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Skip-the-Line Neuschwanstein Castle Half-Day Tour from Fuessen
"The tour begins at 9am from central Fussen through the historical old town of Fussen along the Lech river on Austrian boarder to the castle Neuschwanstein Hohenschwangau Marien bridge and Alpsee. Enjoy the rest of your time in Fussen with many good restaurants coffee shops and bars to have lunch (at own expense) before you go on to Munich or to your hotel.In a half-day you will see all the most popular places in and around Fussen. Your visit will be an unforgettable experience.""""This skip the line 4-hour express tour begins in Füssen at 9am and includes the entrance fee to Neuschwanstein castle
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Private Tour: Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau from Munich
"Head to the land of enchantment – the Bavarian foothills of the Alps near Fussen – and visit the glorious castles of King Ludwig II. Your private royal castle tour customized according to your preferences begins in the morning with pickup from your Munich hotel. First your informative local guide will transport you by Volkswagen minivan or similar vehicle to Hohenschwangau passing the famous Pilgrimage Church of Wies along the way. If you wish stop to explore and take photos inside the gorgeous 18th-century Rococo-style church.You’ll arrive in Hohenschwangau just in time for lunch (own expense). Afterward embark on a private guided tour of Hohenschwangau Castle
From EUR185.00
 
Heidiland and Liechtenstein Tour from Zurich: Two Countries in One Day
"After first doing a city tour of Zurich we follow Lake Zurich to Rapperswil the city of roses. We visit the picturesque Old Town and its medieval castle; you will also have some time at leisure here. Then after crossing the Ricken Pass with its panoramic views of the Alps we reach the lovely Toggenberg region whose pretty hill a the capital of the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein you will have more time at leisure. A visit to the Post Office is recommended; the famous stamps from this tiny state are coveted worldwide by philatelists and amateur stamp lovers alike. And finally the setting for the Heidi stories. In the summer months you visit Heidi's village. A pleasant short walk leads to a collection of typical mountain houses a village shop and of course lots of little goats. Entry into the authentic Heidi House is optional. In wintertime you'll visit the quaint Swiss village of Werdenberg instead.A beautiful trip back to Zurich along the banks of Lake Walen
From CHF84.00

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Euregio Train Ticket

From 18 Euro (1 zone), 24 Euro (2 zones) and 31 Euro (3 zones), 1 day travel in the Bodensee area (Feldkirch, Bregenz, St. Gallen, Schaffhausen, Konstance, Friedrichshafen, Ravensburg...) by train,...
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By Boat to Rorschach

Between 25.03. and 30.09 boats are running on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays from Lindau to Rorschach, Switzerland, in the summer between 05.05. – 11.09. are 4 boats every day, € 13 each...
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Take the Train

Lindau has its own train station, right on the island in the Old Town. Lindau is a major station on the Munich-Zurich line, with even the "fastest" trains stopping here. If you're coming from Munich,...
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travelfrosch
Mar 29, 2015

TRANSPORT

Lindau can be reached by many forms of transportation.As we had our own car, this is the way we arrived, quite easy as there is a bridge across to the island from the mainland.Lindau is the Terminus...
balhannah
Feb 01, 2015

Explore Bodensee by boat

By far the nicest way to explore Bodensee (Lake Constance) is by ferry. There is an extensive network of ferry routes crisscrossing the lake, which services a limited number of towns on the Swiss side...
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CatherineReichardt
Nov 09, 2012

Lake Boats

Frequent boats depart Lindau for various destinations along the lake during the summer. While service is less frequent off-season, there are still regular boats to destinations such as...
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Apr 05, 2008
 
 
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Boat trips around the lake

Lindau and all the Bodensee area is very easily reached by train and car, the Lindau railway station is just opposite the harbour. And in the warm season numerous boats serve all German, Swiss and...
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Anjutka
Aug 23, 2007

Slow road down Lake Konstanz to Lindau

The 70km or so of E54 from Singen down the East side of Lake Konstanz to Lindau was a very scenic route but queued solid with day trippers in August and it took a very frustrating 2+hrs to...
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Whitevanman
Apr 16, 2006

Lindau transportation

The train stops here enroute from Munich to Zurich and vice versa. From Bregenz, it is about a ten-minute train ride and costs $3 one-way. The train stops on the island and once you exist the station,...
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Krumlovgirl
Dec 13, 2002

Air from the UK

Ryanair fly to Friedrichshafen from London Stansted airport. It's a 20 minute train ride to Lindau from Friedrichshafen.
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bonio
Feb 21, 2007

By Train

Lindau station is on the edge of the island. It is a 2-3 hour journey from Munich and easy to reach from Bregenz and Friedrichshafen.
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Feb 21, 2007

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Seepromenade , Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Bad Schachen 1, Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Seepromenade, Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Bodenseestr. 16, Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Schafgasse 10, Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Bahnhofplatz 4-5, Lindau, Bavaria, 88131, Germany
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Things to Do Near Lindau

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Rorschach

We knew we were leaving Switzerland by catching a ferry somewhere on Lake Constance. I chose Rorschach because I have a degree in psychology and associated the town with the famous ink blot...
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Zeppelin Museum

A few rockers are dazed and confused when they find out this museum is about the German airships, not the British rock band. The museum chronicles the good times and bad times of the age of the...
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St Gallen

After Rapperswil we spent a few days in St Gallen. St. Gallen is in the northeastern part of Switzerland. It is located about 700 meters above sea level and is one of the highest cities in...
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Appenzell

From St Gallen we took the Appenzeller Railway to Appenzell. Appenzell Village is the capital of the smallest of the Swiss cantons. It is surrounded by beautiful mountainous scenery and has some...
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Vaduz Town Hall

Vaduz town hall or rathaus is in the centre of Vaduz. It has some attractive looking bronze horse sculptures outside it. These sculptures are by Swiss sculptor Nag Arnoldi. These sculptures were...
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Museums

We did not have sufficient time to visit the National Museum, otherwise known as the Liechtenstein Landesmuseum, in Vaduz on our last visit. Apparently it has a permanent exhibition about the history,...
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balhannah

"MEDIEVAL OLD TOWN OF LINDAU"
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"Lindau *IN* Bodensee"
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Cristian_Uluru

"A Bavarian town on the Lake Constance"
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desert_princess

"Lindau - just enchanting!"
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codrutz

"Official brand: "The happy end of Germany" (?!)"
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