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    Leather ware, shoes
    globus Mode
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    We are the South Tyrolean fashion house for the whole family. Our family-run company, founded in 1962, has opened five branches: Bolzano, Merano, Bressanone and Brunico. Here you will find the best garments at unbeatable prices.
    globus° today represents one of the leading fashion houses in South Tyrol. As a family-run business, we place special emphasis on courteous service, specialised advice and customer satisfaction: this is our hallmark and the goal we work towards every day.
    Juwelier Bonaldi, jewellery
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    As a jeweller, Rosella Bonaldi has quite the keen eye. So she must
    have seen something nobody else did when, over 60 years ago, she
    opened her store among a row of modern apartments behind which
    only green fields grew. However, since then, Bolzano has spread to
    the south and new blocks of flats have sprung up like wild mushrooms.
    More apartments mean more people, and more residents
    mean potential customers. Bonaldi had moved from Bergamo to
    try her luck by opening her own business. Fortune must favour
    the bold, for it is still alive and kicking – thriving, actually – now
    managed by her daughters when she stepped down in 1996. Right
    place, right time, even when the gold and precious jewels business
    snowballed, she was helped by three sisters in the shop. So while
    the shop is still run by women as in the past, it has unfortunately
    suffered a change of fortunes, reminiscent of those old Hollywood
    movies, due to the dramatic change in how people shop. Bolzano’s
    first shopping centre opened ten years ago to much fanfare, which
    translated to a 30% drop in business for smaller stores. A trend
    compounded by the rise of digitalisation and the resulting change in
    how people now favour online shopping compared to visiting brick
    and mortar establishments.
    The shop’s regular clientele spans three generations – but sisters
    Elena and Silvia wanted to reach out to a new target market, especially
    online consumers. Since then, they’ve made targeted investments
    in their social media presence: their Youtube videos regale
    people with details, facts, and trivia about diamonds, what is meant
    by “pure gold”, and how to tell the difference between 24 karat
    and 14 karat gold, or how to spot fake pearls from a mile away. And
    believe it or not, you can also find them on TikTok and Instagram
    showcasing their products, while Facebook is reserved for presenting
    new products. Different media but all united by the family’s
    knowledge and expertise.
    J. Mohr, sewing machines
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Back in the day, Pfaff sewing machines were sold from door to door –
    and that’s exactly what Josef Mohr from Swabia did. He opened the
    shop in the Portici in 1911 and the range of products also included
    typewriters and, at a later stage, gramophones, and records. His
    sons, Alfred and Karl, grew the business with the help of their wives
    by adding repair and delivery services. Christian Mohr represents
    the third generation to run the business, and the trained sewing
    machine technician became the store owner in 1990. He learnt the
    importance of diligent work and being close to one’s customers
    from his father Karl and mother Maria, phased out the slowly shrivelling
    music department with its outdated CDs after renovating the
    store, and got rid of wool and knitting utensils to expand his sewing
    clientele with more professional and numerous services.
    Other producers
    Butcher's shop Egger
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Located in Piazza delle Erbe / Obstplatz, right in the gastronomic heart of the city, Butcher's shop Egger pampers all meat lovers with tasted and genuine products.

    Meat and sausages
    Taste of Italy
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Are you looking for a place where you can eat well, enriching your holiday in Bolzano? The Project “Taste Of Italy” was created to pamper your senses. With the app you can choose the best Italian restaurants and discover the city districts.
    Leather ware, shoes
    Moiré Fashion
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    MOIRÉ represents exceptional women’s fashion and care-free shopping in a beautifully designed space. In the 3 Moiré Fashion shops – two in the heart of Bolzano, one in Merano – elegance and charm are combined in the name of fashion to create a unique style.
    Paints, Wallpapers
    Tiozzo, specialised paperhanger and decorator
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Tiozzo Severino was born in the province of Padova in 1923. He was
    a paperhanger and the grandfather of today’s owner. The young
    tradesman moved to Bolzano and in 1946 decided to set up his own
    business in Via Genoa. The store specialised in producing wool mattresses.
