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Mayrhofen is a resort town, so many of its shops cater to the skiers and snowboarders who are on vacation. Hauptstrae (High Street) is home to dozens of other stores: clothing, artisanal crafts and jewelry, and locally-produced food items can all be found here. Those staying in pensions will want to purchase groceries at one of the supermarkets in town.



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  • Billa

    • Am Marienplatz 346
    • Mayrhofen, Austria
    • +43 5285 63424
    • www.billa.at

    The largest supermarket chain in Austria, Billa, carries popular brands at reasonable prices. One-stop shopping for all the food you could need. This location is very close to Hotel Rose, one of the Snowbombing hotels.

  • Spar

    • Rauchenwald 675
    • Mayrhofen, Austria
    • +43 5285 63424
    • www.spar.at

    Spar is another centrally located grocery store. Though they stock pretty much the same items as Billa, the prices here may be slightly lower. Of the two, definitely choose Spar for booze, as the selection is much better.

  • Hervis

    • Einfahrt Mitte 443
    • Mayrhofen, Austria
    • +43 5285 64045
    • www.hervis.at

    This is among the largest winter sports retailers in Mayrhofen, with a good selection and friendly employees. Hervis also has equipment that you can rent during your stay.

  • Hotzone

    A good selection for both men and women. This store stocks the typical clothing and gear for winter sports, but also has skateboards, shoes, swimsuits, and street clothing.

  • Shopping in Innsbruck

    • Innsbruck, Austria

    The nearest shopping destination is Innsbruck, which is just a short train ride away. Take the Mayrhofen im Zillertal to Innsbruck Hbf, changing trains in Jenbach. Total travel time is about an hour and a half. You can plan your route and buy a ticket. For clothing and accessories, there is a great selection of independent boutiques and larger chain stores, just take a look around; for shopping centers, Rathaus Galerien and the architecturally stunning Kaufhaus Tyrol are two popular choices. Design-conscious women will love Bordetto, with well-curated pieces from European lines. Witzmann has an extensive collection of timepieces. There is also a Wolford Boutique, which has some of the highest-quality hosiery available. Austrians are known for their love of great food, so be sure to check out Konditorei Munding for beautiful cakes, pastries, and chocolate. Spezialitäten Aus Der Stiftgasse is great for foodie-approved gifts, like preserves, honey and liqueur. No matter what you're looking for, Innsbruck is the perfect place for a shopping day trip.