Green market - 1,1 km
The green market is a real institution in Salzburg. It is not known exactly when the market first took place, but on May 1, 1857 it was moved to the University Square, where it is still located today. In the market you can buy fresh and quality food and fresh flowers. A stroll through the market is definitely worth it!
Getreidegasse - 1,3 km
In Salzburg's old town you will find a real shopping paradise. The Getreidegasse and the Judengasse are the most famous shopping areas in the city of Salzburg. In addition to traditional and long-established shops, you will also find international chains and small luxury boutiques. To make shopping even more beautiful, we recommend a visit to one of the many typical Austrian coffee houses.
Linzergasse - 1,6 km
Linzergasse was an important main artery in Roman times and has not lost any of its busyness to this day - except, of course, that it is now a pedestrian zone. Many of the beautiful and historic houses look back on a chronicle dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries. Today you will find numerous shops, boutiques and of course cafés, bars and restaurants along Linzergasse. Perfect for a shopping spree!
Kaigasse - 1,7 km
Organic farmers market - 2 km
Every Friday morning you can stock up on high-quality and organically grown products at the organic farmers' market at the Kajetanerplatz in Salzburg. All food is sold directly by the producers. Under the stands you will find butchers, cheese factories, bakeries, drinks and fresh fruit and vegetables.
Schrannenmarkt - 2,2 km
The Schrannenmarkt is one of the most famous markets in the city of Salzburg. The weekly market for regional products has been known since 1906. Every Thursday from 05:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m., you can shop for fresh regional food, flowers or consumer goods. A visit to the traditional market is definitely worth it. The exact dates and opening times can be found on the Schrannenmarkt website.
Gwandhaus - 3,6 km
The Trachten Gössl company converted the former Lasserhof Palace into a real shopping highlight. In the Gwandhaus you can discover the most exclusive traditional costumes and of course also buy them. For the break between shopping there is also a restaurant with a large sun terrace and a museum in the Gwandhaus.
Europark - 5,4 km
The largest shopping center in Salzburg is located on the outskirts of the city and is easily accessible by car or public transport. The Europark is home to fine boutiques and international fashion chains, as well as restaurants, jewelry stores, electronics stores and much more. IKEA Salzburg is also located on the grounds of the Europark.
Traditional Salzburg businesses
The long history of the city of Salzburg can be felt in every corner. It is therefore not surprising that a large number of traditional companies still offer their products today. The knowledge was passed on from generation to generation and the result is high-quality and exclusive products. On the Salzburg website you will find an overview of the traditional businesses in the city.
To the traditional Salzburg businesses