Other tourist info
Shops are usually opened on weekdays from 9a.m to 6p.m, on saturdays from 9a.m to 12a.m (Grocery stores open at 8am), but there are some tourist areas, like railway stations, airports, etc, where shops usually are more longer opened, until 23pm. Banks are usually opened on weekdays from 8am to 3pm, except of Thursday when they are longer opened, until 5.30pm.
they are open from 8am to 6 pm, but most of them are closed at lunchtime (12am to 2 pm). The general post office is open all day.
they are open on weekdays from 8am to 6pm, except lunchtime. On Saturdays they are open from 8am to 12am.
Shopping streets, markets, shopping centres
Shopping has a big tradition in Austria. In the biggest citites there are popular shopping streets and markets - Mariahilfer Strasse in Vienna, Kramergasse in Klagenfurt etc. Beside the international flagship stores we can find exclusive boutiques, souvenir shops and groceries as well. There are some big shopping centers in the country, these are usually located outside the cities, near to the main roads - DEZ in Tyrol or the Fischapark in Lower Austria. Markets belong to the everyday life in Austria; we can buy almost everything - not only groceries but also clothes, books or furniture. Typical grocery shops in Austria are: SPAR, Billa, Plus, Hofer, Lidl
Mozartbonbons from Salzburg, Amethyst from Maissau, Eastereggs from Stinatz, Steinoil from Tyrol, Augarten Porcellan, crystal creations from Swarowski, Sacher cake from Vienna, delicious wines posted by the "Flaschenpost" etc.