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Landstraße is the main shopping street of Linz and among the largest of its kind in the nation. It begins from Hauptplatz and ends at the Blumau junction. According to records, this road existed in the 13th Century. You will find many shops dotting this street which included international brands to local souvenir shops. Landstraße's side streets are also known for their specialty stores. There are also beautiful landmarks on its way such as the Neuer Dom and Karmelitenkirche.
Every day at the idyllic Südbahnhofmarkt, the stalls filled with fresh fruit, vegetables, and small snack stands beckon visitors.
Wiener Straße is one of the city's longest and most prominent streets, spanning a handful of districts. The street historically was an important destination for trade, but today offers an eclectic mix of shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities for visitors.