Explore interesting sights in Bregenz, Austria. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Bregenz, Austria.Sightseeing Tours in Bregenz
1. Martinsturm Bregenz
The Martinsturm in Bregenz is a former grain store in the first courtyard of the Counts of Bregenz in the upper town. It was built in 1601 as a tower with a loggia with three arched arcades on columns and stone parapet and is crowned by a high curved onion hood with lantern. In the meantime, the tower is considered one of the landmarks of the Austrian city of Bregenz on Lake Constance. From the top floor of the Martinsturm you have a comprehensive 360 ° round view of the city. In the Martinsturm there is also an exhibition on the history of Bregenz and to that of the building.
2. Herz Jesu-Kirche
The Roman Catholic parish church of Bregenz-Herz Jesus stands on a small plateau above the town center at the Kolping Square of the city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg. The Parish Church of the Most Holy Heart of Jesus belongs to the Dean of Bregenz of the diocese of Feldkirch. The patrozinium of the Church is celebrated at the Heart Jesus Festival – on the third Sunday after Pentecost. The church is under monument protection.
3. Maria Hilf Kirche
The Roman Catholic parish church of Bregenz-Mariahilf is located in the district of Rieden-Pre-Monastery in the city of Bregenz, Vorarlberg. The parish church, named after Mary, is a member of the Dean of Bregenz, the diocese of Feldkirch. The church was built as a heroic church in Vorarlberg for the First World War. It is under monument protection.
4. Villa Raczyński
The Marienberg monastery in the Villa Raczynski in the Vorarlberg state capital Bregenz is a monastery of the Dominicans. The villa with other buildings and a garden is a listed building. It houses a elementary school, a middle school and a higher school for economic professions (HLW).
The Johannes Nepomuk Chapel is located on Kornmarktstraße near Kornmarktplatz in the city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg. Chapel St. Johannes Nepomuk belongs to the parish church of Bregenz-Herz Jesus in the Dean of Bregenz, the diocese of Feldkirch. The chapel is protected by monument.
6. Künstlerhaus - Palais Thurn-und-Taxis
The Künstlerhaus Bregenz, originally Villa Gülich, then Palais Thurn and Taxis, is an international center for contemporary art in the city palace of the Thurn and Taxis in the state capital Bregenz in Austria. It has existed since 1984.
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