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Luxury shopping in Vienna

Diamonds are a girl's best friend - luxury shopping in Vienna, Austria's capital

Luxury shopping in Vienna will certainly be a highlight of your holidays in Vienna. Especially the larger shopping streets offer a great range of brands and labels and the many jewelers will make a girl's heart skip a beat for sure. Bring your credit cards and discover a new side to luxury shopping in Vienna.

The most famous shopping streets in Vienna are the Mariahilferstrasse, the Kaerntnerstrasse, the Kohlmarkt and the street called Am Graben. These shopping areas offer store after store full of wonderfully luxurious goods. Next to great department stores you will find either unique luxury boutiques or fantastic jewellers to browse through.

Luxury shopping in Vienna: anticipating you every wish

If you are looking for a truly special holiday memento or if you would like a gift for your loved ones back home, the luxury shopping streets are the right address for you. Whether you are looking for exclusive fashion labels at Kaerntnerstrasse or precious jewellery pieces made of gold and silver: theInner City of Vienna is your luxury shopping destination.

Recreation and relaxation after a luxurious shopping spree

Treat yourself with a well-deserved break from all that glitz and glamour during your luxury shopping tour of Vienna. The numerous cafes such as Cafe Sacher in the Philharmonikerstrasse are the perfect exclusive environment to refresh and re-energise with a cup of tea or coffee - after all you are in Vienna where Coffee House Culture is spelt with capital letters. After your exclusive shopping tour: you are invited to stretch your legs at one of the centrally located four-star Schick Hotels Vienna.

If you would like to spend a luxurious shopping weekend in Vienna, best reserve your room at one of the five traditional Schick Hotels now. Just send an online booking enquiry.

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Erzherzog Rainer
Capricorno
Am Parkring
Stefanie
City Central
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Das Schick
Stefanie
Wiener Wirtschaft