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Shopping in Vienna!

Vienna resident and travel expert Elisabeth details where to go and which stores to visit in our guide to shopping in Vienna, Austria!

Shopping in Vienna, Austria

From exquisite, hand-crafted crystal chandeliers to decadent chocolate treats, this list has everything you’ll need to make the most of a shopping experience in Vienna’s bustling Old City district. Find traditional Austrian fashions for the whole family, or help the children choose a toy from a renowned toymaker. Jewellers, silks, sweets and more await on your Vienna shopping excursion!

*All shops are within Vienna’s Innere Stadt.

SISI, Annagasse 11. Fine, luxury ladies clothing reminiscent of and inspired by Empress Sisi’s style: timeless, unique elegance; “The Touch of the Eternal Empress.”

Loden Plankl, Michaelerplatz 6. Vienna’s oldest traditional Austrian folkloristic clothing store. Garments for ladies, gentlemen and children; specialized regional garments, Loden, hats, accessories, and more!

Knize, Graben 13. A traditional, fine Gentlemen’s shop made by famous architect Adolf Loos. Nestled in a beautiful environment, with an excellent view from the balcony overlooking Vienna’s famous street, Graben.

Altmann & Kühne, Graben 30. Handmade chocolates presented in the most original handmade boxes. A lovely, very small shop by famous architect Josef Hofmann.

DEMEL, Kohlmarkt 14. A most beautiful pastry shop and coffee house, complete with a little sales department of handmade sweets and Sachertorte displayed in an amazing environment.

SACHER Shop, Kärntner Strasse. All kinds of Sacher products can be found here, especially original Sacher cake. A must-visit for Vienna travellers!

VIER JAHRESZEITEN, Ringstrassengalerien. Exclusive ladies clothing, different brands available. Excellent service. Possibility to rent shop exclusively upon request free of charge.

KECK SILBER, Trattnerhof 2. A family-owned jeweler selling only their own productions. Fashionable, primarily silver with some gold, as well, and very good prices.

PETKOV, Kohlmarkt 11. Some of the finest ladies knit wear to be found. Very fashionable, and all designed and produced in Austria. Some pieces are so exclusive, they are produced only once!

ZUR SCHWÄBISCHEN JUNGFRAU, Graben 26. Known as “The Linen Lady”, here you can find the finest traditional linen and table clothing.

FREY WILLE, Lobkovitzplatz 1 and Stephansplatz 5. Special, distinctive, enameling jewelry and decorative art made in Austria.

A.E. KÖCHERT, Neuer Markt 15. Jewelers to the Royal Court! This exclusive boutique is most famous for producing diamond stars for Empress Sisi’s hair; their own creations of fine jewelry, and a beautiful shop still privately owned.

J. & L. LOBMEYR, Kärntner Strasse 26. A most amazing, traditional shop that sells wonderful glass, mirrors and chandeliers. Simply exquisite.

WILHELM JUNGMANN & NEFFE, Albertinaplatz 3 (next to Sacher Hotel). Find the finest fabrics (more than 1000 different cloths) in this emporium, along with a wide range of silk shawls, silk ties, scarves, and items from cufflinks to blazer buttons, exclusive fragrances, leather goods, and even umbrellas.

HARTMANN, Singerstrasse 8. Unique spectacle frames and accessories, famous for their own horn creation.

STEIFF, Bräunerstrasse 3. The most famous plush toys handmade in Germany – adorable for everybody in the world!

AUGARTEN, Spiegelgasse 3. Handmade Austrian porcelain. When you purchase porcelain from the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten, you are guaranteed a piece of fine, high-quality craftsmanship that will provide pleasure for years to come.

BÖSENDORFER PIANOS, Bösendorferstrasse 12 (entrance Canovagasse 4) 1010 Wien. Truly fantastic pianos made in Vienna. The shop is located in the building of the Musikverein.

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