Vienna Shopping

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    Goldenes Quartier: Luxury shopping

    by lotharscheer Updated Jun 4, 2014
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    The new "Goldenes Quartier" in Tuchlauben 3-7, Bognergasse, Seitzergasse and Am Hof offers several flagship stores like Emporio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Miu Miu, Roberto Cavalli, Brioni, Mulberry, Etro, Pomellato, 7 for all mankind, Prada, Saint Laurent, Church's, Bottega Veneta and Brunello Cucinelli in the center of Vienna (about 70 % of the shops are open at the moment, the rest in the next 1 or 2 month).
    http://www.wien.info/en/vienna-for/luxurious-vienna/golden-quarter

    What to buy: There are also some excellent and expensive restaurants like Zum Schwarzen Kameel and Fabios as well as a Hyatt hotel.
    http://vienna.park.hyatt.at/en/hotel/home.html
    http://www.kameel.at/en_index.php
    http://fabios.at/en/

    What to pay: If you have money to burn and like shopping this is a place to visit.

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  • From a needle to a locomotive

    by plavajabuka Updated Mar 20, 2014

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    some souveniers
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    What to buy: The best shopping is in the Mariahilferstrasse or Meidlinger Hauptstrasse or in the biggest European shopping center is Shopping City Süd (SCS).
    -a doll( puppet) in folk costume ,11euro,
    -ein zeppelbande( Die farbenfrohen Wackeltiere aus Holz, die "auf Knopfdruck" einen wilden Tanz aufführen- meaning The colorful loose wooden animals, that perform by a fingertip a "touch of a button" wild dance) 3-4 euro- this is how you should explain it if they haven't understood what you want,
    -a wall plate, 9 euro,
    - Mozart Kugeln from Heindel- a dark chocolates with a hazelnut-cream and pistachio-marzipan filling,
    - Dallmayr tea box( in EU it is almost the same food everywhere, so don't be surprised to find the German tea in Austria), but if you want an Austrian brand of tea- ask for Teekanne, maybe in Billa, Lidl, Penny Markt, Hofer (Aldi), Spar, Zielpunkt supermarket. They are opened from 08:00a.m. to 7:00p.m. Mon-Fri & 08:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.on Saturdays.
    - Das schönste Märchen der Welt- a book for a child who is learning German
    - anything that will remind you of the time in Austria.

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    Rochusmarkt: Bazaar on Viennese way

    by Odiseya Updated Feb 15, 2014

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    Rochusmarkt

    On my way trough Vienna's third district I was surprised to see something that looks like a typical Balkan open air market. Clearly, I didn't do so well my preparation for Vienna trip.
    I found that Vienna have a lot of open markets that are very typical as meeting point of people that it could considerate as local custom. Since Austrian capital is truly multicultural city with many people that was originating from the Balkans, Turkey, Arabic States and former Soviet Union it was not surprise to see those bazaars.

    In addition to the permanent stalls at the market place, there are and many cafes and restaurants that offers a good food, although the area is not so large. It says that truly bazaar day is Saturday where normal size about 30 stalls was almost twice larger market space. It would be nice to exploring these markets even you didn't plan to buy something here.

    It has a sentence that when you want to feel it as a city that is breathable atmosphere and listen to the people and get a glimpse of their economic situation, walk to the nearest city market. So it is in the imperial city.

    Open hours: from Monday till Friday from 6 am till 7:30 pm and on Saturdays from 6 am till 5 pm.

    What to buy: You find just about anything you would get from abroad, but mostly food, spices and vegetables. Also some cloth, cheap jewelry and small gifts.

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    Naschmarkt: Food! and more

    by lotharscheer Updated Oct 28, 2013
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    From 1780 was on the right bank of the then unregulated river Wien outside the city walls a market. In 1793 it was ordered that all fruit and vegetables supplied by carts to the city must go to the Naschmarkt (called Naschmarkt since 1820). The Wien became regulated in the late 19. century and from 1910 to more than 120 brick built market stalls were built and it became a wholesale market which was 1972 moved to the outskirts of Vienna while the Naschmarkt became moderniced and upmarket.

    What to buy: Many asian and a lot of turkish (some must have their sales tactics in the Grand Bazar in Istambul, be carefull) stalls, even a russian stall, but also some quit good austrian... and a lot of interrestin restaurants.

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    Peek & Cloppenburg: Favourite department store

    by colin_bramso Updated Oct 2, 2013

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    There are plenty of designer shops in the pedestrian area of District 1, but the shop we liked most is Peek & Cloppenburg.

