2 adults

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My accommodation

2 adults

A good choice for your holiday:
Alpenstadt Bludenz

  • 163 landlords and hosts
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

A good choice for your holiday:

  • 163 accommodations
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

A good choice for your holiday:

  • 163 landlords and hosts
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

A good choice for your holiday:
Biosphere reserve Großes Walsertal

  • 163 holiday properties
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

Rooms 1

Safety Measures

For your safe Vacation (by 08/06/2022)

Health is an absolute priority in these challenging times. That is why we do everything to make your stay safe.

Below you will find the most important information on the current measures.

On this page we keep you always up to date on further developments and regulations for your vacation.

Current Safety Measures

In General

  • Avoid body contact, keep distance and wash hands several times a day and disinfect well.
  • Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief.
  • Since 01/06/2022: masks are no longer mandatory in public transportation and in those businesses where it still applied (supermarkets, pharmacies, etc.). For particularly vulnerable areas (hospitals and nursing homes), the mask requirement will continue to apply. It also remains in place in doctors' offices.
  • If you suspect an infection, call health number 1450 and tell your host.
  • Since 01/08/2022 quarantine no longer applies: The obligation to segregate in case of infection has been replaced by a traffic restriction. Anyone who feels healthy despite a positive test and is symptom-free no longer has to go into quarantine. Instead, a ten-day traffic restriction applies.
  • For the duration of the traffic restriction, an FFP2 mask must be worn in closed rooms outside the private living area if contact with other persons is not excluded.
  • If a minimum distance of 2 metres from other persons cannot be maintained, an FFP2 mask must also be worn outdoors, in public or private means of transport and when persons from different households gather together (also in the private living area).
  • An early lifting of the traffic restriction is possible from the 5th day onwards. For this purpose, a free test must be carried out by means of a PCR test (negative or CT value ≥30).
  • SARS-CoV-2 remains a notifiable disease.
  • During a traffic restriction a ban on entering the following facilities applies: Old people's and nursing homes as well as in-patient residential facilities for the disabled, hospitals, convalescent homes, day care facilities for the disabled and the elderly, kindergartens, crèches, nurseries, primary schools, other care facilities for children under the age of eleven, including those run by childminders.
  • Excluded from the ban on entering are: Employees, operators, residents, patients, persons in care and clients of the above-mentioned facilities, visitors in the context of palliative and hospice care, pastoral care as well as for accompaniment during critical life events, for accompaniment of minors and accompanying persons in the event of childbirth.
  • Note: Stricter measures are permissible as before on the basis of the house rules or other regulations under private law.

Gastronomy and Accommodation

Restaurants and accommodation establishments can be visited under the following regulations:

  • No 3G-proof is required, there is no registration requirement and no closing time.
  • No 3G-proof for night gastronomy or bar operation.

Cable Cars

Cable cars and rack railroads may be used under the following regulations:

  • No 3G-proof is required and no FFP2-mask obligation.

Guest Card

Events within the scope of the Guest Card can be visited under the following regulations:

  • No 3G-proof is required, there is no registration requirement and no closing time.

Leisure & Culture

Cultural and leisure facilities, sports venues and fitness centers can be visited under the following regulations:

  • No 3G-proof is required, there is no registration requirement and no closing time.

Events & Gatherings

Events can take place under the following regulations:

  • No 3G-proof (also for night gastronomy or bar operation).
  • Covid officers and prevention concepts are now only required for events with over 500 attendees and for healthcare and nursing facilities.
  • Please follow the rules/guidelines of the organizer.

Children & Teenager

  • No mask is required to be worn until the age of 6.
  • Up to the age of 14, an mouth-nose protection is sufficient, after that the FFP2-mask obligation applies.
  • Children are exempt from the requirement to present proof of entry until the age of 12.
  • From the end of the ninth school year or from the age of 15, adolescents must also have proof of 3G in order to be allowed to enter the areas concerned.

