Although the Salzburg Bishop's Square is not particularly spacious, it has a very festive atmosphere. The narrow streets are bustling with tourists from all over the world, because it is located in the old town and surrounded by bustling commercial streets where people can enjoy themselves. Buy and buy, you can find a coffee house and spend a leisurely afternoon.
Getreidegasse translates to Grain Street, the lively shopping street in the old town of Salzburg. The streets are not wide. The antique houses on both sides are almost all shops, boutiques, souvenir shops, hotels and restaurants.
/ The buildings on both sides of the hh/food alley were built in the 16th century and have been preserved to this day. In the Middle Ages, in order to let illiterate people understand what is being sold in the store, carved wrought iron has been widely spread, and every store has to play with ingenuity. In the iron signboard, various patterns
Nowadays, in order to maintain the original style of the food alley, the signs of all the shops continue to follow the custom of carving wrought iron. Walking on this stone road, looking up, each characteristic cast iron signboard competes with glory
must see the only carved wrought iron in the world. The "McDonald's" signboard is only available in Salzburg.
In Salzburg's Old Street (the food alley), the most special is not from top brands to local specialty shopping stores, but the signs of each store follow the ancient traditional iron signs. In the past, in order to let illiterate people understand what the store is selling, every store has to play with ingenuity. In the iron signboard, various patterns are hung outside, and various images are told to visitors. What is it for sale?
Salzburg Old Town
"UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site ""Ancient Settlement"