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Montfort Castle – ascent of the tower

One of the most attractive castles around Lake Constance, Montfort Castle is the emblematic landmark of Langenargen. From the tower, visitors enjoy fascinating views over the...
“Women of Ravensburg” guided tour close to Lake Constance

“Women of Ravensburg” guided tour

In this guided tour through the old town, the history of the women of Ravensburg the Middle Ages to the 20th century comes alive: you will hear about pious nuns, hard-working...

Upper Swabian Baroque Road

For almost fifty years, the Upper Swabian Baroque Road has paved the way to the lovingly renovated vestiges of the past. Four roads wind their way through the region,...
Rafting in the Ravensburger Spieleland close to Lake Constance

Ravensburger Spieleland

In the leisure park by Lake Constance, the entire family can enjoy unforgettable moments together: plunge into the depths of the Alpine Rafting, whiz up to the lofty heights...
Henry-Dunant-Museum close to Lake Constance

Henry-Dunant-Museum

The museum presents the life, work and visions of Henry Dunant – in the house where the founder of the Red Cross spent the last 18 years of his life. In four rooms,...

Rosgartenmuseum

The Rosgartenmuseum has a long tradition being the region’s most important museum of culture, art and history. It was founded in 1870. Since that time, a rich collection of...
Aerial photograph of the Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen at Lake Constance

Rhine Falls

Every year, more than two million visitors make the pilgrimage to Schaffhausen to see the roaring waters of the Rhine. That is why Schaffhausen is sometimes called the...
Aquamarin in Wasserburg close to Lake Constance

Aquamarin Wasserburg

On the very shores of Lake Constance, the heated swimming pools (28°C) boasting spectacular views over the lake and the surrounding mountains pure bathing pleasure, even on...
inatura - Children in the Dornbirn nature show experience at Lake Constance

inatura - Dornbirn nature show experience

Dornbirn’s “inatura” is a singular museum. “Please touch”. The inatura exhibition explores themes relating to nature, humans and technology. The museum includes...