The cereal alley

Salzburg's most popular open-air shopping mall

Distance from the hotel: 0.64km about minutes to walk)

Probably the most famous address in Salzburg

Getreidegasse number 9

Where today Salzburgers and guests from all over the world stroll with shopping bags of big, international brands, little Mozart once played with his sister. The house at number 9 Getreidegasse is now decorated with golden letters that reveal who lived here from 1747 to 1773: Mozart, the most famous son of the city on the Salzach.

The cereal alley

Salzburg’s most popular open-air shopping mall

International brands, luxury goods, small individual stores, souvenir stores and in the middle of it all, Mozart’s birthplace – Getreidegasse has something to offer for every taste.

Wrought iron “advertising signs” tower above the heads of visitors to Getreidegasse. They are the guild signs of stores and inns. While the main street is bustling during the day, the romantic courtyards and through houses are usually quieter. There is something to admire in each of the passageways: A whalebone from Max Reinhardt’s original prop, marble balustrades, pergolas, colorful balcony flowers … there’s plenty to discover.

Shopping in the Getreidegasse

Between the stores there are also numerous cafes

Most of the big fashion brands are represented in the small stores of Getreidegasse. If you’re in the mood for a shopping spree, this is the place for you. Between the stores there are also numerous cafes where you can take a short shopping break.

The Getreidegasse is only a 10-minute walk from the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu. Your 4 star hotel for a well-deserved relaxing stay in the most beautiful city in Austria.