    A niche product if there ever was one. But back in the day
    it sold exceptionally well, and was particularly well received by the
    Italian immigrants living in the Semirurali worker neighbourhood,
    which had been created after World War II. All things change and, in
    1959, grandfather Severino moved to Via Torino and stopped selling
    mattresses in favour of curtains and wallpapers. In 1985, his sons
    Roberto and Silvano joined the family-run business, and his nephew
    Mirco took over after his uncle retired in 2006.
    Stand-out traits
    The modern store boasts floor-to-ceiling windows which flood
    the store with plenty of natural light. This setup also establishes a
    direct connection with Bolzano’s industrial estate’s busy roads, as
    the store is located opposite the historical Valbruna steelworks and
    right next to the innovative NOI techpark. What all the business’
    clients have in common is measures scribbled on sheets of paper or the blueprint of their apartment, the key ingredients when purchasing
    duvets and kitchen linen, curtains, awnings, and solutions
    to provide shade. All these are tailored or adapted to the client’s
    specifications in the workshop on the first floor, while the workshop
    in the cellar is where the upholstery magic takes place across a sea
    of divans, armchairs, and chairs.
    Paints, Wallpapers
    T. Gasser, haberdashery
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Let’s start at the very beginning with some hard facts. Therese Gasser
    was born in Millan, near Bressanone, but at the tender age of 23 took
    over the small haberdashery shop in Bolzano from her aunt Zenz Öttl.
    Therese worked in the shop most of her life, supported by two apprentices,
    sisters Kreszenz and Anna Kaufmann. In 1921, as she didn’t
    have children, Therese decided to give her store and, with it, her
    surname, to the “Gasser Gals” – her employees. In 1972, Anna’s niece,
    Gertraud Sauer, née Kaufmann, took over the business after having
    spent part of her married life in Munich and having acquired considerable
    experience selling leather clothes. The small shop has been
    run by women for the equivalent of four generations and became
    Gertraud’s pride and joy – so much so she only stopped going in every
    day at the ripe old age of 90! In 2011, her son Wolfgang Sauer stepped
    up to oversee the business’ administration while two women still
    advise and help clients find what they need in keeping with tradition.
    N. Lorenzi
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    From the smallest pocket knife to excellent slicers, everything on display is high-quality kitchenware: knives, scissors, cookware, cutting utensils, all kinds of collectible tools that you can use at work or give as a present. In all the Lorenzi shops you can find hundreds of different utensils, each of them produced by the best manufacturing companies.
    Zanoni hardware
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Ario Selenati came from Trieste and, together with his wife, and the
    uncle of today’s owner, opened a hardware store. In 1970, the then
    employee – Albino Zanoni – took over the business and renamed it.
    In 2014, after helping his uncle Albino in the store for many years
    and learning the ropes of the trade on the job, following his technical
    vocational studies, Silvio Zanoni started running the business.
    Stand-out traits
    You know you’ll always get excellent and friendly customer service
    here, regardless of the type of request you have –
    a new toolbox, a garden top or stockpot, a mixer, two screws or a
    copy of one’s keys.
    Goldsmith Mall
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Eduard Mall’s name is still in display in the shop. He was apprenticed
    after the Second World War to one of the legendary goldsmiths
    of the city, namely Ferdinand Schubert (originally from
    Vienna), who left him the shop after an accident made it difficult
    for him to continue. In 1958, Eduard set up shop by opening a small
    workshop in Piazza Erbe, which created jewellery and watches. In
    the mid-1960s, Eduard Mall moved to Via Goethe. In 1970, his son
    Günther became an apprentice in the family-run business, and he
    deepened his skills in other places during the summer – especially
    in small goldsmith workshops in Florence, Gallarate, Valenza, Padova
    and Pforzheim. He worked on designing, preparing, and altering
    jewellery and jewels. Even the women of the family have always
    worked in the business: first, Gunther’s mother and sister, then his
    wife Renata, who joined the family business in 1988. The couple has
    been running the business since 2001.
    Optician, photography
    Facincani, opticians
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    He came with his family from Veneto to South Tyrol in the 1930s as
    a small child. At first, they lived in San Candido, where the railwayman’s
    father was punished because he was anti-fascist. So they soon
    moved to Bolzano on Via Torino, where Renzo Facincani worked and
    lived for a lifetime right next to the district optician shop he opened
    in 1960. He had learned the trade at another well-known optician’s
    who would have liked to hand over his shop to him. However,
    Renzo wanted to open his own business and provide a service to
    his neighbours. And that’s exactly what he did, stopping just shortly
    before his death in 2020. He worked six days a week, and became
    a household name as an expert optician as well as repairing and
    adapting lenses. The store has been run since the year 2000 by
    son Roberto Facincani, representing the second generation of the
    family-run business.
