Mariahilfer Strasse

Mariahilfer Strasse, Vienna: Address, Phone Number, Mariahilfer Strasse Reviews: 4/5

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Irina I.
Chisinau, Moldova131 contributions
Family
A very long shopping street. With almost all fast fashion retail brands. But be aware that at the moment they are having a couple of major construction work going there, so if you plan to book a hotel there, I highly suggest you to rethink it. The pedestrian part is still there, alright, but with all the construction there.. you hardly enjoy it, because that part is a mess. Shoppers, tourists, cyclists, joggers, construction workers, beggars.. etc..
Written September 23, 2021
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zdaati
Vienna, Austria3,380 contributions
Couples
Bit sad to walk this nice street with all closed due to covid but this is the new normal. Calm and not as normal full of people but i guess this is something to see as well, street starts close to museamquartier and is a nice walk with some interesting building to see along the way. And hopefuly in the future all the shops and resturants will be again open.
Written February 9, 2021
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190383George
Nicosia, Cyprus152 contributions
Solo
If you like shopping, this is the right place in Vienna.Lots of famous brands are here, and if you get there in sales time, you will definitely find something to buy( prices are high in normal period).But even if you are not a shopaholic, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes just to sit and enjoy your meal.Go there if you are in Vienna.
Written August 25, 2020
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Felix Trunz
1 contribution
Family
Snipes in Wien

I was three times there.
It was really impressive, because it was very big. There it has some realy nice clothing. I like the entrance where the staff is. They were very friedly. I loved the collection from Nike and Vans. They have a lot of other collections I like. I bought 2 shirts and one pair of shoes and they are very good. I wear them really often and the quality is still fine. I also like the other snipes shops, but this one is my favorite because they had so many things from bottles up to pairs of socks. The shop is just perfect.
Written September 22, 2020
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Purnima Jain
Bengaluru, India1,247 contributions
Friends
*) Mariahilfer Straße is home to international giants like H&M, Zara, Berska, American Apparel, Desigual, Diesel, Esprit, Mango, Pull & Bear, Promod and Forever 21, but you’ll also find plenty of unique local shops and full-on departments stores like Gerngross. There are cafes, ice cream parlors, and multiple rooftop eateries, offering everything from schnitzel to sushi. Shops are open Monday to Wednesday from 9am to 7pm, Thursday and Friday 9:30am to 8pm, and Saturday from 9:30am to 6pm. Closed on Sunday.
*) Here you will find a diverse mix of shops from boutique to chain stores.
*) There are drinking fountains and seats if you want to take rest and people-watch.
*) Mostly car-free, so you can cross and do both sides of the road easily.
*) The street is very long and straight and most shops close at 6-7 PM so make sure you go early if you want to see everything.
*) If you are here for shopping its the Innere Mariahilfer Strasse that you want to go and not Äussere Mariahilfer Strasse.
*) The inner section of Mariahilfer Strasse or Innere Mariahilfer Strasse stretches between MuseumsQuartier and Westbahnhof (Innere Mariahilfer Strasse) is well covered by metro (U-Bahn). There are four metro stations along Innere Mariahilfer Strasse (sorted by location from the city centre towards Westbahnhof):
MuseumsQuartier (U-Bahn line U2);
Neubaugasse (U3);
Zieglergasse (U3);
Westbahnhof (U3 and U6).
*) Compared to this, Kartner and Graben strasse are more for high-end shopping.
*) It has usual eateries such as McDonalds and Starbucks. There's also a Vapiano.
*) The foods are varieties: kebab, ice cream, pizza, pastry, Chinese and local/traditional Viennese. Fashions for middle and middle up class like H&M, Zarra, Bijoux, etc. Supermaket for everyday need: Billa, etc.
Written November 4, 2017
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Alexandra C
Belgrade, Serbia77 contributions
Family
No picture? Just a few reviews? Such low ranking? What a shame! Sister shopaholics, this is the place to shop in Vienna! Becky Brendon would love it! Great place for shopping :)
Written October 26, 2012
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nuyu_12
Toronto, Canada78 contributions
Business
If you really want to shop then I guess it is worthwhile....all the typical stores repeated every few blocks. Prices are expensive and there is nothing unique at all. Spend your time elsewhere!
Written October 16, 2012
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Lia H
Bogota, Colombia1,014 contributions
Family
Having so many other beautiful streets in vienna, im not sure what the big fuss is about, an uphill street from museum quartier, with normal stores, starbucks, mc donalds, and things that wouldnt be considered local. I felt like i was in any city anywhere in the world, not charming vienna
Written July 19, 2018
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HINA W
Islamabad, Pakistan6,322 contributions
This is a good place to do your shopping. It is much cheaper than Kohlmarkt and Stephanplatz. It is probably Europe's longest shopping street. It is well connected with the Undergroud Metro. You can find many reasonable souvinir shops and eateries here. In my opinion this is the best place to stay in Vienna.
Written August 25, 2015
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Emad K
Israel13 contributions
Couples
very long busy street, lots of stores.. some good pubs too. dont know about prices because we didnt shop much.
nothing too special though
Written December 23, 2019
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