36 Hours in Vienna, Austria: Things to Do and See

10:30 a.m. Treat yourself to a knife made from old car parts

Located in the stylish Seventh District, where trench coats are plentiful and sweaters are chunky, the Spittelberg Christmas Market, which runs along a charming cobblestone side street, has a new focus on handcrafted, recycled and upcycled goods in 2023. You’ll find a yurt selling Mongolian wool products and a booth hawking knives made from automobile parts. Bring cash because some booths don’t take cards. If you’re still in a shopping mood, there are many antique shops and boutiques nearby, including Volta Vienna, a home-goods store selling monochromatic sculptural vases, mugs, candelabra and more; Graf&Gräfin, with soft

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