    Thaler Beautiful things
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Back in the day, butchers would throw out whatever parts they
    couldn’t use or sell into courtyards – but as the adage goes, somebody’s
    trash is another’s treasure, and so chandlers would gleefully
    collect those valuable ingredients to make their candles and soaps.
    It made sense then for Josef Anton Thaler to open a soap workshop
    in 1763 in the very same place where Thaler’s modern premises lie.
    He was so successful he later went on to become a supplier of medical
    goods to the court and a colonial warehouse and shop for the
    local populations: local farmers would come into town to purchase
    spices from the Middle East, among other items on display. In 1946,
    the Schwienbacher family purchased the store. Hans Schwienbacher
    was a far-sighted man who succeeded in creating a booming
    business, set up a wholesale operation and then handed control
    and oversight to his daughters Heidi and Veronika. The siblings are
    still very much involved in running the company. At the turn of the
    century, having a niche was seen as that extra special something –
    in this case, exclusive perfumes, wellbeing and beauty routines, and
    luxury design and furniture for the living areas. In 2012, the family
    decided to expand their business and started dipping their toes in
    the beverage and restaurant world.
    Laboratorio Espresso
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Luca Pintimalli is a bona fide coffee maestro, a passion he has
    nurtured from a very early age all thanks to his mother. She’d discovered
    the café boasting its very own roastery. It was love at first
    sight. “The first exclusive roastery in Bolzano, a universe of green
    coffee beans and an aroma which wafted across the entire neighbourhood.”
    His parents purchased Tropical Caffè in 1981 from the
    previous owners, who’d been running it for two generations in the
    Europa-Novacella neighbourhood. Luca was brought up between
    jute coffee bags and behind the shop’s counter. He contributed
    more to the business as his mother, Nadia, started to decline due
    to a severe sickness; in 2014, she passed away, and Luca decided to
    interrupt his studies in Padova and Trento to dive headfirst into the
    universe of coffee. He never looked back and was swept away by the
    world of coffee, raw materials, and supply chains, making him the
    coffee expert he is today.
    Your senses come alive upon crossing the tiny café’s door. You’re
    enveloped in a sweet, heady aroma of coffee, and your gaze sweeps
    over the coffee grinders and all the other necessary equipment, select chocolate pralines, Italian sugared almonds, and rare sweets,
    until it rests on the valuable coffee beans from the four corners of
    the world. Aha! The culprits of that wonderful aroma. The café is a
    meeting point for all coffee gourmands from the neighbourhood
    and the city at large. If you fancy tasting the same coffee prepared
    using different methods – from an espresso machine through a
    French press, paper filter to much, much more, you’re in coffee Eldorado.
    You can also purchase exclusive coffee-based gifts or simply
    find out more about the vast and diverse world of coffee.
    Fashion, clothing
    Oberrauch Zitt, fashion
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    If only walls could talk, this building alone would be worth a visit. It
    was home for 170 years to a dynasty which traded in fabrics, founded
    by the cloth merchant Anton Oberrauch, and is now a successful
    Italian fashion and sporting goods empire. When renovating the
    premises in the 1950s, the operation was seen as an opportunity
    to rethink the business – which is what the head of the family did.
    Heinrich Oberrauch (†2017) converted the fabric shop into a prêt-aporter
    shop and merged it with the Zitt fashion store (which belonged
    to his mother Julie Zitt in Merano). Et voila, the Oberrauch Zitt brand
    was born. A brand which also encapsulated a guiding principle, i.e.
    leveraging tradition and reinterpreting it. The flash of genius struck
    Heinrich during his honeymoon in Scandinavia when he noticed how
    Norwegian sweaters were flying off the shelf when marketed as souvenirs.
