Health is an absolute priority in these challenging times. That is why we do everything to make your stay safe. We welcome you - without a hug or handshake, but with a lot of warmth. You will feel our smile - also with the mouth and nose protection. And we keep our distance - as the greatest expression of appreciation.
We are capitalizing on these and many other measures in these times. For you and us. Together, we will do it!
Below you will find the most important information on the current measures as well as an information sheet for download.
On this page we keep you always up to date on further developments and regulations for your winter vacation.
In Vorarlberg, catering and accommodation establishments are allowed to reopen under certain conditions:
Cable cars and rack railroads may be used with a 2-G certificate.
An FFP2 mask must be worn in enclosed or coverable means of transport (gondolas, cabins, coverable chairs) and in enclosed rooms of the associated stations.
As of 11/01/2022, the FFP2 mask requirement also applies outdoors if a 2-meter distance is not possible.
Please note that most cable cars transport people only with FFP2 mask. Exceptions or exemptions (even with a medical atest) are not permitted. Persons without a FFP2 mask are not allowed to enter. Please inform yourself directly with the respective operators in advance.
Basically, the following rules apply to events within the scope of the guest card:
Cultural and leisure facilities, sports venues and fitness centers can reopen in Vorarlberg under certain conditions.
So that young people from Austria and abroad between the ages of 12 and 15, who are not or only partially vaccinated, can still spend their vacation in Austria, the so-called "Holiday-Ninja-Pass" was developed for this purpose. This applies to all children aged 12-15 from Austria and abroad who were born after 31 August 2006.
Here is a brief summary of the most important information:
The following credentials will authorize entry to restaurants, tourism- and recreation establishments, ski areas and events (depending on the rules - see above).
Austria will loosen entry requirements as of Monday 24/01/2022. 14 countries - including the Netherlands, Great Britain, Denmark and Norway - will be removed from the list of virus variant areas.
From Monday, 24/01/2022 the current 2G-Plus entry regulation is valid for all countries. This means that Austria will only allow persons with 2G proof (vaccinated or recovered) into the country who can also present a current PCR test (max. 72 hours old) or the 3rd vaccination.
From virus variant areas, only persons with third vaccination AND a maximum 48 hours old PCR test were allowed to enter Austria until now.
This entry regulation has now been extended until 28.02.2022.
After Austria was removed from Germany's list of high-risk areas at the end of December 2021, the emergence of the Omikron variant and the resulting increased incidence of infection has again prompted Germany to place Austria on its list of high-risk areas, along with many other EU countries.
The changes were published by the Robert Koch Institute and will be effective from Sunday, 16/01/2022. Thus, Austria is listed as a high-risk area, like Switzerland, France, Italy and Spain.
The federal government and the federal states are taking extensive measures to support tourism and to position our destination as a safe holiday destination. Your health has been our top concern since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic (Sars-CoV-2 pandemic).
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