Gstattengasse

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Denny S
Gothenburg, Sweden169 contributions
This is a very nice alley in the old town of Salzburg. The street starts at Anton-Neumayr Platz and ends at Ursulinenplatz at the old city gate Klausentor. The most interesting thing about this small street is that it runs along Mönchsberg and the houses along the street from the 16th and 17th centuries almost seem to be stuck in the rock wall. There are some good pubs and shops here and I definitely recommend a visit because of the old medieval feeling you get when you walk here.
Written April 23, 2022
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bob2bkk
Bangkok, Thailand5,804 contributions
Friends
When you cross over the Salzach into old town, you will be on the main shopping pedestrian street. This street takes many names till you reach Mozartplatz. Getreidegasse, Gatattengasse and many more. It is delightful street filled with shops, cafes and restaurants of all culture and variety, some hi so shops and some souvenir, something for everyone. And lots of local shoppers and tourists. Great for a leisurely stroll window shopping and more. Mozarts birthplace is here also. Beautiful archetecture, signage above the street, lights and colorful buildings. The street is flat and solid and most establishments are ground level so wheelchair accessibility should be good.
Written October 19, 2016
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Dietmar S
Salzburg, Austria46 contributions
Family
The Gstattengasse is a very charming street in the center of the city. Some parts of it are quiet and there are some very nice bars and restaurants along it. Here you will also find the lift to the Museum of Modern Art. I love the more remote part of it, as there is my favorite Pub, the Murphey`Law located.
Written August 24, 2016
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NinaW2000
Jupiter, FL505 contributions
Couples
Lots to see making this part of your town walk. I find this part of town crowded and not as clean but definitely worth seeing it
Written September 7, 2018
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BigHugh51
Adelaide, Australia3,648 contributions
Couples
We enjoyed our stroll along this long, narrow street. It was full of interesting shops of all kinds, many of which were interesting but most of which had high prices.
Of particular interest to us were the gift and souvenir shops. Unfortunately, the inflated prices charged for their goods, limited our purchases.
Besides the shops, there are a number of other things located here to be seen here. We found the fascinating architecture of the buildings located along each side of the street to be of particular interest. The cobblestones used as the street surface added to the ambience of the street. There were also beautiful small sculptures and statues located at various points along the street.
During our visit to Salzburg, we found the Gstattengasse to be the most crowded part of the old town. This was simply a reflection of how popular this part of the old town is, with tourists.
This unique street should be on the "must visit" list for any tourist spending time in Salzburg!
Written September 4, 2017
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Wandering Wonderings
Hastings, UK3,215 contributions
Couples
It's wierd to have such an olde worlde street with a McDonalds and H&M on! The shops blend in well to the street, especially with the unique McDonalds sign.

Cobbles add to the feel of an old street, as do the brightly coloured buildings. Lots of little passageways are located off this street which take ages to explore. A huge range of things available here from modern day clothing, the traditional Austrian dress, tourist knick knacks and high end designer clothing.

Great place to spend a few hours.
Written October 31, 2016
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Moses P
London, UK847 contributions
Solo
A popular street for shopping lovers. High fashion shops with high prices. This area is always crowded. There are plenty of shops to see and visit. Every shop has its own stylish banner. All shops are closed on Sundays.
Written August 31, 2016
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Aleksander22
Tallinn1,516 contributions
Couples
The facades are nicely painted, a small street from the market place to the end of the Old Town but, so it seems, always crowded. Try to go there early mornings.
Written August 10, 2016
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Karthik Balasubramaniam
Bengaluru, India365 contributions
Family
This side of the Old Town is an absolute treat to your eyes with colourful buildings with few of them not so common like Bright Yellow or Darkish purple and built right up to the Monchsberg Rock. The Food stores and sweet shop are an absolute treat to your tummy if you are a hardcore foodie.
Written January 22, 2016
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Skeney57
Sydney, Australia21,375 contributions
Couples
Wonderful & Colourful old buildings with their dates of building emblazoned on their facades. Built up against the imposing rock face of the Salzburg heights and with shops & cafes to suit all, well worth a stop on a sunny afternoon.
Written December 26, 2015
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