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Community of Aistersheim

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Special features

Facts

  • Inhabitants: 860
  • Area: 11 km²
  • Altitude (from): 437m ASL
  • Altitude (to): 437m ASL
  • Type of community: Municipality
  • Longitude: 13,7519
  • Latitude: 48,1852
Tucked away in the folds of Hausruck´s gently rolling foothills amidst unspoilt nature in abundance you´ll find the picturesque village of Aistersheim ...

The tiny and idyllic resort of Aistersheim nestles among the foothills of Hausruck Massif and sprawls along the edge of scenic Hausruck Forest.
Those seeking to burn up extra energy can explore the area´s stunning network of hiking paths and trails. Avid cyclists can explore the scenic trail that meanders across the picturesque Hausruck and Mostland areas.
When it comes to sports, you can choose from a tremendous variety of seasonal activities.

Rich in history and architecture, Aistersheim´s sights and attractions include a superb Moated Castle of late Renaissance style architecture. In the summer, the lovely Castle serves as stunning backdrop for a variety of cultural and musical events.

Contact

Community of Aistersheim
Gemeinde Aistersheim
Aistersheim 5
4676 Aistersheim

Phone: +43 7734 2855-0
Fax machine: +43 7734 2855-33
E-Mail: gemeinde@aistersheim.ooe.gv.at
Web: www.aistersheim.at

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Tucked away in the folds of Hausruck´s gently rolling foothills amidst unspoilt nature in abundance you´ll find the picturesque village of Aistersheim ... The tiny and idyllic resort of Aistersheim nestles among the foothills of Hausruck Massif and sprawls along the edge of...