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Konstanz is the largest city at Lake Constance, located directly at the border to Switzerland. Today, Constance and Kreuzlingen (its Swiss neighbour) have grown together and the border runs between buildings and streets. There is a beautiful Old Town on the southern side of the Rhine and the district Paradies (Paradise) is the only German area south of Lake Constance.


By car Constance is about 1 hour away from Bodenseehof. The journey to Constance is faster if you use the ferry in Meersburg or the Catamaran from Friedrichshafen.

By train you will need about 1 1/2 hours with change in Radolfzell.

The best option is to take the Katamaran from Friedrichshafen.

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  • Schnetz gate
  • Minster Unserer Lieben Frau
  • Niederburg
  • Rheintor tower
  • Rathausensemble (Town Hall)
  • SEA LIFE Konstanz
  • Rosgarten Museum
  • Archäologisches Landesmuseum
  • Lake Constance Museum of Natural History
  • Hus-House
  • House dwellings Dingelsdorf
  • UNSECO World Heritage Site Prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps