Salzburg Shopping

For a small city, Salzburg has a wide spectrum of stores. The specialties are traditional clothing, like lederhosen and loden coats, jewelry, glassware, handicrafts, confectionary, dolls in native costume, Christmas decorations, sports equipment, and silk flowers. A Gewürzsträussl is a bundle of whole spices bunched and arranged to look like a bouquet of flowers (try the markets on Universitätsplatz).

This old tradition goes back to the time when only a few rooms could be heated, and people and their farm animals would often cohabitate on the coldest days. You can imagine how lovely the aromas must have been—so this spicy room freshener was invented.

At Christmas there is a special Advent market on the Domplatz and the Residenzplatz, offering regional decorations, from the week before the first Advent Sunday until December 26, daily 9–8. Stores are generally open weekdays 10–6, and many on Saturday 10–5. Some supermarkets stay open until 7:30 on Thursday or Friday. Only shops in the railway station, the airport, and near the general hospital are open on Sunday.

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A.E. Köchert

  • Jewelry/Accessories

As the Imperial Court Jeweler and Personal Jeweler to Emperor Franz Josef I, the Köchert goldsmiths have crafted such world-renowned...

Antiquitäten Hiko-Antik

  • Antiques/Collectibles

Tucked behind the Gstättentor archway, this family-run antiques shop offers myriad small and medium-size pieces spanning all epochs,...

Christmas in Salzburg

  • Crafts

Rooms of gorgeous Christmas-tree decorations, notably an abundance of hand-painted blown egg ornaments for all holidays, fill this charming...

Dschulnigg

  • Clothing

This is a favorite among elegant Salzburgers for Trachten , the traditional Austrian costume including Lederhosen and Dirndl (region-specific...

Fritz Kreis

  • Ceramics/Glassware

Explore the finely crafted, hand etched, traditionally blown glass pieces in this specialty shop. ...

Gehmacher

  • Household Items/Furniture

Find chic European traditional to modern style home design and accessories at this centrally located shop. ...

Internationale Messe für Kunst und Antiquitäten

  • Antiques/Collectibles

The annual art and antiques fair takes place from Palm Sunday to Easter Monday in the state rooms of Salzburg's Residenz. ...

Jahn-Markl

  • Clothing

Admire the traditional craftsmanship of the leather clothing and other goods here, some made to order. ...

Konditorei Fürst

  • Food/Candy

If you're looking for the kind of Mozartkugeln (chocolate marzipan confections) you can't buy at home, try the store that claims to...

Konditorei Schatz

  • Food/Candy

Salzburg locals have relied on this small family owned bakery since 1877 to satisfy their cravings for Cremeschnitte (vanilla custard...

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