Parks & Squares

Jägerstätterpark

This park was inaugurated and personally opened on 8 August 2006 by Austria’s President Heinz Fischer. The beautiful park invites you to spend your time there, calm down and take a rest. A small ...

Palmpark

On the 26th of August 1806 Johann Phillip Palm, a bookseller from Nürnberg, was shot in Braunau on Napoleon’s orders by French soldiers because of his text “Germany in deepest shame”. The ...

Malerwinkel

Painter’s Corner, at the end of the old “dyer’s ditch” is right next to Palmpark and offers one of the most picturesque views of Braunau (hence the name). From here, Braunau’s most ...

Epitaph of Hans Steininger

On the outside walls of St. Stephan’s church various valuable epitaphs can be found, among them the one of Hans Steininger, the “man with the long beard“.  He was a famous mayor of Braunau in ...

Inn-Salzach-Panorama

The viewpoint terrace at the Inn-Salzach delta offers an enchanting panoramic view over parts of the European Nature Reserve “Lower Inn“. It can be reached by bike and car. Parking spaces, ...

Ratzlburg – archeological excavation site

The romantically situated ruins of the former Ratzlburg Castle offer a glimpse into the past, when the rich family of the “Rohrers“ ruled the area. The ruins date back to the 12th century and ...

Nature Trails

If you feel like knowing more about trees, our tree trail will answer your questions. At the same time it leads you through our beautiful riverside woodlands where you can enjoy some peace and quiet ...

Haselbach

In only fifteen minutes, you can walk from the town centre to Haselbach, one of Braunau’s most enchanting suburbs. Here you will find the legendary spring of the “Augenbründl”, the idyllic St. ...
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