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Kärntner Straße

Kärntner Straße

The route along Kärntner Straße, running from the Vienna State Opera to Stephansplatz is the most popular shopping street in Vienna. Stop by at Steffl department store with its luxury designers and fabulous panoramic elevator. Peek & Cloppenburg is another architectural highlight, while the Swarovski store offers a very special shopping experience. This high-street has mainly big international brands, but on its side streets some shops of local specialties can still be found.
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Blühendes Konfekt

Blühendes Konfekt

The "blossoming confections" by artist-chocolatier Michael Diewald are unique. In his workshop in the 6th district, he crafts beautiful chocolate treats decorated with wild fruit, herbs and dried flowers. Chocolate and marzipan are organically sourced, while the berries and aromas come directly from the Viennese Woods. In the shop customers will find a selection of season treats changing throughout the year. On Thursday drop by the confectionery workshop to watch the team at work and sample the produce.
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Brunnenmarkt & Yppenplatz

Brunnenmarkt & Yppenplatz

Yppenplatz has turned into one of Vienna’s most hip and eclectic districts. The area is home to many artists shops and independent boutiques, some of the city most appreciated eateries and to lively and cosmopolitan markets. With its 170 market stall, Brunnemarkt is one of the biggest permannet markets in Europe: local farmers and artisans gather here to sell their products beside stalls with Turkish and Balkan specialties. Stop by at Staud's delicatessen shop, famous for its exquisite jams and pickled vegetables.
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Lena Hoschek

Lena Hoschek

The world-famous Austrian fashion designer Lena Hoschek has created her very own style that can be found for sell at the her flaghsip store in Spittelberg. Inspired by the 1950s, with classic cuts and pin-up silhouette, Hoschek's original interpretation of vintage outfits as gained the attention of many international celebrities, who has prised the feminine cuts with a modern twist of her design. At her studio boutique you'll also find her popular version of the traditional Austrian dirndl.
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