The Lower Inn European Nature Reserve
The Lower Inn European Nature Reserve: spectacular wetlands on the continent. This region has achieved international renown as a nature reserve and bird sanctuary. No matter the season, there is plenty to explore throughout the landscapes surrounding the river Inn, and more than 300 bird species to spot!
The Kobernausserwald hills
The Kobernaußerwald is one of the largest continuous forests in Central Europe. At the heart of these hills and the Hausruck Forest, 90% of the land is covered by coniferous forest. And plenty of leisure activities await!
Founded in 1084, the abbey is owned by Austrian Augustinian Canons. The clergy follow the motto, “living with joy”. A visit to the Baroque grounds is a delightful experience, both in terms of culture and cuisine.
The Daringer Art Museum in Aspach
In Aspach, fine arts and the Daringer family name are inextricably linked, as three generations of painters and sculptors left their mark on the region.
The DARINGER Journey through the Life of Art trail
Many powerful sculptures by Wotruba prizewinner Manfred Daringer stand proudly outside public buildings in Aspach. Through these sculptures, he leaves a lasting impression on the municipality.
The Roman Museum in Altheim
People of all ages can marvel at the exhibits in the Roman Museum in Altheim’s “Ochzethaus” and re-enact 2,000-year-old scenes from the Roman Empire. Visit the museum and learn about Roman artefacts and archaeological investigation techniques!