Switzerland: Bahnhofstrasse, located in front of the railway station, is a north-south Banhof Street. In fact, German means the railway station street. The main and busiest street in Zemat is busy and energetic with daily visitors. As soon as you step out of the railway station and walk on Banhoff Street, the first thing that attracts your attention should be the busy loading or unloading of tourists'luggage in front of the railway station by tall horses and carriages of different colors, or the elegant walking along the street with the sound of Dada's horses' hooves. If you want to try to ride a horse in a carriage to ride a horse, you can't do it for a small sum of money. These carriages are not a means of transportation for sightseeing, but the intimate services used by local hotel operators to receive lodgers. It's easy to learn that Zemat is a small town in the mountains, but also a big tourist town from Banhoff Street. Although Banhoff Street is not long and the road is no more than 6 or 7 meters wide, there are various shops on both sides of the street, and most of the goods sold are aimed at tourists. Banhoff Street also has many restaurants. In the afternoon, when tourists who are engaged in various activities come back slowly, the restaurant's business is also beginning to flourish. The restaurants here offer a wide variety of foods, ranging from simple bread, sandwiches, pizza to steaming food.