Rudolfskai is a small but beautiful street in Salzburg, Austria. It runs east-west, from Franz-Josef-Kai to Rupert-Kai and has been restored since the 1980s. It is filled with cafes, shops, and lovely 18th-century Italian and Baroque-style architecture. It is a great place for a leisurely walk, people-watching, and shopping for souvenirs. There are also a number of tourist attractions nearby, such as the Salzburg Museum and Salzburg Cathedral. Be sure to visit the St. Peter's Church and the Augustinian Monastery while you're here. Rudolfskai is also a popular spot for students, as the University of Salzburg is located just a few feet away. Don't forget to take a photo of the picturesque castle located at the opposite end of the street. Grab a cup of coffee and take a stroll, and you'll be sure to thoroughly enjoy the restful atmosphere of Rudolfskai.
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