If you are one of those travelers who don't miss the
chance to do some shopping, then you can't miss the
chance to visit Vienna's shopping streets. Below you can
see some of them, like Mariahilfer Straße, the biggest
of them all.
In addition, in Vienna you will find some
markets where it is possible to buy general objects and
quality food. The most famous of these is the
Naschmarkt, but good suggestions are also the
Brunnenmarkt, in the 16th District, and the
Karmelitermarkt, near the center of Vienna. If you are interested in retro style items, just visit
InternetAges where you can find vintage tablecloths.
In the Austrian capital, shops usually open from
Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 6:30 pm, and on Thursdays
the hours can be extended until 9 pm. On Saturdays,
establishments usually close around 5pm / 5:30 pm.
Graben is nothing more than one of the most famous
streets in the Austrian capital. A busy and centralized
pedestrian zone － from the time of the ancient Romans －
where you will find a lot of traditional stores and also
some famous brands, excellent for those who do not miss
the opportunity to do some shopping.
But in addition, it is worth taking a good walk in
the area for other reasons. This is because Graben
usually attracts some artists and also concentrates
beautiful buildings, like the Grabenhof.
The Prague column ( Pestsäule ), which
celebrates the end of the 1679 epidemic, is also
sumptuous and deserves to be looked at closely. In
addition, at Graben there are two sources, Josefsbrunnen
and Leopoldsbrunnen, which pay homage to José and São
Leopoldo. The fountain statues were made in the 18th
century, but are estimated to be even older, probably
from the 16th or 17th centuries.
Graben, Vienna - CEP: 1010
Kärntner Straße is a Vienna street founded in the
Roman era. However, since the 19th century, the address
has become an exclusive pedestrian zone and a true
open-air mall, with stores of all types and for the most
diverse tastes. An area suitable even for those who do
not intend to buy anything, as it is full of beautiful
buildings. It's worth the walk!
Kärntner StraßE 11, Vienna - CEP: 1010
Telephone: +43 1 206092544
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Opening hours: Mon – Sat: 11: 00–18: 00 \ n
Kohlmarkt is yet another address in the center of
Vienna where you will find beautiful old buildings and,
on the ground floor, famous shopping establishments. In
fact, the street is one of the oldest in the city, as
well as the famous Graben, and concentrates stores of
brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Armani, Diesel,
Kohlmarkt 7/1/4/34, Vienna - CEP: 1010
Telephone: +43 1 8905947
Those who do not miss the opportunity to shop while
traveling should not miss Mariahilferstrasse, Vienna's
largest shopping street. An address where there are
several interesting malls and stores － like C&A, H&M,
Mango, Zara and Forever 21 － some cafes, snack bars /
restaurants and much more.
Mariahilfer Str., Vienna - CEP: 1070
Telephone: +43 676 6064232
Hours: Mon – Sun: 24 hours \ n
Markets are very interesting places to visit, because
food is part of the culture and, therefore, says a lot
about that city, that people. In Vienna, for example,
you will find Naschmarkt, a market where you will find
stalls that sell all kinds of food, with emphasis on
cheeses, spices, sweets and much more.
However, what makes this market even more special are
the small restaurants, which serve the best of local and
international cuisine. The tip, therefore, is to give a
general view of the area and, soon after, stop at one of
these establishments to replenish your energy.
If you are a fan of fish, you will probably like the
Nautilus, La Marée and
Umar restaurants. Already Neni
specializes in Israeli / Middle Eastern food. Ah, at
Naschmarkt you will also find stalls selling delicious
kebabs, duruns and the like.
Wienzeile, Vienna - CEP: 1040
Telephone: +43 1 5463405430
Hours: Mon – Sat: 6: 00–19: 30 \ n