Shopping on a Sunday in Vienna

Shops which are also open on Sundays

If you are busy in Vienna, spending your time with sightseeing and visiting all the many attractions in the city, it could happen that you forget something important: shopping! For some visitors, it comes as a surprise that, in Austria, shops are normally closed on Sundays. But in Vienna this will not spoil your holiday mood as enough shops also open their doors on Sundays. You only have to know where they are.


Food shops open on Sunday


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Would you like to buy fresh food on Sunday? No problem – in Vienna everything is possible. Even on a Sunday, you are guaranteed to be able to buy fresh produce. After you have done your shopping, you can then cook something delicious in one of our CheckVIENNA apartments, which are equipped with a modern kitchen.

First of all, we would like to mention the supermarkets, which are located at the larger train stations as it is easy and fast to travel to them by public transport. At Praterstern, there are two supermarkets from larger chains (Billa and Railshop) while at the main train station (Hauptbahnhof), you will discover, in addition to various other shops, an Interspar supermarket. At Westbahnhof, you can shop in a Billa Plus mini market.

Our Tip: On Sundays, the queues can be long in these shops and we recommend that you simply take a longer waiting time into account or simply get up a little earlier to avoid the rush.

Billa, Opening times: daily 6am – 10pm
Railshop, Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 1pm – midnight
Saturday: 24 hours
Sunday: 8am – midnight

Interspar Pronto, Opening times: daily 6am – 11pm
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Billa Plus Minimarkt, Opening times: daily 5:30am – 11pm


Bakeries open on Sunday

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The best way to start a perfect day in Vienna is with fresh and sometimes even warm rolls and cakes. Many bakeries in Vienna are also open on a Sunday, giving you the chance to buy various treats, from rolls and buns to delicious cakes as well as things which you may need on a daily basis, such as milk or butter. You will find everything you need to prepare a wonderful and relaxed breakfast in your CheckVIENNA apartment.

But a trip to a bakery on a Sunday is also an excellent idea for those who want to take advantage of the various low-priced breakfasts on offer. In particular, we can recommend Felzl and Gül, as well as the Vienna Backshop, Ströck Feierabend and the truly trendy branches of Joseph Brot.

Felzl bakery
Address: Helferstorferstrasse 2, 1010 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 6:45am – 6:30pm
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
Sunday: 8am – 1pm
Further branches at:

Gül bakery
Address: Rechte Wienzeile 45, 1050 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Sunday: 24 hours
Further branches at:

Vienna Backshop
Address: Simmeringerhauptstraße 43, 1110 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Sunday: 6am – 10 pm

Ströck Feierabend
Address: Landstraßer Hauptstraße 82, 1030 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 6am – 6:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 7am – 6pm

Joseph Brot
Address: Albertinaplatz, Führichgasse 6, 1010 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 7:30am – 5pm
Sunday: 8am – 1pm
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Kiosks open in Vienna


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If you would like to avoid the hustle and bustle of food shops and supermarkets on Sundays, why not try out the numerous kiosks in Vienna? We are referring to the many Turkish shops as well as mini markets, which are filled with both western and Turkish bakery products guaranteed to make your mouth water.

A strongly brewed Turkish coffee or a sweet baklava (a rich, sweet dessert made with filo pastry, filled with walnuts, almonds or pistachios, held together with sugared syrup) could be a perfect start to a Sunday for many.

Anadolu Backshop
Address: Siebenbrunnengasse 55-57, 1050 Vienna
Opening times:

Montag – Friday: 6am – 10:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 6:15am – 10:30pm

Özkaya Backshop
Address: Meiselstraße 22, 1150 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Saturday: 6am – 11pm
Sunday: 7am – 11pm


Shopping in Vienna on Sunday


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Do you need a souvenir quickly? You have already finished your holiday read or you really want to go shopping? Then you will be happy to hear that some selected shops in Vienna are also open on a Sunday.

In Thalia in Wien Mitte, for example, in addition to books, you will also find small decorations or gifts. Many of the shops in the MuseumsQuartier are also open on a Sunday. A particular highlight is Bonbon Anzinger, where you can buy sweet creations for yourself or to take home as a souvenir from Vienna.

Thalia – Wien Mitte
Address: Landstraßer Hauptstraße 2a/2b, 1030 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 9pm
Sunday: 11am – 9pm

Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna
Shop Opening times:

Bonbon Anzinger
Address: Tegetthoffstrasse 7, 1010 Vienna
Opening times:
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 12pm – 4pm


Also in the city centre, you will find some shops which also open their doors on a Sunday. Some of these are located in the Wollzeile – a small shopping street in Vienna. It would be a good idea to check out the website in order to find out which shops are also open on a Sunday.

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