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Rattenberg - Medieval pedestrian zone

Suedtirolerstrasse 34a, Rattenberg 6240, Austria
+43 5337 2120050
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Oct 9 Our innkeeper Sonja at Gasthof Badl recommended stopping at this quaint, charming town in a... read more

Reviewed October 26, 2014
alohatripper
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Honolulu, Hawaii
If you get the chance, visit this picturesque little city.

I visited Rattenberg as part of a guided day-trip from Seefeld and this was one of the stops, we... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2014
Jimmy R
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St. Brelade, United Kingdom
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Suedtirolerstrasse 34a, Rattenberg 6240, Austria
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Reviewed October 26, 2014

Oct 9 Our innkeeper Sonja at Gasthof Badl recommended stopping at this quaint, charming town in a circuit that included Pertisau and Alpbach. There is only one pedestrian walk that transverses the length of the town. The souvenir shops seemed to emphasize glass products. There...More

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Reviewed October 4, 2014

I visited Rattenberg as part of a guided day-trip from Seefeld and this was one of the stops, we stayed here for about 2.5 - 3 hours which i thought gave plentry of time to walk around take pictures and get a feel for the...More

Thank Jimmy R
Reviewed September 21, 2014

The old town is very quaint and worthy of a quick (one to two hour) visit. Highlights are the old pedestrianized streets and glass shops, including some where you can watch the glass objects being made. The church is worth a quick visit- very ornate...More

Thank KayBristol
Reviewed September 14, 2014

Old buildings ,Castles cafe's & bars. On he banks of the river Inn. It is also a pedestrianized street so you can just wander without a care.

1  Thank ovalball13
Reviewed August 31, 2014

Like most historical places, this street is fill with tacky souvenirs. But the view of the buildings against the mountains makes it a worthwhile quick trip.

Thank secretsquirrel_10
Reviewed August 15, 2014 via mobile

I loved rattenberg. It was so quaint and pretty. Cobbled streets filled with shops of fantastical shappped glass objects. You can even watch some being made. There is something for everyone. Probably not the best place to take children as the majority of this town...More

1  Thank Kitty B
Reviewed August 5, 2014

The town has a medieval Italian style. walking through the lanes was sheer pleasure. We enjoyed going into the Swarovsky store and buying small glass animals for our grand daughters.

Thank byron0
Reviewed July 19, 2014

After concluding my business meetings, I spent a half-day here. I could probably have spent a full day exploring everything, including the old castle on the hill. I was told by my Austrian host that the central valley that runs between the Alps was a...More

Thank MrCustoms
Reviewed July 17, 2014

we called at this village wow its so beautiful with the little shops and eating places, watched glass making, a place not to miss

Thank theowls3
Reviewed July 6, 2014

This is a very attractive town to visit with glass and jewellery shops and plenty of cafes. The Monestary Museum is worth a visit too.

Thank marionmcdougall
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