Shared by Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Austria, Germany and Switzerland share 270km of shoreline around beautiful Lake Constance. Lake Constance (Lake Konstanz or Bodensee in German) is one of the gems of central Europe offering crystal-clear water, nature parks, interesting cities rich in history and culture and many other Konstanz tourist attractions.
Historic cities, cultural festivals and the birthplace of the Zeppelin.
Nestled between those cities, your Da Capo guided bus tour can take you to find baroque churches, vineyards dense with grapes and many more scenic towns and villages where you can step back in time to the medieval era. Outdoor enthusiasts may like to explore by foot or on two wheels – cycling and hiking around Lake Constance is one of the most popular Konstanz tourist attractions. The Lake Constance Trail covers 170 miles of stunning Lake Constance scenery passing by many picture-perfect ancient towns and villages.
Lake Constance also offers many opportunities for relaxation and recreation – you can enjoy calm waters for swimming, sailing, canoeing and paddle-boarding, take a scenic boat cruise or simply enjoy a delicious meal at a lake-side restaurant.
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Konstanz tourist attractions include the Austrian city of Bregenz which hosts the annual summer Festspiele, a cultural open-air festival which attracts visitors from all over the world. A special highlight of the festival is the stage for the festivities which floats on the water of Lake Constance and guarantees a unique experience.
Did you know that the Zeppelin was invented in Germany? To be precise, in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance where you can visit the fascinating Zeppelin Museum and even take a ride in a genuine Zeppelin to enjoy a breathtaking bird’s-eye-view of Lake Constance. You can also visit the Dornier Museum of Aviation and Space Travel and the beautiful historic island city of Lindau which is situated close by.
On the other side of Lake Constance lies Konstanz, a beautiful university city in Switzerland which gave the lake its name. Highlights of Konstanz include the medieval district of Niederburg and the Konstanz Cathedral. Close by, the monastery city of St. Gallen is another must-see Lake Constance attraction where you can visit the fascinating Abbey Cathedral which houses a richly decorated library, a UNESCO world heritage site.