|Bregenz Opera Festival
4 Day Holiday Offer:
Hotel schwarzler/Hotel Germania prices from
£795 per person (sharing a room)
Hotel ibis Prices prices from
£675 per person (sharing a room)
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- One opera performance - category I ticket
- 3 nights’ bed and breakfast
- flights from Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow or Manchester to Zurich
- 2nd class train tickets from Zurich to Bregenz.
(Room up-grades, additional nights, single rooms and without travel options available on request)
The Alpine town of Bregenz, on the shores of Lake Constance, is a charming venue for this informal festival and we attend the opera in the Festspielhaus Congress Hall and looking at the spectacular open air 'floating stage'. The old town, with its 18th century houses and narrow cobbled streets, stands inside its old city walls on top of the hill, while the more modern town with its lakeside promenade is our base. While in Bregenz, there is an opportunity for an excursion on the lake and also to the fortified town of Ravensburg, Weingarten with its Abbey Church, Birnan with its rococo church and Meersburg from where there is a splendid view of Lake Constance.
The highlight of this year’s festival is the new production of Andrea Chenierto be performed on Bregenz’s magnificent floating stage on Lake Constance.
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Opera Festival (Opera on the Lake)
|Hotel Schwarzler||****||First Class|
|Situated in a quiet residential area with indoor pool and pleasant gardens and an excellent restaurant. The rooms are spacious with modern facilities and within 25 minutes walk of the lake and Festspielhaus.|
|Hotel Germania||****||First Class|
|Situated in a quiet location just off the city centre within walking distance of the lake and Festspielhaus, modern rooms, sauna, solarium and an excellent restaurant serving regional cuisine.|
|City centre hotel, close to the station, festival and Lake Constance.|