Excursion destinations in summer

Bad Schussenried Abbey close to Lake Constance

Schussenried Monastery Museum

A former Premonstratensian monastery. Plans for the new monastery complex were drawn up in the mid-18th century by Dominikus Zimmermann and the edifice was built by Jakob...
Katamaran Konstanz-Friedrichshafen am Bodensee

Constance - Friedrichshafen catamaran

Taking a boat on Lake Constance is an experience, even in winter. Hardy holidaymakers are rewarded with spectacular panoramic views. Cold, clear air, breathtaking Alpine...
Hegne at Allensbach

A ramble through Allensbach

‘Von Gnadenglöckchen, Leidenschaften und Rechenspielen, …’ (Of bells calling for mercy, passions and number games, …) Learn about Allenbach’s history and...

Langenargen lido

A beautifully situated, family-friendly lido on the lake shore with sweeping views over the Swiss Alps. There is a swimming pool and a leisure pool with water slide and...
Äscher Wildkirchli Ebenalp

Wasserauen-Ebenalp cable car

Spend relaxing winter days on the sunny terrace of Ebenalp! The Panorama Path takes you directly to the mountain inn where you have a fantastic view to Lake Constance and...
The Count and the City of Friedrichshafen at Lake Constance

Guided tour of the Zeppelin town Friedrichshafen

Friedrichshafen stands for pioneering spirit and lively culture. The town's history ranges from dazzling moments to hidden secrets that are wrapped up in authentic stories by...
Kressbronn natural lido at Lake Constance

Kressbronn natural lido

It doesn’t matter whether you want to do sports or simply lie lazily in the sun. The Kressbronn natural lido is a meeting point for every generation. The lido boasts an...

Smilestones - miniature world

Right next to Europe's largest waterfall lays Switzerland's largest covered miniature world. From mid of November you can experience Switzerland from a completely new...

Garden tour in Überlingen

It is not for nothing that Überlingen is known as the Garden City on Lake Constance. Numerous parks and gardens are strung out like a row of pearls through the town centre....