Top 10 things to do in Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg

Visit the Kunsthaus Bregenz, designed by Pritzker prize winner Peter Zumthor

Vorarlberg is a region in Austria.

Deemed "the most progressive part of the planet when it comes to new architecture" by Wallpaper magazine, Vorarlberg's landscape is dotted with innumerable strikingly designed modern buildings. Nowhere else ...

Overall rating: 4.0
Region in Austria
Typical length of visit: 4 hours

Top 10 things to do in Vorarlberg

Bregenz

Bregenz
Was the back drop to the movie "Quantum of Solace" and Bregenz hosts an annual festival on a stage in the lake

Bezau Beatz

Bezau Beatz
Urban music on summer Tuesdays

Bregenzerwald Cheese Road

Bregenzerwald Cheese Road
Explore the cheese route in Austria, the ideal way to explore the region and its close ties with cheese-making.

Costumes of the Bregenzerwald

Costumes of the Bregenzerwald
The women wear dark skirts to avoid being mistaken for otherworldly beings

Flatz Museum

Flatz Museum
You must ascend “Book Stairs” and clear heavy punching bags before you can enter the museum of this innovative artist

Grosses Walsertal Biosphere Reserve

Grosses Walsertal Biosphere Reserve
A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Lech / Zürs

Lech / Zürs
Made its name centuries ago with great slopes and amazing dining experiences tucked away in Austrias Alps

Schubertiade

Schubertiade
The world’s top Schubert festival

The elegance of wood

The elegance of wood
The status of fine stones and hand-made tiles in building traditions of other countries is given to wood in Vorarlberg.

Vorarlberg: Architectural Highlights

Vorarlberg: Architectural Highlights
Striking for structures of simple, natural and sustainable timber architecture

Bregenz Spring

Bregenz Spring
Linking the moment with the imagination (March to June)

Kunsthaus Bregenz

Kunsthaus Bregenz
This museum, designed by Pritzker prize winning architect Peter Zumthor is a great venue for international artists.

The Bregenz Festival

The Bregenz Festival
Audiences experience monumental opera productions under open skies in a hitherto unknown intensity