The Austrian state capital of Vorarlberg offers you an excellent range of culture. The Bregenzer festivals surely constitute the most well-known highlights of the city. But also the proximity to Lake Constance, which offers sport activities and the chance for relaxation, and it makes the city particularly attractive for a holiday at the four corner country. Furthermore, the various historic buildings in the city invite you to come and explore the history of the region.
Bregenz is situated on the border of the four countries Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Lichtenstein as well as the eastern bank of Lake Constance, which is why the city is very accessible. The nearest airports, Bodensee-Airport, Friedrichshafen and St: Gallen-Altenrhein afford you an uncomplicated outward journey. Both airports are situated approximately 300 kilometers away from Bregenz. The city also has three railways stations with a direct international transport connection. In Bregenz itself, it is best to get around on bus or on foot.
The Bregenzer Deuring Schlössle, which is located in the medieval higher level of the city, served as a subject for important pieces of art such as the Viennese expressionist Egon Schiele.
The old town hall was built in the year 1662 by Michael Kuen. It is an impressive timbered structure which represented the seat of the Bregenzer town hall until the 19th Century.
As the international centre for contemporary art, the Künstlerhaus Bregenz which is situated in the Palais Thurn & Taxis, has been presenting impressive exhibitions since 1984.
especially worth visiting is the Theater am Kornmarkt, which presents 20 of its own theatre productions every year.