As the captivating capital of one of Austria’s most popular tourists regions, Reutte is an attractive and alluring destination that delivers with both quintessential culture and natural splendour. Its equidistant position between Innsbruck and Munich means Reutte enjoys a cosmopolitan atmosphere that is most prevalent in its excellent gastronomical scene. The city possesses a rich cultural and architectural appeal with its flagrant fortresses, sacred structures and magnificent museums, and promises to entertain and enrich visitors seeking touristic satisfaction.
The atmospheric ruins of Ehrenberg Castle are one of Reutte’s most alluring attractions; unlike many other castles, these ruins do not attract hordes of tourists and the ancient ambience can be experienced without the diversion of crowds and chatter. Wander alone upon a gentle ascent, observing ancient Roman ruins as you stroll; the unique quality of these ruins is that they are totally accessible to tourists, without the usual mandatory guided tours.
Unanimously hailed as the jewel in Tyrol’s cultural crown, the Museum in the Green House is a majestic museum whose exterior and interior are equally notable. An eclectic selection of immersive and interactive exhibitions will enthral visitors seeking insight into the past or artistic diversion; emerging artists of the region are also attended too in the many temporary art exhibitions displayed.
With its capital status, visitors come to Reutte expecting to sample sublime signature specialities. An exquisite eatery whose dynamic and well-designed dishes will appeal to even the most discerning palate is Restaurant Hotel Maximillian, whose elegant décor and fine food are sure to seduce. Sample the poached salmon with rich hollandaise sauce for a truly traditional treat. (Ehenbichi, Reutte 6600, Reutte, Austria)