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Urban on a pleasantly human scale, set amid enchanting nature, and strategically located for excursions around the international Lake Constance. Venue of the Bregenz festival and many other festival events. Known for its contemporary architecture. A destination of choice for meetings and conventions, with Bregenz, Dornbirn, Hohenems and Feldkirch as the major towns.
Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or actionpacked days, the Arlberg is a perfect choice to revive body, mind and spirit. Lech am Arlberg creates space for power sources and time to absorb them with all the senses. Discover your inner self at crystal-clear mountain lakes, scenic lookouts, verdant alpine pastures and craggy mountain peaks.
The region for gourmets and epicures. Famed for savoury mountain cheese and the Cheese Route. A startling blend of old and new architecture, contemporary design next to traditional timberframed houses.Themed trails tell interesting stories, while sports and activity beckon in the great outdoors. The Schubertiade concerts in Schwarzenberg are the musical highlight.
The 39 km long, high-alpine valley with eleven towns and villages lies in the south of Vorarlberg. 500 km of hiking trails, over 800km of mountain bike routes, the 4,000 steps of the steep Europatreppe stairs, two golf courses, indoor and outdoor pools, Alpine Coaster and Flying Fox at the Golm. A bargain: Montafon Silvretta card which is valid for lifts and cable cars, buses, museums, practice crags, forest rope parks and many other attractions.
Brandnertal, Klostertal, Bludenz/Walgau
Two striking mountain valleys, the Brandnertal and the Klostertal, and the town of Bludenz make for the charm of this holiday region. 800km of hiking trails, 300km of mountain bike routes, two 18-hole golf courses, horse-back riding, archery.
Accessible by road only from Germany. Over 2,000m high mountains line the valley from three sides. In summer, the untouched mountain scenery is popular among hikers, bikers and those wanting to recharge their batteries. Not to miss: Bergschau museum with interactive stations. For diverting entertainment, visit a string of local festivals and the casino in Riezlern.
Winner of the EDEN award, the Grosses Walsertal Biosphere Park subscribes to summer sports in close touch with nature. The people who work and live in this calm, romantically wild mountain valley are innovative and yet conscious of their traditions – and they consider the interaction between society, the economy, ecology and culture.