Tourist Information on Hohenems
Zürich International Airport (CH), as well as the regional airports St. Gallen-Altenrhein (CH), Friedrichshafen (D), and Memmingen (D) are approximately 20 to 80 minutes away from Hohenems. From there, you can continue your journey by car or by train.
By train and bus
By train, Hohenems is easy to reach from all directions via Bregenz or Feldkirch. The Markus Sittikus Hall is located in the historical town centre, which is within walking distance from the train station. For information on train schedules and fares, please check the relevant railway operator's website:
The following city bus lines stop at »Schloßplatz« in Hohenems right next to the Markus Sittikus Hall:
Landbus Line 53 (Götzis–Lustenau)
Landbus Line 55 (Bahnhof–Emsreute)
Landbus Line 22 und 23 (Dornbirn–Götzis)
For information on bus schedules and fares, please refer to Verkehrsverbund Vorarlberg
A14 (Rheintal Autobahn): Exit Hohenems
N13 (Swiss Autobahn): Exit Diepoldsau
Having left the autobahn, drive in the direction of Hohenems–Zentrum (town centre) on Diepoldsauer Straße, turning right on Angelika-Kauffmann-Straße after the railway underpass (heading towards the railway station). After 500m, turn left on Graf-Maximilian-Straße. You will see the hall on your right after 500m. The location of close-by parking areas is indicated in our Hohenems city map.
For a visit of the Schubertiade in Hohenems, we can recommend the accommodation options listed below. The hotels in Hohenems are between 5 and 15 walking minutes away from the Markus Sittikus Hall. Götzis is the next town south of Hohenems and can be reached by car and bus in approximately 7-10 minutes.
For further information on accommodation in the region, please contact:
Please contact the responsible tourism offices and organizations:
The Schubertiade Quarter in Hohenems encompasses several museums in six historical buildings which are dedicated to Franz Schubert's life and work, great classical music artists from different ages, and the important cultural history of Hohenems. The museums are open during the Schubertiade periods, as well as on appointment.
Ticket holders are entitled to visit all museums as often as they wish within a year after ticket purchase.
»The Schubertiade can easily become the passion of a lifetime, not to say mildly addictive.«
The Daily Telegraph, UK