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Center West is a big shopping center in southern Graz. You can find IKEA, H&M, C&A, NewYorker, BOF, Toys R Us & tons of other shops there. It can get quite crowded during weekends, but you're probably gonna find everything you need over there.
Written Oct 19, 2004
If you're going shopping, I suggest you avoid IKEA on a Saturday morning! :) It's cool to walk through this universe of things you'd just love to have at home, but it's a bit hard to exit it empty-handed. I only bought some candles, but I wouldn't mind if I moved there. IKEA in Graz - does it get any better?! :)
What to buy: Everything! :)
Written Oct 19, 2004
The Hofgasse is a wonderful winding streets with many unique shops. The Edegger-Tax court bakery is a highlight, both for its wonderful sweets and its portal with its beautiful inlaid woodwork. Since 1569, this family-run bakery has been tempting visitors and locals alike with its traditional Styrian specialities.
What to buy: Beautiful cookie tins!
What to pay: Baked goods from 5-20 Euro, rather pricey but very tasty.
Written Mar 16, 2004
Shopping areas are Jakominiplatz, Hauptplatz, Sackstrasse, Citypark shopping centre in Lazarettsguertel. Sporgasse is good as well as Schmiedgasse.
It's worth crossing the bridge to West Graz as there is some great shopping to be done around Lendplatz
Updated Jan 17, 2004
Address: All over the city
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If you are going for the weekend, do remember to buy everything you want to buy on Saturday. On Saturday, the majority of the shops will be closed by 5pm and they will not be opened till Monday 8am. Almost every shops will be closed on Sunday, except the cafes and bakery...
What to buy: I went to a Billa at Jakominiplatz and bought some chocolates for souvenirs. This time, I compared the prices of souvenirs at the airport (tax free shop after check-in) and at this supermarket.
For example, 2 nicely packed Mozart balls cost Eur1,00 at Billa, and it cost Eur1,30 at the tax free shop in the airport. Mozart chocolate liquer cost Eur10,45 in Billa and it is Eur14 at the airport for the same one. The price at the airport is at least 25% more than Billa even though it is brand as "tax-free".
Written Dec 15, 2003
Glitzy, impressive building on multi-levels in the centre of town.
What to pay: Relatively expensive, though I did find some corduroy trousers for 31 euros in the after Christmas sales at the beginning of 2011
Written Dec 30, 2011
Kastner & Ohler have branches all over Austria and in Prague too. They are your average department store with clothes, perfume, stationery, cosmetics etc.
Updated Nov 26, 2002
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