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Sight 1: Nepomukkapelle
The Johannes-Nepomuk chapel is located in Kornmarktstraße near the Kornmarktplatz in the city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg. The chapel St. Johannes Nepomuk belongs to the parish church of Bregenz-Herz Jesus in the Deanery Bregenz of the Diocese of Feldkirch. The chapel is listed.
Sight 2: Kunsthaus Bregenz
The Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB) presents temporary exhibitions of international contemporary art in Bregenz, capital of the Austrian Federal State of Vorarlberg. Commissioned by the State of Vorarlberg and designed by the Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, it was built between 1990 and 1997.
Sight 3: vorarlberg museum
Sight 4: Herz Jesu-Kirche
The Roman Catholic parish church of Bregenz-Herz Jesus stands on a small plateau above the city center on the Kolpingplatz of the city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg. The parish church of Jesus belongs to the Deanery of Bregenz of the Diocese of Feldkirch. The patronal feast of the church is celebrated for the Herz-Jesu festival-on the third Sunday after Pentecost. The church is under monument protection.
Sight 5: Martinsturm Bregenz
The Martinsturm is a former granary in the first courtyard of the Counts of Bregenz in the upper town. It was built in 1601 as a tower with loggia with three arched arcades each on columns and stone parapet and is crowned by a high curved onion dome with lantern. Meanwhile, 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° panoramic view over the city. In the Martinsturm there is also an exhibition on the history of Bregenz and that of the building.
Sight 6: Schmalstes Haus Europas
The Kirchstrasse 29 building is a residential building in Bregenz. It is referred to as the "narrowest house in Europe" and was mentioned for the first time in 1796.
Sight 7: Künstlerhaus - Palais Thurn-und-Taxis
Künstlerhaus Bregenz, originally Villa Gülich and later Palais Thurn und Taxi, is an international contemporary art center located in Stadtpalais der Thurn und Taxi in the Austrian capital Bregenz. It has existed since 1984.
Sight 8: Stadtpfarrkirche St. Gallus
The parish church of St. Gallus is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Bregenz in Vorarlberg, Austria.
Sight 9: Pfänder
The Pfänder is a mountain in western Austria close to Lake Constance (Bodensee). The city of Bregenz lies at the foot of the mountain on the shores of the lake. With its views over the lake and the surrounding mountain peaks, the Pfänder is one of the most famous lookout points of the region.
Sight 10: Hirschberg
Hirschberg is 1095 meters above sea level. A high mountain in the Allgäu Alps west of A. Iller. It is mainly located in the territory of the city of Langen Bei Bregenz and part of the western slope belongs to Eichenberg.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
Why Visit Sights? Self-guided sightseeing tours are a free and safe alternative to bus tours. You can explore Stadt Bregenz at your own pace, any time! Also you are doing something good for your health by walking.
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