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Our lodging was on Getreidegasse, one floor above the street; a great location to sit in the window and watch the crowds go by below. The street is full of shops and cafes on either side, from big brand names like Benetton to local shops,...More
This is the main street in Salzburg old part of town. High end brands, luxury names have all found their place here and turned the street into a tourist attraction, even without the shopping segment, the street would still survive on its own simply because...More
Grain Lane, which is the English translation of Getreidgasse, is a magnificent and iconic landmark, in the beautiful City of Salzburg, Austria. It is a pleasant pedestrian strolling "strabe" street, narrow in width but plenty for visitors to admire. It is renowed,amonst other accolades, relating...More
Getreidgasse is a main pedestrian shopping street in the old town and notable for the ornate wrought iron signs above many of the stores. It seems to have become more commercialized over the years and has many high end boutique stores, tourist shops, chocolatiers, cafes,...More
We enjoyed lunch in tnis busy street. The spsc3ial for the day was venison. It was supurb. Service was friendly and efficient. Drinks were at a reasonable price. It was a very pleasant and memorable meal.
This is the main pedestrian shopping and people watching street in the Old Town of Salzburg. It is totally crowded with people, especially in front of Mozart's Birthplace #9 - the yellow house.
It is a great street to see the different wrought iron signs...More
There is no general rule, but usually the fashion stores close at 19.00, and the small supermarkets close at 20.00. However, shops in the area do not have low prices being a tourist area. Regarding food, I recommend to... More
There is no general rule, but usually the fashion stores close at 19.00, and the small supermarkets close at 20.00. However, shops in the area do not have low prices being a tourist area. Regarding food, I recommend to try traditional dishes like Schwein Haxe with Saurekraut (pork and sour cabbage), Apfelstrudel (apple strudel). I guarantee that they are different from anything you eat in Singapore. Besides, there are many other traditional things worth trying, including beer. Pleasant holidays in Europe