The Meraner Laubengasse is an 800-year-old shopping street and consists of two rows of houses with arcades, which are separated by a narrow passage. Historically, they originated as Wasserlauben and Berglauben.Since then, the arcades built by Meinhard II, Count of Tyrol, in the 13th century, have been almost unbroken the center of the bustling activity in the city. Today, the arcades with their boutiques, shops, cafes and restaurants are one of the main shopping streets of the old town.The Laubengasse is the main shopping street of Meran. In this naturally grown shopping center, everything from textiles to grocery stores, crafts and crafts, specialist shops, fashion boutiques and international stores, to coffee houses and restaurants.
June 13, 2019
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