It is Austria's second oldest pedestrian zone with a great flair. Most of the shops are located in Baroque or Jugendstil (art nouveau) buildings. It reaches from the central station to the tawnhall and the cathedral. Many cafes and restaurants invite to a nice break. Dont miss the market days at the cathedral!
What to buy: You can buy everything - from shoes, clothes, books, food and much more. But don't forget to look up and also enjoy the amazing buildings!
What to pay: The prices are normal for Austrian standards. Many chains (like H&M, Deichmann, Palmers and many more) are located in the pedestrian zone.
It's the biggest shopping mall in St. Pölten with 70 shops, 10 restaurants and an ice-skating-hall.
Shopping in the city center is nice, but when the weather is bad, this is the perfect place to spend your afternoon.
What to buy: Here you get everything: shoes, clothes, crafts, gifts, stationary, food,....
What to pay: Most shops are quite cheap, only some more expensive boutiques.
An outdoor Shopping center just next to the Traisenpark shopping mall.
What to buy: Sportin goods, toys, shoes, clothes, cosmetics, ....
...and there is a Mc Donalds restaurant with drive through!
What to pay: quite cheap