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Getreidegasse Lane

Getreidegasse

The busiest street in the city full of expensive shops, restaurants and boutiques; truly a centre of the city.

Getreidegasse, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

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Opening Hours

Opening hours of the shops vary, general hours are Mon - Fri: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., with little shorter hours on Sat and closed on Sun.

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Attractions near to Getreidegasse Lane

  • Salzburg's Old Town

    UNESCO World Heritage Site. Renowned Baroque architecture characterises the well preserved city centre. A must-see.

  • Salzburg Fortress

    More than 900 years old landmark towering over the city. Take a guided tour into the castle to discover the glamour of its interiors!

  • Mirabell Palace

    This palace now serves as a seat of government offices. Set in a beautiful garden that is a perfect place for strolling and relaxing.

  • Mozart's Birthplace

    Building where Mozart was born. Now a museum displaying memorabilia related to him such as some of his first instruments.

  • Salzburg Cathedral

    Baroque dominant of the city. Beautifully painted interior encompasses the famous 4000-pipe organ. A magnificent building.

  • Mozart Square

    A square boasting a statue dedicated to Mozart. Very touristy, as much as the Getreidegasse is, but still worth visiting.

  • Funicular

    This funicular dates back to 1892 and will save you a lot of energy getting uphill.

  • Residence Square

    The heart of the city centre dominated by a giant marble fountain. It is noted for its rich iconography including horses and mythical figures.

  • Franciscan Church

    The oldest church in Salzburg characterized by indiscernible mixture of styles. Especially notable is the magnificent ribbed ceiling.

  • Old Marketplace

    Historical marketplace. The weekly market operated here since the 13th century until it moved to University Square in 1857.

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