Shopping in Val Pusteria
SHOPS
Shopping in Val Pusteria
SHOPS
Shopping street in the evening in winter | © Helmut Moling
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On a shopping tour in Bruneck

So, you have already savoured the natural and cultural treasures of our region and are now in the mood for an exhilarating shopping tour? Amidst its sights and the relaxed atmosphere of many cafés, the historic centre of Bruneck/Brunico boasts the perfect location for a classic shopping spree. Stroll along the vibrant city alley called “Stadtgasse”, discover many different shops, let the colourful shop windows entice you to step inside and browse through the great variety of products. From international fashion chains and classy boutiques to gourmet and traditional shops – there are products to suit every taste and lifestyle. Yet, there is one thing you shouldn’t miss: make sure to stop off at one of the welcoming bars and cafés to relax with a delicious cup of coffee or raise a glass to a successful shopping trip while savouring a refreshing aperitif!

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Our tips

In August, the “long Fridays” ensure an extra-long shopping experience as the city centre is enlivened by music and gastronomy whilst the shops stay open until 10.30 p.m.

 

→ If you are interested in experiencing the characteristic flair of a traditional local market, you should plan a visit at the end of October. This is when the largest market in Tyrol takes place: the “Stegener Markt” (or “Stega Morscht” as we call it) is a great highlight which attracts visitors from different regions and countries to our valley.

View from the city to the town gate | © Hannes Niederkofler
View from the city to the town gate | © Hannes Niederkofler
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Local producers & markets

The Kronplatz Dolomites Region is also a great place to look for all kinds of homemade, handmade and regional products outside the city of Bruneck. Family-run businesses, artisans and local producers are waiting to surprise you with their skilful creations and mouth-watering treats in the quaint villages surrounding the Kronplatz/Plan de Corones. On top of that, you will find weekly and farmers’ markets offering fresh regional fruit and vegetables, fish and meat, cheese and pasta as well as schnapps, souvenirs, decorations and much more. If you fancy looking for a little piece of the Pustertal valley to take back home for yourself or as a gift, this is where you’ll find it!

Bruneck and surroundings
Floorer Oberarzbacher
Construction sector, trade
Val Casies Valley - Monguelfo - Tesido
Optics Cadore
Open
closed
Optician, photography
Bruneck and surroundings
BWR GmbH/Srl
Construction sector, trade
Bruneck and surroundings
Graber & Partner – Economic advisor
Open
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Other service providers
Bruneck and surroundings
harpf Drink Shops
Open
closed
Beverages
Bruneck and surroundings
Frisch Bakery
Open
closed
Bread and baked goods
Antholz Valley
HELL isch guit - Catering
Other service providers
San Vigilio - San Martin
Tessitura Pedevilla
Open
closed
Souvenirs
Antholz Valley
Messner Werner - DECORATOR
Open
closed
Construction sector, trade
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