The hand-carved nutcrackers, nativity figurines and filigree Christmas stars are the real deal at this traditional craft shop.
Pistachio, nougat and dark-chocolate dreams, the Mozartkugeln (Mozart balls) here are still handmade to Paul Fürst’s original 1890 recipe and cost €1.20 per mouthful. Other specialities include cube-shaped Bach Würf…
A mouse-sized Austrian cheese shop, crammed with creamy alpine varieties, holey Emmental and fresh cheese with herbs.
Housed in a 16th-century townhouse and a music shop since 1847, this is the place to pick up high-quality recordings of the Salzburg Festival. There’s a huge selection of classical, jazz, chanson and folk CDs and DV…
Lanz is just the place if it's a tight-fitting Dirndl or a snazzy felt hat you're after.
Pure salt from Salzburgerland and the Himalayas, herbal salts and rock-salt tea lights are among the high-sodium wonders here.
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 knocking fine fabrics into Dirndls and dapper traditional costumes, Salzburger Heimatwerk does a fine line in local handicrafts, schnapps, preserves and honeys.
Made in Austria, Zotter’s organic, fair-trade chocolate – including unusual varieties like Styrian pumpkin, ginger-carrot and mountain-cheese–walnut – is divine. Dip a spoon into the choc fountain and try samples fr…
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.