• Wolfrum books Vienna (Books & Music, Bookstore)
  • The name Wolfrum has been well known by art aficionados throughout Vienna since 1919, when Marie Wolfrum took over from Joseph Löwy, then the imperial publisher of photography and art. While in its early days Wolfrum's primary business consisted of buying and selling paintings, photos and other types of prints, after the second world war it expanded to include postcards, calendars and custom frames. Today, under the ownership of Hubert Wolfrum… More info
    Augustinerstrasse 10, Vienna, 1010
  • Chicklit Vienna (Books & Music, Specialty Books)
  • The bookstore ChickLit is the newest project of the Verein zur Förderung feministischer Projekte (Association for the Promotion of Feminist Projects). Located on Kleeblattgasse, a charming old cobblestoned street in Vienna’s historic center, ChickLit’s doors opened in January 2012 in the location of the association’s former Frauenzimmer meeting space. The store’s wooden shelves are stocked with material from a diverse array of genre’s including… More info
    Kleeblattgasse 7, Vienna, 1010
  • Shakespeare & company Vienna (Books & Music, Specialty Books)
  • It's no secret that websites like amazon and Google Books are making life increasingly difficult for traditional neighborhood bookstores. Obviously, we're not internet-phobes, but we insist that a visit to Shakespeare and Co. remains the best way to procure English-language books in Vienna. Opening in 1981 in the vicinity of the Hoher Markt, Shakespeare and Co. was originally run by Mrs. Zobel, before being taken over by Mr. Perlaki, who… More info
    Sterngasse 2, Vienna, 1010
  • Singer bookshop Vienna (Books & Music, Specialty Books)
  • Located on the premises of the Jewish Museum in the 1st district, the Singer Bookshop has Vienna's largest selection of classic and contemporary Jewish literature. Opened by Dorothy Singer in 1996 as part of a larger museum renovation project, this store's selection ranges from fictional works of up-and-coming Jewish authors to kosher cook books on regional cuisine. The non-fiction section has a strong emphasis on Judaism and Jewish history, and… More info
    Dorotheergasse 11, Vienna, 1010
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