Excursion destinations in Spring

SEE BAD Romanshorn at Lake Constance

SEE BAD Romanshorn

Treat yourself to a refreshing dip in the magnificently situated SEE BAD Romanshorn. The SEE BAD is located on the international cycle path around Lake Constance and is also...
Guided walk in Radolfzell at Lake Constance

Guided tour Radolfzell

Explore the beautiful landscape around Radolfzell by Lake Constance with knowledgeable hiking guides. The easy and moderate hiking circuits take approximately 3 hours. A stop...

Blöckle - Ravensburg Bouldering Centre

Bouldering is a form of rock climbing at jump off height. It is a reduction to the bare essentials involving no ropes, hooks or fear of heights. And if you don’t have the...

Upper Swabian museum village of Kürnbach

Upper Swabian village idyll and pure nature! Thatched farmhouses from more 500 years ago and impressive outbuildings illustrate the building and domestic culture of the past....
Jüdisches Museum Hohenems close to Lake Constance

Jewish Museum Hohenems

The Museum remembers the Jewish community of Hohenems and it confronts contemporary questions of Jewish life and culture in Europe, of diaspora and migration. The museum...

The Pfänderbahn cable car in Bregenz

With its unique views over Lake Constance, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and 240 Alpine peaks, the Pfänder (1,064m) is the most famous vantage point in the area. Whether you...
Museumspädagogik in der archäologischen Abteilung im Museum Biberach | © Museum Biberach

Museum Biberach

The collection features artifacts from the Biberach dentist and archeology pioneer Heinrich Forschner (1880-1959), with other Stone Age and Bronze Age findings.
salt’z – the Constance salt oasis

salt’z – the Constance salt oasis

With its salt cave boasting more than 28 tons of­ salt,­ “salt‘z”­ offers­ a­ health­ and­ spa­ experience for the young and the young at heart. At special...
Pfahlbauausstellung Dingelsdorf | © Freunde der Dingelsdorfer Pfahlbauausstellung e.V.

Stilt Construction Exhibition Dingelsdorf

Stilt construction exhibition in the local town offices with hunting, fishing, food, clothing and tool exhibits, as well as important finds from the Herbert Gieß collection.