Reith bei Seefeld is a municipality in the district of Innsbruck-Land in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 12.3 km northwest of Innsbruck and 3 km south of Seefeld in Tirol. The village was founded in 1350. At that time stone oil (=petroleum) was found and is used for healing purposes until now.
Restaurants in Reith bei Seefeld
4.5 based on 901 reviews
A great day out for walkers and skiers alike. Take funicular to the mid station and enjoy stunning views across the valley. The hutte sells a nice variety of meals. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
nice place to visit, there is a special walking trail to the bell. While visiting the Friedensglocke don't forget to take a look in the little church nearby.
5 based on 7 reviews
Innsbruck Airport Taxi Transfers are our passion! What is Tyrol about? The little country in the heart of the Alps is: Mountains, Valleys, tradition and so much more. But all above that it is something very special to us: our homeland! The closeness to our Tyrol is a great benefit for our passengers. We are familiar with the places and dangers of high alpine mountain roads. We know our Mountains and meet them with respectful caution. We are proud to be a true Tyrolean family business. To make you feel comfortable as a passenger, we tailor our services to your needs and wishes. Our drivers speak German and English. We are always available for you by phone and e-mail and can react quickly and easily to any changes of your booking. Today the Airport Innsbruck Taxi company is a future-oriented family business with an exclusive fleet of vehicles on the latest state of the art.
As we came out of Innsbruck airport, our driver from Gangl Transfers were waiting. He was very friendly, and helpful all through our journey. The minivan was in excellent condition and very clean and comfortable and we had plenty of room for 4 of us...MoreWe really work hard on keeping our customers satisfied and providing a good service. Obviously we succeed. Thanks a lot for this review.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Hotel Krone lacked festive atmosphere,eating area for group terrible,food poor and no choice,continental breakfast the worse I have ever known,Austria usually have great food and choice,the promised welcome drink didn't happen,not enough staff,avoid this hotel
4.5 based on 293 reviews
My wife and I scheduled a side-trip here while touring the Alpenstrasse last week. It was well worth the visit! Pay Euro 5 for the car park and free access for several routes around the falls. Follow the red one for the easiest access and see some stunning views!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Nirgendwo sonst liegt die Grenze zwischen urbanem Raum und rauer Bergwelt so nah zusammen: Mit den Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen gelangt man in nur 20 Minuten vom Stadtzentrum in hochalpines Gelande. Der Besuch auf der Innsbrucker Nordkette lasst in Sachen Aussicht keine Wunsche offen. Bereits an der Bergstation der Hungerburgbahn erscheint den Besuchern die Landeshauptstadt Innsbruck aus einem vollig neuen Blickwinkel: 300 Meter uber der Stadt geniesst man den traumhaften Ausblick auf die Hauptstadt der Alpen. Mit der Seegrubenbahn erreicht man kurz darauf die 1905 Meter hoch gelegene Seegrube. Von dort offnet sich der Blick auf das gesamte mittlere Inntal, die Stubaier und Zillertaler Alpen und uber das Wipptal bis zur nahe gelegenen italienischen Landesgrenze. Fur den Aussichtshohepunkt geht es mit der Hafelekarbahn weiter auf das 2256 Meter hohe Hafelekar: Dort steht die dicht besiedelte Inntalfurche auf der einen Seite im Kontrast zur unbesiedelten Wildnis des Alpenparks Karwendel auf der anderen Seite. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen Stadt und Berg werden die Eindrucke hoch uber Innsbruck zum einzigartigen Erlebnis
Highly recommend this ride, you get great views of the city. Be sure to go right to the top. there are 3 stops along the ride. However, if the weather is bad, they will not go further than the 2nd stop. The ride is easy and comfortable. there is a restaurant one of the stop.
sensational trip and very picturesque.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We invite you to experience our terrific stagecoach trip through Götzens, Birgitz and Axams. Three Tyrolean Olympic villages, that are called the “Pearl of the low mountain range” because of their inherent natural beauty and glorious history. The romantic stagecoachtrip with proud horses in the front starts in Axams, a village famous as the scene of the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976. Further we reach Birgitz, where we pass the beautiful movie location of the classics “The emperor`s hunters in Birgitz”. After having passed a few farmhouses, older than 500 years and traditionally decorated with flowers, you can visit Tirol`s most beautiful pilgrimage church in Götzens as a crowning ending of our horse-drawn carriage. This is an unforgetable experience, which can even be enjoyed during the winter season on one of our comfortable sleighs drawn by strong horses. Our unique stagecoach courtyard, traditionally built of 700 m3 massive wood, is situated in Axams, above Tirol`s capital Innsbruck. From there you can enjoy an outstanding Panorama of the Tyrolean alps. Fritz Ehrensperger, the owner and operator of the courtyard, is widely known by his international evnts and Performances. Fritz himself leads his guests on the stagecoach trips and makes them memorable. Who could do that better than the boss of the yard? His assistants, all certified waggoners, help him fulfilled with passion to their work. A befitting and very popular ending to the trip is the visit in our wildromantic “Rößlstube”, a cosy snuggery with Tyrolean live-music.
It started off as being a disappointment as it had been advertised as being a horse and slay ride? But as the snow had melted by the time we arrived it had to be changed to a horse and cart ride instead. It lasted about an hour after joining it in Axams and being taken all around Axams and then into Gotzens before ending up in the farm where the horses were stabled and we were taken into the barn where we all sat down drank hot chocolate and apple strudel before our cart driver who was also the farm owners son entertained us by singing and playing keyboards before we left and returned to our hotel club Gotzen again on our NH coach.
This was highly enjoyable and we have no problem in recommending it as well worth doing if you have the chance.
John & Sue Eastbourne UK
4.5 based on 437 reviews
Totally beautiful, peaceful and clean. Many places to sit and relax, many opportunities to hear bavarian music, see traditional clothes. Place not to be missed!
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Seekirchl in the austrian alps is a very perfect picturesque setting. A landmark in this Olympic region of Tirol, at the western entrance to Seefeld, and visible from far away.
The Seekirchl church is the town’s most famous landmark. Construction on the octagonal Baroque structure began in 1628 and the church was consecrated in 1666.
The spiritual centrepiece is the cross on the main altar to which the construction of the church is attributable. There are reports of two events from the period when the cross still stood out in the open, the first of which claims that a pilgrim, in a state of deep repentance, was absolved from her sins through clear words spoken by the cross in front of which she had prayed.
The second event that led to the construction of the church was the occasion when Archduke Leopold V who, when passing the miraculous cross for the first time, was so moved by the sight of it, that he requested a priest be brought so he could confess his sins and he immediately pledged to erect a chapel in which to house the cross. He fulfilled this pledge by building the first Seekirchl chapel. The two events are depicted on the wall frescoes on the right and left hand sides.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
I walked here in the falling snow and it was beautiful. It is nice in summer too with big fish in the water ! There is a gasthof right by with great food and drink. Well worth the walk.
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