REAL. CULINARY This is what the RAURISERTAL tastes like

Meat doughnuts in a centuries-old traditional inn, Wiener schnitzel with parsley potatoes, a snack with bacon and cheese in an alpine hut, warm farmer's doughnuts at the Rauris delicacies market or a home-made schnapps from the farm. This is what your holiday in the Rauris Valley and in Taxenbach tastes like.

Raurisertal Schmankerlmarkt | © TVB Rauris – Fotograf Lukas Pilz

The Rauris delicacies markets

 

Farm products from our own farm such as bacon, cheese, farmer's bread, spreads, homemade items and handicrafts, felt and wool products, lambskins, jewelry, decorative materials, coffee and cake, ... At the Rauris delicacies markets, visitors discover lots of genuine and good things - to try and take home.
The markets take place in the summer from the beginning of July to the beginning of September, every Thursday from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

WHERE: Voglmaierpark in front of the tourist office


Raurisertal Brettljause | © Ferienregion NPHT - Fotograf David Innerhofer

On-farm sales

Would you like to take home something good and homemade from your vacation? In the Rauris Valley, around 15 farms sell jams, schnapps, cheese, bacon, dairy products and more.
The Heustadlhof has something special to offer: Margot Langreiter, affectionately known as the "herb witch", makes soothing teas and healing ointments from local herbs.
You can also buy a large selection of our local products conveniently and around the clock at the "Regio Box" below the town hall.

Farm sales outlets


Raurisertal Kochbücher | © TVB Rauris

Cookbooks from the Rauris Valley

TO RECREATE YOUR FAVORITE DISHES AT HOME

It is the stories, the feelings, the memories that are associated with a dish. In the G'schicht'n & Rezepte book you will find a small collection of personal stories. We hope that it will make you smile, inspire you, remind you, in short, inspire you.

Available from the Rauris tourist office for €15. The Rauriser Schmankerl cookbook with recipes for Kaspressknödel, Holzhackermuas, elderberry syrup, meat fritters, apple kiachln and many other delicacies to cook at home. The Rauriser Schmankerl cookbook is available from the Rauris tourist office for €9.