    Over several floors they have a huge range of men's and women's clothing, from well-known international designer names to smaller, less well-known but equally top-quality designers.

    It highlighted again the lack of choice we have in Australia. We were delighted to see so many names, so much variety within each brand, the huge range of colours available. And the fact that so many sizes are available - half sizes in shoes, odd numbers for waist sizes (in Oz we just get the even numbers), and different leg lengths with each waist size.

    We were also surprised at the value for money, not having thought of Vienna as a shopping destination.

    What to buy: We bought casual trousers and jeans, shoes, jackets and shirts. All absolute top quality, a huge range of colours and styles from designers we never see in Australia. And at a fraction of the price we would pay in Australia for anything similar - and we picked up our VAT refund at the airport.

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    didn't catch the name: Inexpensive and yet good looking

    by croisbeauty Updated Sep 23, 2013

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    nice window shop

    Windows of stores with the cheap and affordable price clothing generally tend to be overcrowded and tacky arranged. Sometimes it seems as if the goods were randomly thrown into the window. In such a mass is lost even the most attractive clothing. Most passers-by are largely ignoring such tasteless arranged windows.
    This is a good example of the store which clearly shows that cloths with reasonable prices can be exposed with taste and style. The store is located opposite to the synagogue.

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    UNunited nude: Concept store

    by croisbeauty Updated Aug 22, 2013

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    UNunited nude shoes
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    I was attracted by the shoes in the window shop, never before have seen such very peculiar modeled shoes. And to be honest, didn't even know for that brand. I took this pics from the shop entrance but right now, when I came back home, I regret for not being more daring and making pics from inside. I might have been allowed to take pics from inside if was asking it.

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    STURM: Shopping trip to Vienna

    by Bygatti Written May 2, 2013
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    This little men's clothing shop is an absolute gem on the "Ring". My wife and I stumpled upon it walking through the beautiful Stadtpark in Vienna. It's right across the park and inside you'll find a great selection of suits and shirts. The business owner was very nice and while I tried on a couple of suits my wife was treated with champagne!

    So I was totally relaxed and had a good chat with the owner, who is an absolute expert on suits. He told me all the suits are semi-traditionell, which means they are half handcrafted. The quality was excellent and so was the price: between 300-400 Euros for an outstanding suit is incredibly cheap!

    On our next trip I'll definetly come back to buy a few more! In my hometown (Brussels) suits are so expensive in comparison its not even funny.

    What to buy: Suits and ties

    What to pay: A complete suit was between 280 and 400 Euros

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    ne dam svabi ni filira: skupo, skupo, mnogo skupo

    by croisbeauty Updated Apr 30, 2013

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    This very short street, situated in the close vicinity of the cathedral, might be considerate as the shopping paradise for those who are followers of fashion, especially if looking for big names. It looks almost alike to Montenapoleoni street in Milano. This shops sales designed cloths only and each piece of it costs a fortune.
    Vienna is known as very expensive town for a living, is it the reason why this short street look alike deserted?

    What to buy: Most of the items looks very good, made of first class fabrics and very well designed.

    What to pay: Very huge amount of €€€€€

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    Paul & Shark: the best sweater money can buy

    by croisbeauty Updated Apr 30, 2013

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    Paul&Shark shop in Graben

    Paul & Shark is my favourite clothing brand, first of all because I like designs of the cloths and secondly because of the top quality of fabrics used for it production, which I know from the first hand. I can't say more about it.
    Why this brand and why not some other? For a very simple reason, the polo or sweater have the superb quality in designing, manufacturing and maintancing. Year or two after buying and wearing it you wont find any difference, the garment will still have the same shade of colours as it was the first day.

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    Julius Meinl: Gourmet food at its best!

    by Jefie Updated Jan 7, 2013

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    Selection of jams at Julius Meinl
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    Julius Meinl's famous flagship store is located on Graben Street. It was founded in 1862 by Julius Meinl the first, and since then it's been passed on from one generation to the next. It's now run by the founder's great great grandson, Julius Meinl V. The store specializes in gourmet food and coffee and since I always like to bring back home a little taste of the country with me, I thought it was a great place to go to do a bit of souvenir shopping - the selection was amazing! We also couldn't resist and bought a few items that we couldn't really bring back home - such as cold cuts, cheese, bread, wine, and dessert - so we made a great lunch out of it :o) Another option is to grab lunch at Meinl's Cafe. One thing that's good to know is that prices were not as high as I would have expected from such a fancy store.

