Things to do
- Bregenz Festival
A musical and theatrical festival like no other, some of the world’s most distinguished operas have performed on the floating stage at the Bregenz Festival.
- Kunsthaus Bregenz
The Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB) is not only Vorarlberg’s most important art and exhibition centre, but also an award-winning architectural marvel.
- Rolls-Royce Museum
Visitors can enjoy over 1,000 exhibits – including the Queen Mother’s famed Phantom – set over some 3,000m² and throughout 3 storeys at the world’s largest Rolls-Royce Museum, housed in an old spinning mill built in 1862.
- Poolbar Festival
Over six weeks in July and August, some 20,000 visitors will descend upon Feldkirch for one of Europe‘s hottest music and culture festivals. Set within an old indoor swimming pool complex, come revel in a real party atmosphere where music, art, fashion and architecture coolly intermix.
Bregenzerwald in Vorarlberg - Vorarlberg’s Bregenzerwald is famous for its contemporary architecture. Throughout the region, classic wooden buildings are preserved, yet also enhanced, in bold modern form. Stay at one of the area’s design hotels for further proof.
Things to do
- Schubertiade Festival Schwarzenberg
Honouring composer Franz Schubert, the Schubertiade Festival in Schwarzenberg draws circa 45,000 visitors to its annual programme of some 50 concerts, lieder recitals and master courses.
- Bregenzerwald Cheese Street
Don’t miss the Bregenzerwald ‘Cheese Street’, a variety of ‘stopping off’ points including small dairy farms, cheese cellars, and delicatessens – all important players in the cheesemaking process. A real treat for the taste buds!
- Werkraum Depot
The Werkraum Depot is the communal exhibition and information platform for furniture and objects from the Bregenzerwald. „Handwerk + Form“ – modern pieces of furniture for everyday use are judged and awarded by an expert jury. On two weekends in October, the pieces of art are open to the public. Packages for those weekends are available.
- Ms Kaufmann Cookery School
Inspired by your cheese tour? Learn how to make authentic Austrian dishes at the ‘Ms Kaufmann’ cookery school located in a 300-year old former inn, today the Engel restaurant in Egg. Experienced cooks, farmers, and wine-growers are often invited along to this cooking session which includes an aperitif, the prepared meal with wine, a taster for home, and, of course, the all-important recipes.