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What is the best way to familiarise yourself with the top attractions between Bregenz and Feldkirch as far as Liechtenstein? And see them as inexpensively as possible? With the Bodensee-Vorarlberg Leisure Card. Valid for three consecutive days between 1 April and 31 October 2013. Prize € 16,- for adults, € 8,- for children.
On the Arlberg, the Arlberg Active Inclusive Card is a free recreation ticket for Lech and the surroundings. Visitors staying one night or longer in a hotel, guesthouse or apartment are entitled to the Active Inclusive Card, a free and unlimited sesame to a superb range of recreational programmes and facilities.
The Bregenzerwald Guest Card entitles holders to the free use of cable cars and lifts, pools and buses between 1 May and 31 October 2013. Available at no cost for visitors staying three nights or longer in one of the region’s 20 partner resorts and in Fontanella and Sonntag in the Grosses Walsertal for the duration of their stay.
The Montafon Silvretta Card is the first cross-boarder Inclusive-Card. It allows unlimited use of numerous leisure facilities in Montafon and in Paznaun valley, for 3, 5, 7, 10 or 14 consecutive days. Valid from 21.06. until end of summer 2013. Prices between € 41,- and € 84,- for adults (child and elderly people discount).
The SommerAKTIV-Card enables you to unlimited use of the mountain cable cars, museums, open-air pools and public transport for 3, 5, 7, 10 and 14 consecutive days. The card is valid from 22.06. until end of summer 2013, Price between € 41,- and € 84,- for adults (child and elderly people discount).
Delightful between the limits! Politically the Kleinwalsertal is assigned to Austria but economically and for customs clearance it is assigned to Germany. The Allgäu-Walser Card is a touch-free card for visitors of the Kleinwalsertal, given to visitors upon registration with their landlord (deposit of € 5).