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What to buy in the Graben

Visiting Vienna? Check out some of these specialties as a souvenirs to take home.

Albin Denk - Visit this historic glass and Porcelain shop established in 1702 which today is no less famed than during the height of the empire.  Located at    website

Altmann & Kühne - Confectioners of luxury the shop is known for it's pretty boxes as much as their delicious content. Taking inspirations from it's history and the buildings around you will find selections for all tastes and ages. From chilled fresh cream truffels through to prailines of many varieties all hand made and packed with loving care. Find their cozy shop at Graben 30.  website

HÖGL - Austria's hottest ladies foot wear company has a great store on the Graben. Find them at # 11. website

WMF - Known also by it's full name of Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik this outstanding historic company founded in 1853 in Germany.  Today browse their shop on the Graben to see everything from prefessional coffee machines thorugh small electrical apliances to knives, dishes and trays of an unbeatable quality. Located right at the end of the Graben, the address is officially Stock-im-Eisen-Platz 3, you will find it next to the Deutsche Bank Österreich. website

Wilhelm Frick - These traditional book sellers have kept up with the times and their luxurious facilities at 27 on the Graben is worth many hours browsing. website

Dorotheergasse, Singergasse - Don't miss strolling down these side streets from the Graben where antique shops both modern and traditional can be found.

 

E. Braun & Co - Opened in Vienna in 1893, selling ready-to-wear clothing and fine linens. Gustav Oser, the founder’s grandson, moved to New York City in 1943 with his mother and together they opened a branch of E. Braun & Co. devoted almost exclusively to fine linens. In the decades that followed, Oser assembled linen treasures from around the world at a “jewel box” of a store on Madison Avenue. Since 1988, new ownership has revived and revitalized this century-old firm. While cultivating the greatest respect — and understanding — of the classic styles that made the house a Madison Avenue landmark, E. Braun &. Co. has also emerged as the premier source of distinctively contemporary linens and accessories. Custom creativity is the way E. Braun & Co. sets itself apart from other fine linen houses. The expert staff works with customers or their designers to create distinctive linens uniquely tailored to their visions of the perfect home. Always responsive to customer needs and sensitivities, E. Braun & Co. seeks constantly to expand not only its selection of impeccably fine merchandise but also its range of equally impeccable services.

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