You'll stumble upon several stores that sell traditional Austrian costumes and dresses. This one goes by the name of Thalbauer Trachten.
What to buy: Pictured is an example of a traditional dress (Dirndl).
What to pay: Price tag says this specific set costs approx. 160 euro.
If you're looking to shop in Linz, the place to go is Landstrasse which leads south from the Hauptplatz. This pedestrianized thoroughfare is home to many shops, agencies, bakeries, restaurants, etc. You're going to find just about anything you need somewhere along this street. In my picture, you see the Ursulinenkirche in the background.
What to pay: Keep in my the conversion rate from your own curreny to Euros. Also, if you're American, credit cards are now charging a foreign transaction fee for all purchases. So that will add to the cost of your item.
I was one day in Linz on my cycleyour from Passau to Vienna..but when i come back in Austria i go back to Linz..Nice place for shopping and much nice terrace..
What to buy: There much nice shops ...