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Reichersberg

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  • Inhabitants: 1.495
  • Area: 21 km²
  • Altitude (from): 347m ASL
  • Altitude (to): 347m ASL
  • Type of community: Town municipality
  • Longitude: 13,361177444458008
  • Latitude: 48,336960677868142
Where the Augustinian priests live


Reichersberg is a peaceful village on the banks of the Inn river that is known far beyond the state borders for its monastery of the Augustinian Chorherren. The monastery is not only the cultural and clerical hub of the region, it also has something to offer for gourmets: you can buy fine wines and liquors in the monastery store and wine boutique.

Contact

Reichersberg
Gemeindeamt Reichersberg
Reichersberg 35
4981 Reichersberg

Phone: +43 7758 2315-0
Fax machine: +43 7758 2315-15
E-Mail: gemeinde@reichersberg.ooe.gv.at
Web: www.reichersberg.at

We speak the following languages

German

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Coming from Vienna and Linz:
A1 West Autobahn - A8 Innkreis Autobahn - Take Ort i.I. Exit
Coming from Salzburg:
A1 West Autobahn - Take St. Georgen i.A. Exit - Frankenburg - Ried i.I. - B143 Federal Road towards Ort i.I. - Reichersberg

Coming from Vienna and Linz:
Wels - Neumarkt-Kallham - Ried i.I. - Antiesenhofen or
Wels - Attnang-Puchheim - Ried i.I. - Antiesenhofen
Coming from Salzburg:
Attnang-Puchheim - Ried i.I. - Antiesenhofen
Coming from Passau:
Schärding - Antiesenhofen

Linz/Hörsching Airport

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Where the Augustinian priests live Reichersberg is a peaceful village on the banks of the Inn river that is known far beyond the state borders for its monastery of the Augustinian Chorherren. The monastery is not only the cultural and clerical hub of the region, it also has...