Grünmarkt (Green Market)

The Green Market is a Salzburg institution. Exactly when the market started is unknown. What we do know is that it was moved to Universitätsplatz (University Square) on 1st May 1857 where it is still held today. The market offers fresh, high quality food and fresh flowers. It’s well worth taking a stroll around the many stalls.

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Salzburg’s historic city centre is a shopper’s paradise. Getreidegasse and Judengasse are the most famous shopping streets in the city. Here you’ll find traditional and long-established shops alongside international brands and small exclusive boutiques. To make the shopping experience even better, we recommend visiting one of the many traditional Austrian coffee houses.

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Linzergasse has been one of the most important thoroughfares in Salzburg since Roman times and hasn’t lost any of its bustle today – except of course that it’s now a pedestrian zone. Many of the wonderful, historical buildings have a history that extends back to the 14th or 15th century. Today, Linzergasse offers numerous shops and boutiques, as well as cafes, bars and restaurants. Perfect for a stroll around the shops.

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Kaigasse is another of Salzburg’s interesting streets that is filled with boutiques and arts & crafts shops, as well as many cafes, bars and restaurants. It is well worth taking a walk to Kaigasse where you can enjoy a stroll through the narrow streets lined with historic buildings.

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BIO-Bauernmarkt (Organic Farmers’ Market)

There is an Organic Farmers Market every Friday morning on Kajetanerplatz in Salzburg. Food is all sold by the producers directly, making it the perfect place to stock up on quality organic produce. The stalls include butchers, dairies and bakeries, as well as stands selling drinks and fresh fruit & veg.

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Schrannenmarkt is one of the most famous markets in the city of Salzburg and has been known for its local produce since 1906. The weekly market is open every Thursday from 5 am until 1 pm with stalls offering fresh local food, flowers and used goods. This is a traditional market that is well worth a visit. Exact dates and opening times can be found on the Schrannenmarkt website.

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Salzachgalerien arts and crafts market

Every weekend in summer, the largest open-air arts and crafts bazaar in Austria springs up along the Salzach river. Approx. 600 exhibitors from around the world present their arts and crafts. And there are lots of culinary delights for visitors to enjoy too. This an arts and crafts extravaganza that should not be missed. Exact dates and opening times can be found on the Salzachgalerien (Salzach Galleries) website.

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The former Schloss Lasserhof (Lasserhof Palace) has been transformed into a shopping destination by the company Trachten Gössl. At the Gwandhaus, you can discover and buy the latest in exclusive Tracht (traditional Austrian dress). There is also a restaurant with a large sun terrace and a museum in the Gwandhaus for that mid-shopping break.

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The largest shopping centre in Salzburg is located on the outskirts of the city and is easy to access by car or public transport. The Europark offers exclusive boutiques and international fashion chains, as well as restaurants, jewellery stores, electronics stores and much more. IKEA Salzburg is also located on the Europark complex.

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Traditional businesses

You can feel Salzburg’s extensive history at every turn. Consequently, it’s no surprise that a variety of traditional businesses still offer their products in Salzburg today. These businesses have passed on knowledge from generation to generation and the result is exclusive, high quality products. The Salzburg website gives an overview of the city’s long-established and traditional businesses.

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