Pettnau to the Friedensglocke Mösern (Mösern peace bell)
A village with visual appeal: Pettnau is home to what is believed to be the most photographed church in Tyrol. The building, which is visible from afar, is called "St. Georg zu Leiblfing" (the Parish Church of St George in Leiblfing) and is located in the municipality of Pettnau. Another eye-catcher is the Mellaunerhof, which is a listed building that dates back to the 13th century and is considered to be the oldest guesthouse in Tyrol. In addition to these two special highlights, the village also gives an insight into rural alpine beauty and the Tyrolean way of life. It is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes for walking, hiking and exploring. The village is located west of Innsbruck between Telfs and Zirl.
The guided active programme
Summer in the Innsbruck region is truly diverse: from relaxing and enjoyable to sporty and challenging, the Summer Active Programme features guided hikes and e-bike tours that invite families, leisurely beginners and sporty explorers to experience the impressive (mountain) landscapes. All guided tours are free with the Welcome Card, which you receive for free with a minimum stay of just two nights at partner establishments. Let our qualified tour guides take you to the most beautiful places in the region!
Did you know?
The Parish Church of St George in Leiblfing is believed to be the most photographed church in Tyrol.