Wettingen-Mehrerau Abbey is a Cistercian territorial abbey and cathedral located at Mehrerau on the outskirts of Bregenz in Vorarlberg,…
Stroll past the lake shore and enjoy the scenic landscape. Lined with trees, restaurants, cafés and sculptures.
Impressive medieval structure overlooking the town. Dating back to the 13th century, well-preserved, housing the local museum.
The Kunsthaus Bregenz presents temporary exhibitions of international contemporary art in Bregenz, capital of the Austrian Federal State of…
Neu-Ems Castle is a medieval castle in Hohenems in the province of Vorarlberg, Austria.
The Pfänder is a mountain in western Austria close to Lake Constance. The town of Bregenz lies at the foot of the mountain on the shores of…
Feldkirch Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Nicholas in the city of Feldkirch, Vorarlberg, Austria.
Vorarlberger Landestheater is a theatre in Austria that bid to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, but failed to be shortlisted.
Montafon is a 39 km long valley in the federal state of Vorarlberg that is crossed by the river Ill.
Kleinwalsertal is a part of Mittelberg, Vorarlberg, Austria. It is part of the Bregenz district and due to the geographic location in the…
The Rolls-Royce Museum is a privately owned automobile museum in Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria.
The Great Walser Valley is located in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg.
Hittisau Women's Museum is a museum in Hittisau, Austria, devoted to women.
This ski area consists of more than 200km of pistes suitable for both beginners and advanced skiers!
The Silvretta Reservoir is a reservoir in Austria. It is located approximately 2,000 metres above sea level and covers an area of 1.3 square…
Vorarlberghalle is an indoor sporting arena located in Feldkirch, Austria. The capacity of the arena is 5,200 people and was built in 1977.
For the children's book series, see RedwallThe Rote Wand is a mountain in the Lechquellen Mountains range of Vorarlberg, in western Austria.
The Flexenbahn is an aerial cableway in Stuben am Arlberg in the Austrian province of Vorarlberg.
Located in the Lech Ski Region, Chalet Eureka enjoys peaceful surroundings just 20 metres from the Schlosskopf Chair Lift.
Damülser Mittagsspitze is a 2,095 m high mountain in the Bregenz Forest Mountains in the Austrian state Vorarlberg.
Liechelkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.