Guest Card Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal

Guest Card Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal – your bonus card

Guest Card Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal

One card – many benefits!

The Guest Card Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal is your "ticket" to various mountain experiences. It is your unlimited ticket to take the cable car to the top as often as you like, is valid for environmentally-friendly rides on the public buses, and is your permit to refreshing, relaxing times in the outdoor swimming pools. The Guest Card Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal is available to all visitors for free who spend at least three nights in one of the 28 partner municipalities between 1 May and 31 October 2023. The card is valid from the day of arrival to the day of departure. 

1 May to 31 October 2024

New & digital
Available to use upon arrival an always to hand: the Bregenzerwald & Großes Walsertal Guest-Card now on your smartphone (from May 2023). Your hosts will send you the link to your personal MobilCard before you arrive. Just activate it an your're good to go. Your MobilCard may already be used for the trip on regional buses to your destination or an excursion destination on the way your accommodation. 

Free admission to the pools in Schwarzenberg, Egg, Au, Bezau, Hittisau, Mellau and Schoppernau. Depending on the weather, the pools are open from the end of May to the beginning of September.

Free travel on the "Landbus Bregenzerwald" public bus routes as far as Bregenz and Dornbirn (except the town buses) as far as Lech (except the blue hiking buses - Spullersee/Formarinsee), no. 98 from Hittisau to Balderschwang and the "Großes Walsertal Landbus" to Thüringen.
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In addition, you will receive discounts at numerous partner businesses.

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SCHWARZENBERG tourist office
Vorarlberg, Austria
Tel.:  +43 5512 3570

Opening times
Mo, Tue, Thu: 8:00 to 12:00 & 14:00 to 16:00
Fr: 8:00 to 12:00
Wednesday: closed

Extended opening times during the Schubertiade

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