In the Zeppelin city of Friedrichshafen, impressive landscapes and a vibrant life blend seamlessly with Swabian homeliness. Enjoy the view from the attractive lake shore over the unique lake and Alpine panorama or float over towns and cultural landscapes alongside the Alps in a Zeppelin airship. In the Zeppelin Museum, you can discover the history of airship travel while the Dornier Museum brings 100 exciting years of air and space travel to life. Idyllically set against Lake Constance, the city's emblematic baroque Schlosskirche is well worth a visit.
The Friedrichshafen lakeside promenade is one of the longest and most attractive on Lake Constance. The extensive harbour complex exudes a maritime holiday atmosphereandnumerous street cafés encourage visitors to linger. The view from the lakeside promenade or from the 22-metre-high observation tower on the pier over the city and the Schlosskirche, the orchards in the hinterland and the sweeping views over the lake and Alps is unique on Lake Constance.
Standing idyllically on the shores of Lake Constance is the baroque emblem of the city, the Schlosskirche. In addition to the world's largest exhibition on the history of airship travel, the Zeppelin Museum also includes an impressive collection of are from south-west Germany. Recreated as an aircraft hangar, the Dornier Museum brings 100 exciting years of air and space travel to life. In the School Museum, you can learn how schools came into being and what classrooms looked like in 1850, 1900 and 1930.
Or discover the Zeppelin city from an entirely different perspective:
gently float along the Alps, over towns and cultural landscape in the Zeppelin NT - a unique flying experience offering a birds-eye view. Huge panoramic windows offer an impressive view from every seat. Look forward to a very special flight!