Overnight at the Gordon Goltz Hotel on the Food Hutong Street. The evening was very busy and there were many tourists. It's quiet in the morning and there are few visitors. Because on Saturdays and Sundays, most stores close and rest, supermarkets and some gift shops open. A very leisurely street.
Food Hutong is a classical and popular shopping street located in the busy center of the old city of Salzburg. Every year thousands of tourists come here to make pilgrimages, because one of the houses, Getreidegasse, is the birthplace of Mozart. It walks along a fairy-tale pedestrian street with colorful houses, beautiful windows and exquisite signs, and has no special coffee. The hall and boutique are very pleasant.
The food alley is the busiest street in Salzburg's old city. This is also a small street that best reflects the European style of the Middle Ages. The facade of each building clearly shows the age of construction. The most striking thing is that every business has its own signboard. The signboard is made of metal and retains the style of the 16th century, which adds a lot of elegance to the food alley. The houses preserved in the Middle Ages are now renovated, and the quiet, tree-shaded houses contrast sharply with the crowded scenes outside the courtyard. The shops on this shopping street are very distinctive, with famous brand shoes and hats, home clothes, gold and silver jewelry, and tourist souvenirs. The No. 9 Food Hutong is Mozart's former residence. It's very busy here. There are plenty of places to eat in the food alley. There is a YUAN cafeteria opened by Hong Kong people beside the 20 Getreidegasse, one person in 10.9 Euros. Food Hutong is also a famous seafood restaurant gathering place, where crowds are gathering, and the food tastes and prices are good. The famous local fast food Nordsee, fried fish and prawns are fresh. The most authentic Mozart chocolate shop is on this street. The blue and red packaging is very beautiful, but the price is not low, about 1 Euro a piece. Nearby Billa Supermarket is cheap "Mozart Ball" (a kind of chocolate), 2 Euros more than a bag of nearly 20. It's 20 minutes'walk from the railway station. With regard to tax rebates, non-EU tourists can apply for tax rebates if they buy more than 75 euros in duty-free shops. When shopping, you must ask the salesman for the tax refund form and fill it out by the salesman. When leaving customs, the goods purchased are submitted to the Customs for inspection. After stamping the tax refund form, the customs can collect tax at the airport or at the border.
The Food Hutong is located in the old city of Salzburg. It is the most luxurious and charming shopping street in Salzburg. The buildings on both sides of the street are well preserved in the medieval style, with different colors and beautifully decorated reliefs and eaves. The facade of each building clearly shows the age of construction, each business has its own exquisite signs, made of metal, very eye-catching.
Out of the Mirabel Palace, across the concentric lock bridge to the old city "grain alley". The busiest shopping street in the old city is also Europe's most unique scenery of the Middle Ages. It used to be a food trading place, with narrow and winding streets lined with shops of all kinds. The most interesting thing is the unique iron art signboards on both sides of the street. They have various designs and deserve to be appreciated carefully. At lunchtime, there are many restaurants to choose from on this street. Choose the first restaurant in Saburg "China Building" which is introduced online. The food is fresh and the price is fair. The lunch buffet is only 10 euros per person. After lunch, the preferred attraction is No. 9 Food Hutong "Mozart's former residence".
Salzburg's Food Hutong is located in the center of the old city. I don't know why it's called Food Hutong. It's actually a commercial street. There are a lot of delicacies and small commodities. The buildings on both sides of Hutong are also very historic. Along the street, many performers can be seen. Some are worth seeing. Remember to tip.
Salzburg Food Hutong is equivalent to a commercial block, a very prosperous old city center. In fact, the streets are very narrow, only see crowds of people, tourists such as knitting, shop decorative signs are very fashionable and special, hutong, although small, is really a big world. There are almost everything from big pieces to small things on the street. Well-known clothing brands, stationery toys, small souvenirs, restaurants and cafes, and so on. If you have time, you can spend your time and think about it. Mozart was also born in a food alley. The narrow gap at the end of the food alley offers a special view of the castle church in the distance.
Food Hutong is a commercial street in Salzburg's old city since the 16th century. From its name, it can be seen that it was originally the gathering place of grain merchants. The street is 3 meters wide. It has a feeling of walking for a few days. It is most appropriate to borrow "Hutong". Shops on both sides of the road, mostly four-storey houses reserved for the Middle Ages, have now been washed away from the dust of history and greeted tourists from all over the world with a new look. The grain stores of that year also changed into fashion stores such as famous brand shoes and hats, gold and silver jewelry, bars, coffee shops and so on. The only traces left in the 16th century are: & # 160. Metal signs like street lamps on every business door are exquisitely made, artistically and classically made, and even McDonald's famous M is decorated with elaborate decoration.
The small yellow house at No. 9 Food Hutong is the place where Mozart was born and lived as a child. Without much decoration, he raised a 5-year-old musical prodigy, who was surrounded by applause and flowers until his father took him on a 10-year tour around the country. The tour did not bring him a rich life, and Mozart later resigned as a bishop. Figaro's Wedding is one of his anti-aristocratic works; up to the age of 35, the opera Magic Flute became the last complete work of his longing for equality and music career.
The food alley is the busiest street in Salzburg's old city. This is also a small street that best reflects the European style of the Middle Ages. The facade of each building clearly shows the age of construction. The most striking thing is that every business has its own signboard. The signboard is made of metal and retains the style of the 16th century, which adds a lot of elegance to the food alley. The houses preserved in the Middle Ages are now renovated, and the quiet, tree-shaded houses contrast sharply with the crowded scenes outside the courtyard. The shops on this shopping street are very distinctive, with famous brand shoes and hats, home clothes, gold and silver jewelry, and tourist souvenirs.