On this page users will find all relevant information about the Austrian federal state Vorarlberg. On the map you can see the landscapes of the federal state. These then lead to the municipalities of the province Vorarlberg. Below the map there is a slider to switch to the political organisation of the province. On the political map, users can find the regions of the state Vorarlberg, which in turn lead to the districts and municipalities. Below the map of the federal state Vorarlberg there is detailed information about the federal state. This information includes a general description of the federal state, key figures and the area use of the federal state. In addition, users can also access the map of the state's companies and institutions by clicking on the company buttons. In addition to this additional information on the federal state Vorarlberg and the presentation of the companies on the map, users can also explore detailed statistics and other interactive maps on topics such as land prices, population development and unemployment in the federal state Vorarlberg in the subject area.
Vorarlberg is the smallest federal state in Austria after Vienna, but with the second highest population density in Austria, Vorarlberg overtakes Burgenland in terms of population.
Alpine vegetation and rocks account for a total of around 37% of the area of Vorarlberg, while forests account for just under 32% of the total area of the province. The proportion of arable land and pastures in Vorarlberg, at over 15%, is twice as large as in Tyrol.
Alpine foothills (Leiblachtal, Rhine Valley - Walgau) in the west, Voralpen in the north-east, Hochalpen in the east. The Vordere Bregenzerwald in the north-east belongs to the Prealps, the Hintere Bregenzerwald in the middle belongs to the High Alps, as does the Montafon in the south.
In Leiblachtal, Rheintal - Walgau, the smallest landscape in Vorarlberg, two thirds of Vorarlbergers live on only 16% of the area of the federal state.
The Great Piz Buin is the largest mountain in Vorarlberg at 3,312m: it borders on the Swiss Grisons.
The button below the Vorarlberg map allows you to switch from the geographical to the political view of the province of Vorarlberg.