This is my second review of "Einkaufszentrum Atrio"; I have added one point to my previous rating, to "Excellent", because Atrio grows on you. If you look at the features of Atrio, the only shops missing are the (expensive) international branded flagship shops. What you get is an ample string of well-known clothes and shoes shops, a bookshop, two well known shops (Mueller and DM) selling cosmetics and all kind of related stuff, a computer shop, a big picture and sound shop, a travel agency and all sorts of establishments where you can eat and drink. On the top floor is a section for kids entertainment. And do not forget the huge Interspar supermarket. The basement is completely taken by a enormous FREE car park, equipped with red/green LEDs over each parking space, so you can locate a free space simply. And, in case you get bored with the Atrio shops, across the Kaerntner Strasse are more big department stores as XXXLutz (Home and garden) and the Media Markt (Everything electric and electronic). One thing of Atrio I don't understand. How in Austria the European rules on (non-)smoking are implemented. In the Netherlands and also in Italy and other EU countries it is forbidden to smoke in public buildings and also in shops and restaurants. But in Atrio it is forbidden to smoke in the halls and gangways and where the "outside tables" of the restaurants are (OK so far), but in the restaurants, where the food is prepared and displayed, smoking is allowed. If the management of Atrio read this, please explain.
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