Meersburg Off The Beaten Path

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    The Grapes of Meersburg
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    by balhannah Updated Jan 27, 2015

    We made Meersburg our base, and then did day trips out, one was to Bregenz, which was 50kms away and located at the end of Lake Constance, in Austria. We drove our car rather than catching the boat, which is another option and a lovely way to go there.

    The road trip was lovely though. Travelling on Highway E54 which changes into E43, we had a good run into Bregenz. The scenery is beautiful along this drive. The snow capped mountains, the lake, the green paddocks, small villages and Apple trees just coming into blossom made this a gorgeous drive. We stopped in at some of the small, quaint villages, worth doing if you wish. A couple of the larger towns are Friedrichshafen and Landau, or perhaps you may decide just to see Bregenz, a town that has plenty to offer the tourist!

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    Visit a Winery

    by MonicaLouise Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    While staying in the Meersburg area of Germany (which in and of itself seemed fairly off-the-beaten-path to me) we visited the Winzerverein Winery to take home some local "flavor".
    As the picture shows, the grapes are grown on the hills overlooking the Bodensee.

    The Grapes of Meersburg

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