Visitors can stroll through the picturesque streets and experience traditional Tyrolean charm. Rietz is nicknamed "Kirchendorf" (Church Village) for its beautiful churches. The pilgrimage church of St Anthony is particularly popular for weddings.
The inhabitants of Rietz place great value on local traditions and they demonstrate this in an impressive way every three years when the carnival celebrations take centre stage. Rietz is also well-worth a visit for gourmets. The village is located directly on the Cycle & Savour cycle route, which is lined with local producers and excellent schnapps distillers.
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!
10 years Obertöne: The sound makes the music
Mötz: a village with a royal past
Stams Abbey – 750 years of spiritual-cultural center
Summer – Theater – Festival: Tiroler Volksschauspiele
Jakob Auer: Nature boy, carnival enthusiast and painter
Tyrolean organic mushrooms: Schwammerln at its best
Bad weather program- the coolest indoor activities
It’s getting frosty – the Ice Age Trail in Mösern
The museum moves: the year of the Euregio museums has begun
Hike into the lower Schlossbachklamm gorge near Zirl
Sport climbing in winter
Away from the hustle and bustle: winter sports alternatives around Innsbruck