Excursion destinations

with the Bodensee Card PLUS you get one time free admission to these attractions
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Sailing on Lake Constance

The sails fluttering in the wind as you skim across the shimmering water, taking in all the flora and fauna on Lake Constance and on the shore and enjoying the wonderful...

Langenargen Museum

Featuring one of the largest Hans Purrmann collections (1880-1966), the co-founder of the Académie Matisse and pieces by other artists – Jan Balet and Karl Caspar – also...

Fit and healthy

Unleash your energy with NIA and fitness. Relax with yoga and qigong, or enjoy a swim in the forest. Discover the latest outdoor trends of reactive walking and slow jogging....

KrippenWelt Museum

Switzerland's first and only crèche museum offers more than 600 nativity scenes from around the world. Our cozy bistro with its beautiful courtyard invites you to linger and...
Äscher Wildkirchli Ebenalp

Wasserauen-Ebenalp cable car

The cable car takes you up to 1,644 m in the Alpstein mountains, an ideal starting point for both relaxing and demanding hikes. Experience the mystical atmosphere of the...
MÜHLENWEGMUSEUM, Allensbach at Lake Constance

MühlenwegMuseum Allensbach

Businessman Fritz Mühlenweg (1898– 1961) joined Sven Hedin’s last expedition to eastern Asia in 1927 as accounting officer, and travelled through Mongolia three times...
Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen

Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen

Welcome to the pile dwellings in Unteruhldingen, one of Europe’s largest and oldest open-air archaeological museums. The 23 reconstructions of pile dwellings from the...
Erwin Hymer Museum at Lake Constance

Erwin Hymer Museum

Take an interactive and multimedia journey through the cultural and technical history of travel covering more than 6,000 square meters! More than 80 historic vehicles can be...

Meersburg New Palace

The New Palace crowns the city silhouette of Meersburg high above Lake Constance. The representative residence of the Prince-Bishops began to be built in 1710 and since then...