Hotel La Maison

Occamstrasse 24, Munich, Bavaria, 80802, Germany
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Lindau day trip

by adamparhi

Hi,

I'm planning to get Munich next week, and I'm wondering if to take a day trip to Lindau.
What kinds of attractions and special thinks I can find there?
Also, should I dedicate Lindau one full day, or maybe I can combine more places to visit (that are located near by)


Thanks,
Adam

Re: Lindau day trip

by christine.j

Will you have a car?
Stroll through Lindau, then drive along Lake Constance. Meersburg is a beautiful town at the lake, in Friedrichshafen there is the very interesting museum of the zeppelin, or you can go to Bregenz in Austria.
If you go by train, I'd recommend staying in Lindau and going to Bregenz by boat.

Re: Lindau day trip

by adamparhi

Thanks,

Do you know where I can see the boat's schedule?

Re: Lindau day trip

by vtveen

For the boat schedule see: http://www.bodenseeschifffahrt.de/

In Bregenz you could also visit the Pfander, a mountain above the city.

Happy travels
Jaap

Re: Lindau day trip

by Kakapo2

Nothing against Bregenz, but compared to other towns around the lake it is one you can give a miss - if you do not go there for the opera festival.

Lindau itself (the old part on the island) is an absolute gem, every single building is a beauty, and you can wander around for ages, just looking and admiring.

To make most of the day I would just cruise the lake, there are several departures per hour. The most rewarding towns are Meersburg and Wasserburg, and the ships also go to the island of Mainau, which is famous for its castle and its flowers.

If you worked out an itinerary that included Lindau, Meersburg and Mainau you would have a very rewarding day.

Re: Lindau day trip

by travelfrosch

A day-trip to Lindau from Munich is possible, but be sure to get a very early train there and/or a very late train back. My personal opinion is that you can take in the best of Lindau in a few hours (though naturally you would get a much more complex taste of the city if you stayed longer). If you take a day-trip, enjoy the view of the harbor and "Leuchtturm" (lighthouse), then take a walk around the island. Have a drink and/or meal in the old town, then make your way back to Munich.

The most economical way to get there and back is with the Bayern-Ticket. The ticket covers transportation on all short-haul(i.e., not IR, IC, EC, or ICE) trains in Bavaria, as well as public transportation in Munich. The only major restriction: if you're traveling on a weekday, you must start your travel after 9AM. For example, you could take the ALEX train departing from Munich Hauptbahnhof at 9:19AM and arriving in Lindau at 12:00. A good return train would be the ALEX departing at 8:30PM and arriving at Munich at 11:20PM. The entire trip would be EUR 20 with a "Bayern Ticket Single" if you're traveling alone, or EUR 28 with a "Bayern Ticket" with a group of up to 5. Take a look at http://www.bahn.de/i/view/USA/en/prices/germany/laender-ticket.shtml for more detailed information.

Travel Tips for Munich

Visit Marienplatz. This is the...

by chrissyalex

Visit Marienplatz. This is the 'New Town Hall' which has a Glockenspiel clock. Daily at 11:00 AM (and also at 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm May through October) The Glockenspiel turns and displays colorfully dressed figures.

.. and i forget this one...

by jujub

.. and i forget this one too...
But i did go to the Deutsches Museum, on the recommendation of this cute guy in a cafe. The museum is very science-oriented for the most part, with lots of interactive stuff (astronomy, radio, sun dials, musical instruments, transportation relics, etc). And in choosing the cold outside or the warmth inside, i liked the museum. =) The museum is right by the Isar River.

Munich Locals

by Fen

People from Munich have a strong sense of their identity and are proud to live in the capital of Bavaria. They are relaxed, laid back and known for their friendliness and hospitality. Brewing and drinking beer has an important status in Munich's community. Locals often gather round the long wooden tables in the beer cellars, sometime wearing traditional costume, to drink and chat. Visitors are always made welcome to join in!

Warm but unpredictable in Summer, cold in Winter

by annase

Munich has a continental climate. However, because the city is located near the Alps, it is likely to rain often. Thunderstorms also often seem to appear out of the blue. Make sure you take your umbrella as well as long sleeved shirt and trousers in summer - just in case.

The range of temperatures between day and night or summer and winter can also be huge. A warm downwind from the Alps (Föhn) can change the temperatures completely within a matter of hours, even in the winter (December - March). Munich experiences very chilly winters, although heavy rainfall is very rare in the winter. The coldest it gets is on average -2°C, January being the coldest month of the year. It’s fairly warm all the way through from May until August, with average temperature of 19° C (65) in July, which is the hottest month.

Munich's Birthday

by Britta

Around June 9th is Munich's Birthday. The city spends the weekend celebrating, with stalls set up in the Marienplatz and extend all the way to Konigsplatz selling food and crafts and such. They also have a professional orchastra playing that is free.

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 Hotel La Maison

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Address: Occamstrasse 24, Munich, Bavaria, 80802, Germany