From Bartholomaeberg, the major city of Innsbruck - Central Tirol is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the east.
It's hardly surprising Bartholomaeberg is such a hotspot for travelers from all over the world; Austria features numerous wonderful sights and attractions. While you are in the Austria area, don't miss Bludenz. It's approximately 7 miles (11 kilometers) away from Bartholomaeberg and is home to the Muttersberg and Hochjoch Ski Area. If you are up for even more, travel to Lech am Arlberg and see the Mittagspitze and Damuls Ski Area. Lech am Arlberg is around 14 miles (23 kilometers) from Bartholomaeberg.
About 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north of Bartholomaeberg is Dornbirn, an important regional city which is home to Rappenlochschlucht, Rotes Haus and Inatura. Stadtmuseum Dornbirn, Karren and Boedele are a number of other visitor attractions to see for those who have time left.
If you are looking for indoor activities, head to Austria's mansions, art museums and history museums. These are ideal places to soak up some of the region's rich cultural tapestry and find a unique memento. Many people who visit Austria enjoy discovering the street art, open-air markets and gardens dotted throughout the region.
For those who love to hit the outdoors in winter, Austria may just be the ideal destination. Do as the locals do and go cross-country skiing and snow shoeing. Why not challenge yourself with a a high-altitude experience while you are here. Try paragliding; you'll never forget it.
When it's time to return to your friends and family at home, you'll be bidding Bartholomaeberg a sad Tschüss (farewell).