• Karmelitermarkt Vienna
  • Tucked alongside of Taborstraße, Karmelitermarkt is the largest outdoor food market of Vienna’s 2nd district. Traditionally a place to pick up fresh produce trucked in from predominantly local farms on the outskirts of Vienna, the market has recently evolved into a culinary hot-spot, as restaurants and cafes continue to pop up in and around the market. If you’re on a tight budget, rest assured that you can still find a good old-fashioned roasted… More info
    Karmelitermarkt, Vienna, 1020
  • Tony's laufshop Vienna
  • Established in 1983, Tony's Laufshop is dedicated to the sport of running. This is the place for runners who know that finding the right shoe is about more than just trying on one or two different sizes. Customers at Tony's Laufshop have the chance to run on a treadmill while a high-speed camera records the way their feet strike the ground. Using this information, the store's employees, most of whom are all dedicated runners themselves, provide a… More info
    Praterstrasse 21, Vienna, 1020
  • Wubet Vienna
  • Arnold Haas founded Wubet in Ethiopia with the vision of merging modern design with local weaving tradition. Translating to "beauty" in the Ethiopian Amharic language, the label's hand-woven shawls gained recognition with fashionistas on both sides of the Atlantic, leading Haas to open his flagship store in March of 2010 in Praterstrasse, an up-and-coming neighborhood and creative incubator. Having since relocated to Santiago, Chile, Haas… More info
    Praterstrasse 11, Vienna, 1020
  • Song Vienna
  • Song is a boutique and gallery with an ever-changing selection of clothing, accessories, design furniture and art shows. Designed by star-architect Gregor Eichinger, this gigantic store-cum-event-space takes up more than 300 square meters. Owner Myung il Song, who studied design at the University for Applied Arts Vienna, is a firm believer in improvisation and chance, which perhaps explains her store's free-spirited feel and look. Together with… More info
    Praterstrasse 11–13, Vienna, 1020
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