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This elegant shopping street brings to life the atmosphere of centuries past.
Getreidegasse, Salzburg 5020, Austria
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived here just 30 minuets before closing. We entered couple of souvenirs shops but unfortunately the merchants were very rude. One of them literally started lecturing us on the need to arrive early to enter his shop! Dealing with tourist and buyers with smile...More

3  Thank chancery2013
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We really enjoyed our stroll down Getreidegasse, located int the historic old town. Its by far one of the most visited and busiest streets in the city. It boasts many souvenir shops, from chocolatesto Mozart related gadgets, to chic stores like Louis Vuitton. However, all...More

Thank Discovering D
Reviewed 6 July 2018

From early morning with few visitors through the hectic afternoon and onwards to less busy dusk it is delightful. Amongst its attractions are Mozart's birthplace and a famous luxury hotel. Retail features aplenty as do cafes and restaurants. The signage is another gorgeous feature. All...More

Thank permia
Reviewed 2 July 2018

This is the Old Town’s bustling main pedestrian street. You will most likely pass along here on your way to the cathedral or Mozart’s Birthplace (at number 9). It has housed shops since medieval times. It is full of high, narrow buildings with half hidden...More

1  Thank top-trippers
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Walk down this high end shopping street & don’t forget to look up at the ornate old fashioned hanging signs, particularly McDonalds. Good ice cream parlour towards the end of the street, close to another beautiful church.

Thank Tigertribal
Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

This is the most charming street in old town. On way to cathedral and Mozart’s place , you will pass through this street. This is upmarket store line. It had awesome cafe, bar and stores of brands Each small alley leads to some awesome quiet...More

Thank Neehitjain
Reviewed 16 June 2018

This street is full of old world charm. The buildings are so quaint and there is a great variety of architecture.

Thank shropshirenick
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Walking down this street was one of the highlights of my time in the town. It is the main street in the old town of Salzburg. There are many shops, both new and old, along this street. Many tourists visit the area for the shopping...More

1  Thank Adventurous-Amelia
Reviewed 8 May 2018

This place is close to the Cathedral and is very busy at all times. It is a shopper"s paradise with lots of upmarket stores. It is also a place where the Mozart family rented a flat in the house of a wealthy merchant. Mozart was...More

Thank Marj441
Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile

This is the main waking street in the old town of Salzburg. There are lots of interesting shops along this street, which is made of cobbler stones. Mozart's birth house is one of the main attractions here. It is very relaxing and pleasant walking along...More

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11 July 2017|
Response from ValiMV | Reviewed this property |
Hi, 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
8 July 2015|
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Response from Deuche | Reviewed this property |
Hi Abhitmkha, only souvenir shops. There's a small 7-11 type supermarketthat might be open on Sundays, about halfwaydown the street.