    That was the beginning of the traditional costume and loden
    fashion brand, Oberrauch Zitt, with Luis Trenker one of its most loyal
    customers. Nowadays, when you think of “loden” you automatically
    think of Oberrauch Zitt – a fabric that soon helped South Tyrol to
    market itself as a tourism destination besides staple “products” such
    as apples, wine and the Dolomites. Train stations are weird, wonderful
    places – but surely the sight of lodens being delivered while trains
    passed by Bolzano must have been a bit too much! But that’s just
    how much Oberrauch Zitt’s loden were appreciated. One of Heinrich’s
    sons – current owner Heiner Oberrauch – became the store’s manager in 1999 and founded the Lodenwelt in Vandoies, which also
    included a museum, as well as the Oberalp/SALEWA group of sporting
    goods together with his brother Georg (see globus on page 47),
    the Sportler company and many, many more.
    Fashion, clothing
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Located in the heart of Bolzano, historical brand of menswear. Since 1995, the elegance of the garments, the quality of the fabric, eye to manifacture and detail, made Kiro’s a well appreciated point of reference for those who want to dress smart. Among the top products, shirts in custom fit and regular fit versions with sizes ranging from 38 to 46. Kiro’s shops are to be found in via die Portici 73 and in via Museo 38.

    Juwelier Resia, jewellery
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    If you were ever to wonder what someone from the Don Bosco
    neighbourhood looks like, then simply hit up Fabio Gambaroni, who
    was born and brought up here. Back in the day, he and his grandmother
    bought his first watch at the Juwelier Resia, then owned by
    Elena Mittempergher, and who shared the premises with a watchmaker.
    A small, simple range of products stood to attention: yellow
    gold necklaces, silver bracelets for men, and some watches. Fabio
    Gambaroni took over the shop in 1993 when he was only 24. He
    loves his job and has been serving people on his own ever since.
    Stand-out traits
    Talking is something Fabio is good at, be it for a chat or when advising
    potential customers. If there’s a request, he’ll see to it, is what
    he says with a big smile on his face. His attitude and the simple,
    stylish interiors are what make the store so appealing in the first
    place. He’s not interested in competing against the other, big dealers
    – he’d much rather focus on slipping between the cracks they
    leave open, providing traditional and extraordinary items of jewellery.
    He’s also happy to change watches’ batteries or refer people to
    the right person if more complex repairs are required.
    Fashion, clothing
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Born as the first shop for workwear in South Tyrol, Kuntner - top for job has been combining a wide range of professional workwear including safety shoes and accessories with finishing and reliable service since 1964. In gastronomy, medicine and care, handicrafts and industry, it is close to our heart to clothe a wide variety of professions from head to toe: For this, we rely on our generations of experience in daily customer contact as well as quality products from strong brands. New in our range: team wear and leisure wear for a good balance between work and leisure. We hope you enjoy browsing and finding what you are looking for!
    Optician, photography
    Gianni, opticians
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    When it first opened at the end of the 1960s, the store was a third
    of its current space. Gianni Guerra opened the opticians with wife
    Vanda and their son Luca – the current owner – studied optometry
    at university to then join the family business in 1995. Gianni also realised
    his dream and received the master optician diploma 30 years
    after his journeyman’s examination. Luca’s wife Arabella also joined
    the company a few years later, just one of the many additions to the
    ever-growing company.
    Stand-out traits
    Lucas and Arabella purchased an automatic phoropter at a trade fair
    three years ago to provide high-precision results in vision measurement
    and lens determination. The smart vision tester takes up one
    of the rooms in the back of the store and has proved to be immensely
    helpful when assessing the eyesight of children and the elderly.
    On top of that, the store is the only authorised Cartier concessionaire
    in South Tyrol. An important recognition as the luxury Parisian
    brand selects its partners following strict criteria.
    Gutweniger Giocattoli
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    In 1946, Emil Gutweniger opened the first toy shop in the historic Bozner Lauben in Bolzano. After 60 years under the Bozner Lauben, the new location was inaugurated in 2005 in Dr. Streiter Gasse, at the corner of Vintlergalerie. Today we are the first and largest shop in this gallery and also known as the shop with the slide.


    Our shop has been run as a family business for 3 generations and about 14 employees support us in our work every day. We are happy to assist you with helpful tips and ideas, because we know what is important when it comes to play and can cater for different age groups. A personal conversation with us is sure to lead to a satisfactory result. We replace the search engine on the Internet for you and, in addition, you can touch the goods with us, partly also test them and take them away immediately.
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