Of all the stores and stores in a city, top 10 narrows the options to the most attractive and best locations. We offer a carefully checked selection for you to explore the shops of Vienna on your own. If the weather is really tight and you do not have the leisure to browse all our offers, we present our list of the best purchases for Vienna.
Here we distill the best companies up to a special selection of ten. These places promise a stellar experience and a taste of the city that you simply cannot miss.
1. Zum Schwarzen Kameel
With almost 400 years of history, it is one of the most famous establishments in the city. In addition to the excellent restaurant, there is a deli and wine shop, bar, club rooms, and a sandwich shop that produces popular open sandwiches with dozens of toppings, from simple ham, cheese, and eggs to roast beef with artichoke hearts.
Visit this internationally successful retail store, which employs more than 17,000 workers in 40 countries. This crystal glass business took off in 1892 when Daniel Swarovski patented a crystal polisher that revolutionized the business. Today, jewelry, accessories and figurines are world famous.
3. Oesterreichische Werkstaetten
The products of this Austrian arts and crafts cooperative are chosen to match the ideals and philosophy of the Vienna Secession: maximum functionality combined with high aesthetic values. The creations of Austrian artists and artisans have been incorporated into a range of gifts and accessories to offer products with unique style and style. A price range, but it’s worth looking around, even if you don’t want to buy.
4. Shopping Center Sued
Just outside Vienna, over 300,000 square meters of commercial space containing 300 stores. Ideal if you only like stores and want to see just about every major retailer – and a few small ones – available in Austria.
Take the Ikea bus from the State Opera from Monday to Friday at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:30 p.m .; Sat at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4 p.m.
5. Ringstrassen Galerien
Two buildings connected by a glass bridge to form a shopping center for chic; 59 shops and 8 restaurants. You will find products from Prada and Rolex, Hugo Boss and John Paul Gaultier. Instead of burgers and sausages, the fast food on offer is sushi and tapas bars. Beautiful design in beautiful buildings near the State Opera.
A glorious attack on the senses and the most famous food market in Vienna. An aisle of food stalls and a parallel aisle of restaurants and cafes. In the days leading up to the rediscovery of Vienna as a metropolis, the Naschmarkt was the only place where you could get a decent range of foreign food; although it has lost some of its exclusivity, it remains the most extensive multicultural market in the city. Expect a variety of high-quality, value-for-money skewers as you go for a walk.
7. Maria Hilferstrasse
A solution over a mile long for the true shopaholic. There are a few stops for culturally conscious people, but it’s the center of town for those who just like to buy things. International store chains are well represented.
There are many local and international fast food outlets. The city authorities, concerned on those who bought everything they can carry, built regular metro stations along the way.
Travel east across the Danube on the U1 to this shopping center in the 22nd district of Vienna. 160 shops and services plus 20 restaurants, cafes and stalls to take away. After a day of shopping, you can cross the Donauplex road with its cinema, nightclub and restaurants.
Graben means ditch, and the name of this street dates back to the Roman Empire when a ditch ran alongside a wall erected on this site. Stretching from St. Stephen’s to Kohlmarkt, it is now one of the most exclusive addresses in the city. Its most important feature is the magnificent Pestsaeule (plague column), which was completed in 1692 after being commissioned in 1679 to commemorate the great plague in the city this year. After morning deliveries, the Graben is closed to traffic and is ideal for strolling or sitting in one of the guest gardens for coffee and cake or a meal.
10. Kaern Tnerstrasse
Extending from Saint-Etienne to the Sacher Hotel and the State Opera, this, along with the Graben, constitutes the most noble shopping district of Vienna. Among the most famous residents of Kaerntnerstrasse are not only the aforementioned hotel and opera house, but also the Esterhazy Palace, the Loos-Bar, the Malteserkirche, the Steffl department store, the Gerstner cafe and the Europa cafe.