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There are several castles and remains in Reutte. The Klause is a kind of gatehouse below the Ehrenberg. It used to have a gasthaus there. We did not go this year but got talking to someone who mentioned visiting the museum there, so it may be fairly different from our last visit.The Klause and Erhenberg host a mediaeval festival each July. There is...more
You can walk to these lakes from Reutte by continuing on past the waterfalls. It is around another 30/40 minutes from the waterfalls to the Plansee lake. I love the walk along the lakes' edges from the Plansee to the Heiterwangersee with their steep mountains and clear blue waters. At the Plansee there is a kiosk for snacks and drinks, a gasthaus...more
These waterfalls are about 30 minutes walk from the centre of Reutte in the direction of Muhl. Nowadays you get there by walking along the side of the electricity works. It looks like it will be horrible, then you are past the works and surrounded by beautiful Alpine scenery. There are several falls. The smaller ones are near each other. The bigger...more
To get to this lovely mountain lake, walk from Reutte to Lechashau then head towards Wangle. Before Wangle head off to the right. It is signposted. There is a steep route to the lake up a hill or a gentler route up the road. There is a new gasthaus by the lake. There were signs up this year saying you have to pay for a swim. This has not been the...more
The Urisee is a lovely lake that can be reached on foot from the centre of Reutte in around 30 minutes. Head in the direction of Muhl. This lovely lake is wonderful for a cold swim. Or if you are not brave enough, you can walk around and enjoy the scenery. The Urisee Gasthaus next to the lake is available for food and drink. It's very pleasant.more
The Durrenberger AlmWe have climbed up to the heutte on this alm many times, but it is getting more difficult as we get older and less fit. The climb is steep, hard work but lovely. The views from the heutte are stunning and we usually celebrate our arrival with beer for hubby and buttermilk for me. Check next to the Urisee to see when ruhetag...more
the ruins of schloss ehrenburg is located on a hill over looking the village of reutte. you can drive up to the hill and then there is a short walk to the castle. schloss ehrenburg was built in the 13th century by the stauffer dynasty. on a clear day you can get a great view of the village of reutte and the austrian alps from ehrenburg castle.more
Ehrenburg is a castle that was built with other castles in the surrounding area by the Stauffer Dynasty in the Middle Ages as a defense to the Bavarian tribes. It's a lovely place to walk on the hill, you enjoy a splendid view over Reutte and the mountains, mixed with a piece of Middle Age history in the form of ruins.more
Ehenbichl, Reutte, 6600, Austria
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We first stayed in Hotel das Beck around 9 years ago and were pleased and surprised to find the...more
Rather than listing the amenities provided, and they are vast at this fantastic guesthouse,...more
This restaurant is a firm favourite of ours. It has remained unchanged over the years, We were even served by the same waitress as always. Daily specials on the board. Note they stop serving food around 8pm and will turn you away if you come too close to this time. I had a great nature schnitzel here.more
This was the first restaurant I ever went to in Reutte. There are indoor and outdoor seating areas. It is a local rather than touristy place. The food and drink are good and the staff are pleasant.I had a great champignon schnitzel with rice and peas, my husband had weiner schnitzel. Very good.more
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If you intend to travel by train between Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Füssen along the scenic "Außenfern" railway, you will most like have to change trains in Reutte. The complete run takes about 2 hours each way (longer and breathtaking in winter). An interesting sidenote: although a majority of this rail line runs through Austria, it is operated by the German Bundesbahn.
Food, housewares, clothing...it´s all here..at mark-it-down-and-move-it-out prices!
What to buy: Carbonated beverages...these are only sold in return/deposit bottles in Germany. In Austria, the PET bottles are disposable/recyclable.
What to pay: ...as little or as much as you want! Last time I was there we went WAY over the number of products the cash register will list on one receipt!