In the Old Town of Salzburg, roughly parallel to the Salzach River, it is the most lively street in Savoyzburg, with restaurants, cafes, and boutiques. Mozart’s birthplace is also on this street. This street is also famous for having a large number of wrought iron signs with different shapes. The globally unified McDonald's has a different appearance here. There are a lot of people wearing local costumes, they are distinctive
This is the busiest shopping street in the Old Town of Salzburg. The street is not wide. The antique houses on both sides are almost filled with shops, souvenir shops and restaurants. The distinctive wrought iron signboards are contending with each other, attracting tourists to take photos.
Food hutong located in salzburg old city, adjacent to the cathedral, it is the most prosperous salzburg, which is the most attractive shopping street. Stone slabs of the street is very narrow, but also do not have amorous feelings. Visitors all the year round, the hustle and bustle, very busy. Food hutong street on both sides of the building in good condition to keep the style of the middle ages, colourful, decorated with exquisite relief and cornices
Grain Alley is the busiest street in the Old Town of Salzburg, Austria, and it is the side street that best reflects the European style in the Middle Ages. Each building is clearly written with the construction time, and the company has its own signs made of metal, retaining the style of the 16th century. The tree-lined secluded house, renovated medieval buildings, and shops on the street are very distinctive.
Why does the name Grain Hutong sound like Beijing Hutong? It seems that the people's reliance on food is an unchanging truth. In Mozart's time, food was also the most important thing. Nowadays, here is a gathering of various restaurant boutiques. Of course, the most famous Mozart residence is also here. The narrow alleys are always overcrowded during the Salzburg Festival.