. Shops generally open Monday to Saturday 10am-6.30pm.

Altmann & Kühne, Vienna. © Altmann & Kühne
Ringstrassen Galerien, Vienna. © WienTourismus/Gerhard Weinkirn
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Ringstrassen Galerien

19th-century palace turned mall

Grand 19th-century Palais Corso houses Vienna's most exclusive shopping centre, Ringstrassen Galerien, in the Innere Stadt. Browse the 59 shops selling everything from L'Occitane cosmetics to Swarovski crystals and Aigner fashion. Eight food outlets serving tapas and sushi provide refreshment.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm

Address

5-7 & 9-13, Kärntner Ring, Vienna 1010

Transport

Karlsplatz U-Bahn

Website

Ringstrassen Galerien Website

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Österreichische Werkstatten

Handmade Austrian crafts

In Vienna's Innere Stadt, three-storey Österreichische Werkstatten showcases quality Austrian arts and crafts. In a contemporary setting of gleaming marble floors and wooden display cabinets, the country's foremost artists and craftspeople present unique handmade creations, including ceramics, candles and jewellery.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm

Address

6, Kärntnerstrasse, Vienna 1010

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 512 2418

Transport

Stephansplatz U-Bahn

Website

Österreichische Werkstatten Website

Augarten, Vienna. © Augarten Wien
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Augarten

Exquisite porcelain

The second-oldest European porcelain manufacturer, Augarten in the Innere Stadt was established in 1718. Several floors, clearly laid out, offer an enormous selection. Sought-after items include Lipizzaner stallion figurines and tableware embossed with alpine flowers or Biedermeier motifs.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm

Address

3, Stock-im-Eisen-Platz, Vienna 1010

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 512 14 94

Transport

Stephansplatz U-Bahn

Website

Augarten Website

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Firis

Designerwear from Belgium

One of Vienna's slickest fashion boutiques, Firis is a minimalist concrete-glass store dressed with haute couture from Belgian designers. Located in the Innere Stadt, it showcases bold, feminine styles from the likes of Dries van Noten, Kristensen and Sofie d'Hoore.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm

Address

9, Bauernmarkt, Vienna 1010

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 533 42 75

Transport

Stephansplatz U-Bahn

Website

Firis Website

Naschmarkt, Vienna. © WienTourismus/Popp & Hackner
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Naschmarkt

Food & flea market

The bustling Naschmarkt in Wieden has been at the centre of Viennese life since the 16th century. This is the place to buy fresh produce, observe local life over sushi, or browse through the bric-a-brac at the Saturday flea market.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 6am-6.30pm; Sat 6am-5pm

Address

Linke & Rechte Wienzeile, Vienna 1040

Transport

Karlsplatz U-Bahn

Mühlbauer, Vienna. © Mühlbauer
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Mühlbauer

Contemporary designer headgear

Viennese hat specialist Mühlbauer sells innovative headwear world-wide. This store in the Innere Stadt has a vibrant collection of avant-garde designs from scarlet berets to trendy beanies to turban-like creations. All are individually displayed in a spacious, well-lit setting.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm

Address

10, Seilergasse, Vienna 1010

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 512 22 41

Transport

Stephansplatz U-Bahn

Website

Mühlbauer Website

Schokov, Vienna. Photo by Stefan Rauch © www.stephanrauch.com
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Schokov

Chocolates for daredevils

In Neubau's hip Spittelberg corner, brightly-lit Schokov's dark wood panelling contrasts with a dazzling-white interior. Chocolatier Thomas "tomkov" Kovazh tempts with extraordinary flavours. Sample dark Austrian chocolate with strawberry and pepper, or sea salt, potato and chilli varieties.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 12pm-7pm

Address

20, Siebensterngasse, Vienna 1070

Telephone

+43 (0) 680 3000 860

Transport

Museumsquartier U-Bahn

Website

Schokov Website

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LomoShop

Cult cameras

Wedged into Vienna's Neubau district, LomoShop lures shoppers with its inspired Lomographic designs and futuristic interior. Cult Russian Lomo cameras line the wavy shelves alongside gadgets, underwear and local creations including snazzy handbags by Viennese designer Eva Blut.



Opening Hours

Daily 11am-7pm

Address

1, Museumsplatz, Vienna 1070

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 523 70 16

Transport

Museumsquartier U-Bahn

Website

Lomography Website

Altmann & Kühne, Vienna. © Altmann & Kühne
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Altmann & Kühne

Nostalgic 1920s chocolate shop

1920s-style Altmann & Kühne entices shoppers on Graben in the Innere Stadt with beautiful window displays of irresistible confectionery. Inside a nostalgic feel dominates. Sweet-lovers eye up handmade bonbons, pralines and marzipan, exquisitely packaged in specially-designed colourfully-decorated boxes.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 9am-6.30pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Address

30, Graben, Vienna 1010

Telephone

+43 (0) 1 533 0927

Transport

Stephansplatz U-Bahn

Website

Altmann & Kühne Website

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