3G - Vaccinated, Recovered or Tested

The following proofs are valid as a 3G-proof:


  • Evidence of vaccination with a centrally licensed vaccine against Covid-19. The validity of the third vaccination (booster) is increased to 365 days.
  • A recovery certificate, or medical confirmation of infection with SARS-CoV-2 had in the last 180 days that has been confirmed by molecular biology.
  • A certificate of seclusion issued to a person who has been confirmed to be infected.
  • Evidence from an authorized source of a negative molecular biology test result (e.g., PCR test) taken no longer than 72 hours ago.
  • Evidence from an authorized body of a negative antigen test result, which must have been taken no more than 24 hours previously.
  • A proof of an antigen test for self-testing ("living room test") which was recorded by an official data processing system and which was taken not longer than 24 hours ago.

Test Options

General Testing Strategy from 01/04/2022

  • There is the possibility of antigen or PCR testing in test stations. To do this, you must first register in the Covid portal and then you can select the test collection point incl. appointment. You can access the Covid portal here.
  • Since April, PCR screening tests are possible via "Vorarlberg gurgelt". Thus, 172 acceptance and drop-off points for the PCR gargle self-tests continue to be available in the 96 municipalities.
  • 5 PCR tests and 5 antigen tests per person and per month will be available free of charge (for persons with residence in Austria and Austrian social security number).
  • Antigen tests can be obtained with the e-card at the pharmacy and registered via QR code through the testing platform (QR codes are also available at pharmacies).
  • Guests without an Austrian E-Card receive 5 PCR tests per month free of charge. These can be obtained and registered via "Vorarlberg gurgelt". Free testing in pharmacies is not available for foreign guests.
  • All information you will also find here.
  • Persons in vulnerable settings can also submit multiple tests through the platform or have them taken through pharmacies. For more information, click here.

Exit & Entry Regulations

Entry Requirements for Austria

Since 16/05/2022, 3G proof is no longer required when entering Austria. Entry is thus possible again from all countries of the world without restrictions.

Check the individual Regulations of your Country of Origin for the Return Travel

Helpful links:
Interactive travel plan: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/
Foreign Ministry Austria: https://www.bmeia.gv.at/
Germany: www.auswaertiges-amt.de
Switzerland: www.bag.admin.ch
Exit- and Entry Regulations Austrian Tourism Board: www.austriatourism.com/oew-global/aktuelle-ein-und-ausreisebestimmungen/

Safe Hospitality


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).

www.sichere-gastfreundschaft.at (German only)

Discover theRegion


Discover three valleys and one alpine town

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Welcome to Brandnertal

A winter hike through the snowy landscape, fun on the slopes in the Brandnertal ski area, cross-country skiing on the Tschengla or a toboggan safari: every day in Brandnertal holds a new winter experience for active nature lovers and families in store. The three villages in Brandnertal - Bürs, Bürserberg and Brand - offer the ideal environment, always accompanied by a mountain panorama, warm hosts and regional delicacies.

To Brandnertal

Welcome to the Alpine Town of Bludenz

The Alpine Town of Bludenz forms the centre of the 5 surrounding valleys and combines nature, culture and city in a stimulating way. In winter the two towns - Bludenz and Nüziders - are ideal centres for skiers and winter sports enthusiasts: ten ski areas can be reached within a few minutes drive.

To the Alpine Town

Welcome to Klostertal

Klostertal provides intensive encounters with nature at the foot of the Arlberg. In winter skiers enjoy the pure natural snow slopes on the Sonnenkopf or the vastness of the nearby Ski Arlberg area. Those seeking tranquillity encounter the untouched nature on snowshoes or relax on cross-country ski trails and the winter hiking trails. Off to sporting challenges and intense nature experiences in Braz, Dalaas/Wald am Arlberg and Klösterle am Arlberg!

To Klostertal

Biosphere Reserve Großes Walsertal

Inhale - exhale - breathe deeply. Winter in the biosphere reserve is above all one thing: relaxing. Start the day with a delicious breakfast buffet, hike on snowshoes over white mountain slopes, make your turns on the slopes or simply read a good book in front of the fireplace. Free from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you will discover an intact natural landscape, complemented by culinary specialities and warm hosts.

To Großes Walsertal
BürserbergBürsBrandThüringerbergSt.GeroldBlonsRaggalSonntagFontanellaFaschinaNüzidersBludenzBrazDalaasWald am ArlbergKlösterle am Arlberg

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