Feldkirch (Feldkirch) — the second largest city in Vorarlberg located in Western Austria, on the river Ill, just 3 km from the border with Liechtenstein. Feldkirch shakes beautiful mountain scenery and rich history, and walk through the city as if returns to the middle Ages.
The climate is temperate, Central European. Summers are warm and Sunny, there are brief rains, and winters are cold with low temperatures and heavy snow. Snowy winters attract many tourists to the ski slopes of Feldkirch, while in summer it is visited by lovers of nature and active rest.
Proximity to the remarkable Feldkirch schattenburg castle of the 13th century, perched on a mountain on the East of the country and served as the residence of the counts of Montfort. For visitors the castle is open as a historical Museum. Interesting are also the Cathedral of St. Nicholas of the 15th century in the Gothic style, Route 15th century and Katzen tower (Katzenturm), the former part of the fortifications. Worth a walk down the street Marktgasse, keeping the spirit of the middle Ages.