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Martinsturm (Tower Of St. Martin)

Graf-Wilkhelm-Strasse, Bregenz, Austria
+43 5574 46632
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Interesting location

Worth a visit: not only do you get an nice view of the city, the exhibition inside is also... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lady_IneP
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Ghent, Belgium
Not much, but much affection

There is not much on display in the small museum of the Martinsturm, but what there is has been... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2017
Staid_58
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Vienna, Austria
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“old town” (6 reviews)
“worth a visit” (2 reviews)
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Graf-Wilkhelm-Strasse, Bregenz, Austria
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth a visit: not only do you get an nice view of the city, the exhibition inside is also interesting.

Thank Lady_IneP
Reviewed 22 August 2017

There is not much on display in the small museum of the Martinsturm, but what there is has been collected and presented with much care and affection. The exhibition details the main events in the history and development of Bregenz, but the information is all...More

Thank Staid_58
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Bregenz, Austria. There for the opera; for the opera and the spectacular theatre constructed in the water at the edge of Lake Constance ( the Bodensee ) Stunning. Terracotta warriors matching ashore, the Great Wall of China at their back. Nessus Dorma. Bregenz, Austria. Not...More

Thank Fred F
Reviewed 7 June 2016

It is worth a quick visit but the museum is all in German so missed out. Opted for a quick walk up to the top, but it's not that impressive. Lovely for photo opts on the outside.

Thank chichiSouthCarolina
Reviewed 31 October 2015

The picturesque old town centre of Bregenz. Very nice renaissance architecture and church, with views of the town, below..

1  Thank Seasonedd
Reviewed 31 July 2015

Situated in the picturesque area of the old town which is perched in an elevated position above the surrounding area, the Martinsturm chapel features medieval frescoes, whilst the tower contains a military museum (not visited). To get to the chapel requires a walk up a...More

Thank Molesey19
Reviewed 19 February 2015

the tower of St. Martin is located in the old city of Bregenz. it can be reached by walk in 10 minutes from the main place Leutbuehl much easier than going by car. in the tower you get an impression how Bregenz looks like in...More

Thank Gerhard M
Reviewed 24 May 2014

The tower contains a small museum about the town history and offers nice views toward the town. Nothing exceptional.

Thank Fane_Babanul
Reviewed 30 April 2014

Really worth a visit. Walking distance from the harbor or the city center. Once you get there, you feel like in another world. Martinsturm is in a quiet neighborhood and close to a beautiful chapel. Close by is a statue for the fallen 1st world...More

Thank Kalle L
Reviewed 8 September 2013

The view from the tower is very pleasant. The items displayed may interest some. But the best thing about visiting the tower is the most enjoyable walk up from the old town. Having visited the tower just keep walking away from town to one of...More

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