The landscape of Vorarlberg, Austria’s westernmost province, is striking for its many structures with timber construction. Their architecture is simple, natural and sustainable, at once traditional and cosmopolitan – just like the people who live here. Join in on a tour of Vorarlberg’s building culture and mentality.Architectural highlights in Vorarlberg...
At the Bregenz Festival, held in July and August, an evening of opera begins long before the conductor lifts his baton; guests are brought over the lake directly to the floating stage by ship – and thus become part of the spectacle themselves.Learn more about Bregenz Festival in Bregenz
Linking the moment with the imagination is what the Bregenz Spring Festival, held every year from March to June, is all about.Learn more about Bregenz Spring Festival in Bregenz
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 in the world do new and old architecture mesh so seamlessly, giving the region a firm foothold in both the past and the future.Learn more about Art in Vorarlberg
Austria’s cities fascinate with their monumental buildings spanning all major epochs from Gothic to Renaissance, from Baroque to Jugendstil, and Post Modernism. Historic settings for modern events, leisurely shopping tours and wonderful culinary experiences. Let yourself be charmed!More on Austria's top cities
With clever use of traditional materials and clear, sleek design, the mountainous Vorarlberg region has become a magnet for lovers of cutting edge architecture.Learn more about sustainable architecture in Vorarlberg