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!
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