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Olgastr. 20, 88045 Friedrichshafen, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
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Friedrichshafen Hafen Station14 min
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Private Sightseeing Tours

Private Tour around Lake Constance in just one day including pick up from any hotel

Sightseeing Tour&#xa0;&#xa0;Around the Lake Constance in just one day ! <br>Discover 3 magnificent Countries&#xa0; around Lake Constance on this guided, full-day private tour&#xa0;<br>With a water surface area of 536 km2 and a circumference of 273 km, it is the third largest lake in Central Europe. With 63 km length and 14 km width, the opposite shore disappears often behind the horizon.<br> • Bregenz - Austria <br> • Rohrschach / Switzerland&#xa0; <br> • Arbon / Switzerland <br> • Constance / Germany&#xa0; <br> • Stein am Rhein /Germany&#xa0; <br> • Island of&#xa0; Reichenau / Germany&#xa0; <br> • Meersburg / Germany&#xa0; <br> • Friedrichshafen / Germany&#xa0; <br>Experience the highlights at Lake Constance with a visit to the historic old town on the island of Lindau with the Mediterranean ambience on a guided city tour. Stroll through the winding, romantic alleys with their many small galleries and visit Germany's southernmost lighthouse - together with the Bavarian Lion - a historical ensemble at the Lindau harbor. <br>Routing can be changed upon hotel pick up -
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LiLiCockerpoo wrote a review Mar 2019
Chester-le-Street, United Kingdom1,246 contributions279 helpful votes
Visited this place for a business conference. The facilities were acceptable, although showing a lot of signs of old age The staff were efficient and friendly
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Date of experience: March 2019
522depeche wrote a review Jun 2018
Cheltenham, United Kingdom139 contributions21 helpful votes
A very large building looking out over the lake. There is a statue of Graf Zeppelin at the front. Great views from this house
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Date of experience: June 2018
Eitan K wrote a review Jun 2018
163 contributions42 helpful votes
If someone is interested in the specific history then this is the place for you. Otherwise, go to the museum in the center of town.
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Date of experience: November 2017
Traveller87987687 wrote a review May 2018
Bangkok, Thailand3,110 contributions134 helpful votes
First of all: Do not confuse the “Graf Zeppelin Haus” with the “Zeppelin Museum”! These two buildings are one kilometre apart from each other. Many people in the English section of TA obviously thought that they are one and the same…well, they are not. This review is about the concert hall (Conference & Convention Center). There are many places around Lake Constance that are named after Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, probably the most famous person born in this region. It was therefore no surprise that they named another venue after him. It was opened in 1985 and serves as a concert hall, community centre, cultural temple, and conference centre. The Graf Zeppelin Haus (sometimes abbreviated as “GZH”) is located on the shores of Lake Constance and is part of the lakeside promenade. Next to it is the marina and the city centre can be reached within a 10 minute stroll. The nearby Schulmuseum (School Museum), is only a one minute walk from here, in case you plan to visit this as well. The main hall can be changed in size and shape and host up to 1400 people during concerts and opera performances. It was designed to create only a minor change to the Friedrichshafen skyline and looks much bigger from the inside as one would expect when knowing it only from the outside. Despite its relatively young age it is already considered a historical building. It houses a restaurant with lake view. In good weather conditions you can see Mount Säntis in Switzerland and the part of the Rhine valley near Bregenz in Austria. In the building is an advance booking office for the many events taking place here. Check out their web site for opening times. The ticket sale on the day of the event starts one hour before the scheduled beginning, in case tickets are not sold out, of course. On the lawns in front of the building is one of the many Count Zeppelin statues you can find in this region.
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Date of experience: February 2018
Karthik Balasubramaniam wrote a review Jul 2016
Bengaluru, India369 contributions171 helpful votes
The Zeppelin Museum is located on the Friedrichshafen Harbour and can be reached by walk from the Railway station. The Museum entrance fee is around 8 Euros, but seems more than worth after your visit as you get learn all about Zeppelins and its incredible history in under 2 hours. There is also a possibility of booking a Zeppelin ride for an exorbitant price if your pocket allows lasting from 30 mins to 2 hours over the Lake Constance.
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Date of experience: July 2016