Kernton Street is one of the ten most famous pedestrian streets in the world. At the entrance of Kernton Avenue lies the Vienna National Opera House, the world's most famous opera house. In the centre lies the largest and most important bishop Church in Vienna, the Stephen Church. This street is a must for Austrians and even all tourists to shop. All famous international, national and regional brands can be found here. So this street is crowded with people. All kinds of street performances can always attract people to watch. Tourists from all over the world will come to visit the National Opera House, Stephen's Church, this famous pedestrian street, or come here for shopping, and they will not ignore it.
Graben Avenue and Kernton Avenue are both shopping paradises. Of course, I prefer Graben Street, because all the big brands are here. Looking at all the luxury brands, the girls are really in full swing when they come here. LV, Chanel, Cartier, Tiffany, BVLGARI and so on, plus more than a dozen percent of the tax rebates here, it's a loss to buy less... But Tiffany has seen several models that are not cost-effective. Maybe American brands have no advantage in Europe. It's better to buy bags. It's too cost-effective to buy bags in Europe. St. Peter's Church, the Black Death Memorial Pillars are all in Graben Street. At the end, you can see St. Stefan's Cathedral, which is very close and concentrated.
Graben Street is a pedestrian street in the central part of the old city of Vienna, Austria. Graben Street is surrounded by cathedrals, Memorial pillars of the Black Death and other major attractions. Famous merchants stand on both sides of the street, not far from the palace and other attractions.
Graben Street is the most beautiful street in Vienna. It's near Stephen's Church. The Black Death Memorial Column is right in the middle of the street. On both sides of the street are dazzling boutiques, and in the middle of the street are open-air cafes one after another, but unfortunately, sunny days are always so rare. You can walk from Stephen's Cathedral to Hofburg Palace.
Vienna, located on the Danube River, is the largest city and political center in Austria. It has won the reputation of the capital of architecture for its various architectural styles. It has a long history as the capital of culture, and is known as the most livable city in the world for its exquisite decoration. Vienna's most famous Graben Avenue, Graben Avenue, is called Graben Avenue. Shaped like a U word, known as the golden U word, is one of the world's top ten famous pedestrian streets.
This street is the most beautiful street in Vienna. It has high-end boutiques, famous buildings, magnificent Memorial pillars, open-air cafes and bread, cheese vendors crowded with roads. You can always see citizens and tourists here. However, you probably can't imagine that it used to be a moat. It was filled into a square in 1225. In the 18th century, it was a square. Raben Street is a very busy place, where royal nobles hold various activities.
Graben Street is a famous street in Vienna, the capital of Austria. It is busy and crowded. Visitors are bound to come. A Memorial pillar in the middle has a complex structure, vivid characters and exquisite carving, which is shocking. This column was built in 1693 to commemorate the Great Plague of 1679.