Austria‘s smallest town
The town of Rattenberg with its colourful historic town houses, its cobblestone streets and alleys is a real gem. Come with us and discover Rattenberg, Austria´s smallest town on a guided walking tour!
Duration: 1 to 1.5 hours
The “glass town” of Rattenberg
The medieval centre, which is one of the most beautiful and best preserved in Tyrol, is picturesquely nestled between the old Castle Hill and the Inn River.
Not to be overlooked are also the numerous glass processing manufactures, thanks to which Rattenberg gained a supra-regional reputation as a glass town.
During our walking tour we will show you the many attractions of this pretty town, such as:
- the Augustinian Museum,
- the Nailsmith‘s Houses,
- Notburga‘s birthplace,
- the Malerwinkel (painter's corner),
- the Virgilius Parish Church and
- the Kisslinger Glassblowing workshop.
You will enjoy the most beautiful view over Rattenberg and the Tyrolean Inn Valley from the castle ruins on the Castle hill.
What better place to end our stroll than at the Hacker‘s pastry shop to have a cup of coffee and to sample some of their sweet delicacies!
All information at a glance:
Meeting point: Bus parking P 1 West, Südtirolerstraße, A-6240 Rattenberg
Tour duration: 1 to 1.5 hours
Admission fees for attractions and museums are not included in our guide rates.
Number of participants: for individual guests and groups
A second guide is recommended for groups of 35 or more participants.