The best shops are along the arcaded Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse in the heart of the Altstadt, and along its extension, Maria-Theresien-Strasse; and the adjoining streets Meraner Strasse and Anichstrasse. Innsbruck is the place to buy native Tyrolean clothing, particularly lederhosen (traditional brushed leather shorts and trousers) and loden (sturdy combed-wool jackets and vests). Look also for cut crystal and woodcarvings; locally handmade, delicate silver-filigree pins make fine gifts.
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