Embracing the Tracht (traditional costume) trend is Ploom, where designer Tanja Pflaum has playfully and successfully reinvented the Dirndl. Her boutique is a wonderland of floaty femininity: a sky-blue bodice or a …
Pistachio, nougat and dark-chocolate dreams, the Mozartkugeln (Mozart balls) here are still handmade to Paul Fürst’s original 1890 recipe. Other specialities include cube-shaped Bach Würfel – coffee, nut and marzipa…
In Getreidegasse’s narrowest house, family-run Sporer has been intoxicating local folk with Austrian wines, herbal liqueurs and famous Vogelbeer (rowan berry) schnapps since 1903.
As well as knocking fine fabrics into Dirndls and dapper traditional costumes, Salzburger Heimatwerk does a fine line in local handicrafts, schnapps, preserves and honeys.
For a whiff of nostalgia and a packet of sage throat pastilles, nip into this wonderfully old-fashioned, wood-panelled pharmacy. Salzburg’s oldest, it was founded in 1591.
Sidling up to Stiftskirche St Peter, this monastery shop stocks everything from hand-carved angels and rosaries to gentian syrup, monastic beer, wine and liqueurs.
Wenger stocks figure-hugging Lederhosen for ladies and Dirndls, from below-the-knee Heidi to thigh-flashing diva creations trimmed with ribbons and lace.
A real delight for craft beer and cider lovers, this tucked-away shop does a creative line in ales, porters, stouts and ciders, all set under atmospheric vaults.
Upscale Stassny combines Tracht-making know-how with high-quality fabrics and age-old patterns (stag prints, polka dots, gingham etc).
Pure salt from Salzburgerland and the Himalayas, herbal salts and rock-salt tea lights are among the high-sodium wonders here.