Discover the best top things to do in Kramsach, Austria including Rattenberg - Medieval pedestrian zone, Museum of Tyrolean Farmsteads, Kerzenwelt, Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau, Reitherkogelbahn, Hochfugen Skigebiet, Achensee, Schloss Tratzberg, Kisslinger Kristall-Glas, Museum Friedhof Tirol.
Restaurants in Kramsach
4.5 based on 245 reviews
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 Restaurants,and a Church which was very interesting.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Park within easy driving distance from daughter's home in Maurach. Lovely park area with old farm houses giving an interesting perspective on life in the Tirol. Walking is easy and a few interesting features scattered around to give children soething to try. Restaurant had some good solid Austrian food and drink at reasonable prices.
3.5 based on 21 reviews
This is a terrible place which advertises itself as a museum and is display area full of shoddy goods. Every one should avoid this place as it is a complete waste of time even though it is only 1km away from the wonderful town of Rattenberg. Smelly toilets available in the basement make sure you bring a clothes peg with you for your nose!
4.5 based on 91 reviews
The Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau with its 4 Mountains and 2 Valleys is one of the most family friendly ski resorts in the Tyrol. 109 prime prepared slopes, 45 modern ski lifts and 25 huts await Winter sports lovers of all age groups. The „Alpbachtaler Lauser-Sauser“ Alpine-coaster offers fun for the whole family Summer and Winter.In Winter families can put their Winter sports skills to test on the Funslope Alpbachtal and the Eva-Maria Brem – race course. Other Winter fun activities to enjoy are hikes along romantic Winter walking paths thrilling toboggan rides down exciting runs and exclusive co-pilot rides aboard piste bashers. The excellent accessibility and idyllic setting with low-key apres-ski scene, are qualities often favoured by families, make for a perfect holiday in the Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau.
Pretty extensive resort - well maintained. Nice nursery slopes but not great for progression to the more difficult runs so would suit absolute beginners or confident intermediates. Some of the lifts can get pretty busy, notably the Hornalm lift - also our favourite ski area. Slopes were pretty icy when we visited - consider riding the gondola from the mid station to the bottom.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Yes, it is very good to start the trip. We had card to use it free (from our hotel), so we really enjoy this.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Another visit to Hochfugen and a wonderful week's skiing that provides excellent facilities for all standards. Good T bar and chair lifts with the appropriate gondolas too so moving up and down is not a problem.
4.5 based on 510 reviews
We did! My wife and our dog...it is 28 km walk around the lake.
We started in Pertisau and did the circle. The village itself is nice and quiet. Than you have walk for ca 7 km ups and downs with lovely view on lake and surroundings. There are some huts on the way, but don't expect anything special. But we want to enjoy the nature!
Many attractions around - cycling, kitesurfing, yachting, running, train for kids. Really lovely day.
Take good shoes and water with you and have a great day!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
This is ideal for wet and dry weather and for any visitors. The rooms are incredibly important in terms of early 16th century furniture, panelling, paintings, objects, decor and decorative items. There is also an armory. Excellent commentary via English audio guide. Really good value for money as well. There are walks in the grounds as well and a restaurant which was well patronised.
Free car parking and a "train" to transport those less able to walk from the car park to the Schloss.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Typical windows full of interesting glass objects, when entering the shop, which was built into the mountain,carved through like caves,different rooms going off each other,it was fascinating,all types of glass decorations, baubles,flowers,table ware etc etc.a beautiful tree all made out of glass, darkened room led you into a wonderland. Also, a section where a man was demonstrating glass blowing,Items bought were wrapped in bubblewrap but my friend had a couple of small objects which didn't survive the flight home which was a shame, but they didn't cost much,(Christmas tree decs.) WE spent just about an hour in there,such a lot to see.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
In the cemetery museum in the hamlet Hagau (just off the A12 very near Kramsach), also called the "Merry Cemetery" you can admire forged grave crosses of the entire alpine area with quirky inscriptions. Truly bizarre but beautifully presented and very interesting. A nice pathway leads you through the cemetery where no one is deceased and humor abounds.
Hans Guggenberger has restored numerous historic relics on his site in addition to his forge and stone workshop. The museum shop is well stocked with gifts and souvenirs along with postcards of the cemetery crosses.
The sayings and the warm earthy wisdom of the time-honored jewelry metalwork are testimonies of the primitive folk humor in the Alpine region.
Well worth a visit.
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