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Rattenberg - Medieval pedestrian zone

Suedtirolerstrasse 34a, Rattenberg 6240, Austria
+43 5337 2120050
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The Best of Tyrol

When I was planning our trip to Tyrol, I saw some pictures of Rattenberg and they were stunning... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sharon_zz
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Tel Aviv, Israel
Nice place

We decided to visit this place for a glass factory tour. We enjoyed our tour, specially kids as... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Pradnya02
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Gurgaon
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Suedtirolerstrasse 34a, Rattenberg 6240, Austria
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When I was planning our trip to Tyrol, I saw some pictures of Rattenberg and they were stunning. All the beautiful façades of the pedestrian zone with their bright colors were gorgeous. It is easy to find when you walk from the huge parking lot....More

Thank Sharon_zz
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

We decided to visit this place for a glass factory tour. We enjoyed our tour, specially kids as they could see the craftsmen working and making beautiful artifacts. And we could shop few items which were cheaper than showrooms in Insbruck city. The small town...More

Thank Pradnya02
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Rattenberg is a small attractive 'village' to spend a few hours. The one main street has plenty of Coffee shops and Restaurants as well as the inevitable souvenir shops, good quality items as well as Glassware shops. Walking behind the main street,we found more quaint...More

Thank carolenglish37
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Nice place to walk around with superb glass shower and cafes but I would like to have seen more practical glass blowing.

Thank Toxshot44
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Went to Cafe Hacker for coffee and cake after visiting the Glassworks. Unfortunately it was the glassblower's day off.

Thank Basinger
Reviewed 7 March 2017

This tiny village has a wonderful cobblestone pedestrian area, surrounded by sweet shops and cafes. There's maybe a little bit too much glass for sale, and not a lot of local things, but it's not too touristy. Grab a doner kabob - they are really...More

Thank dlgoldie
Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

This place was a great place to have some yummy traditional food and buy stuff at good prices. 👍🏼I recommend this place

Thank Snake_Boy_3
Reviewed 28 October 2016

This is a charming but tiny city with some of the old buildings built into the rock-face. The main street is interesting to walk along and the metal decorations projecting out on many buildings are a real feature of the town. There are a number...More

Thank Betula103
Reviewed 9 September 2016

We were informed by our guide that Rattenberg is the smallest city in Austria, after seeing most of the sites after an hour it.s was the quickest city tour ever. The glass works are a must to see with lots of interesting peices to buy....More

Thank 19chelsea70
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

A morning explore round this quaint village and coffee in one of the many pavement cafes. Great place to buy souvenirs or gifts. Lots of local glass and even place to view the glass being made for free in back of one of the many...More

Thank Jennifer V
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