    What to buy: Things like coffee, chocolate and jams make for nice souvenirs.

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    Manner's: Home of the Original Neapolitan Wafer

    by Jefie Updated Nov 14, 2012

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    At  the Manner store on Stephansplatz

    Of course Manner's famous wafers are available all over Vienna, but I really enjoyed shopping at the original store located on Stephansplatz. Josef Manner founded his company in 1890. His wish was to produce quality chocolate at a reasonable price since chocolate used to be an expensive luxury item. "Chocolate for everyone" was his motto - how could you not love such a man?! The original Neapolitan wafer that made the company so popular was introduced in 1898 and is still made according to the original recipe. What got the wafer its name is that the hazelnuts used to make their cream filling were at first imported from Naples, Italy. Manner's store on Stephansplatz features all the wafer varieties in different sizes as well as other products, along with some souvenir items.

    What to buy: I got a bag of Manner wafer tartlets to share with my friends back home :o)

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    Swarovski: Swarovski Crystall & more

    by globetrott Updated Sep 14, 2012

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    You will find this Swarovski-shop in the centre of Kärntnerstrasse, it is a large shop with various floors and a lot of things to see, but I always just had a look from outside, as these kind of things are not really "my cup of tea"
    But I know that Swarowski has a lot of fans here on VT and this is why I listed it in my shopping-tips!

    What to buy: Crystall by Swarovski - what else ?

    What to pay: I have no idea !!!

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    Weihnachtsmarkt in Schloss Schoenbrunn

    by globetrott Updated Sep 14, 2012

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    The Weihnachtsmarkt of Schloss Schoenbrunn is in my opinion the most beautiful and most scenic one in Vienna :
    That market will be set up inside the big court in front of the former summer-palace of the Austrian emperors and it consists of a large circle of shopping-stands and only 4 food-stands in the centre of that cercle, so you will hardly ever have to fight yourselves through crowds of people, but will have in fact a lot of space to walk freely and enjoy also the lovely scenery of the Schloss Schoenbrunn in the background.
    This market is normally one of the first to open
    and the last one to close :
    In 2010 : from Nov. 20th - January 2nd
    daily till Dec 23rd: from 10.00a.m. till 09.00 p.m.
    At December 24th : 10.00a.m. till 04.00p.m.
    At December 25th+26th : 10.00a.m.-06.00p.m.
    From Dec. 28th till Jan. 2nd : 10.00am-05.00pm
    This market is CLOSED AN Dec. 27th !!!

    What to buy: At this market you will find a few stands with special handicrafts, that you will not find at most of the other christmas-markets in Vienna !
    For the food I may recommend :
    Kaiserschmarrn - MY favorite desert
    Raclette and other cheese-specialities

    What to pay: Prices will not differ a lot from other markets : Gluehwein is around 3 euro, for the beautifully decorated porcelain-cup you have to pay a deposit of 2 euros, and may keep it, some of the foodstands even give you a paper-bag to pack it safely !

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    Adventzauber am Rathausplatz: X-mas-market

    by globetrott Updated Aug 24, 2012

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    the market with the Rathaus / townhall
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    Adventzauber am Rathausplatz is the largest of all christmas-markets in Vienna and it includes a lot of activities for children, like rides in a train for children, pony-carriages, small huts, where professional actors are reading fairy-tales etc. A lot of the many giant trees in the park are lighted in a really beautiful way and there are benches as well (and in dec. 8th,2006 it was even warm enough to sit there...).
    Some years ago you could buy socks, steam-irons etc. there as well, THAT IS OVER NOW : This market is a must, especially when you considder the scenic place between Burgtheater and the Rathaus (townhall), also the paths between the stands are wider now and mostly you will have enough space to walk through the market.
    In 2010 this market was open Nov. 13th till Dec. 24th
    daily from 10.00a.m. till 09.30p.m.
    Fri & Sat. it closes at 10.00pm
    It ends already at 06.00p.m. at dec.24th !!
    Dogs are allowed here !

    What to buy: There are almost the same goods that you may buy also at the other x-mas-markets as well.
    The drinks are served in porcelain-cups that you have to pay 2 euros for a deposit !
    You may take it home as well, the one of Rathausmarkt looks really nice !

    What to pay: Glühwein / Punch etc. starts with a price of 3 euros, same prices as all other markets !

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