Searching for water, the source of all life, one finds clear glistening waterfalls, brooks, mountains and a variety of lakes- both large and small.
But is is not just the mountains and the countryside which leave an impression. All those, who feel the need to discover the spirit of times long gone, and who wish to go on a 'journey of self-discovery and self-awareness' will find countless opportunities to do so in the Nature Park Region of Reutte.
A museum with a difference: "In the footsteps of a knight" Open daily from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
'Immerse' yourself in the Nature Park Tyrolean River Lech. An area of some 41 square kilometres is considered worthy of protection - for good reason, as everyone will immediately recognize.
The museum in Reutte is in the so called 'Green House'. The imposing 16th century town house has a green painted façade with airy fresco motives on the walls. In 1989, during renovations, unique Renaissance wall painting was discovered on the second floor of the building.
Local history, violin making museum and geological room await the interested visitor.
The Lech is the oldest 'inhabitant' of our high-lying valley. Tamed and utilized, yet nevertheless full of natural power and crystal-clear, its fresh clean mountain water flows through the valley.