Lindau Transportation

  • Inside the Train Station
    Inside the Train Station
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  • German and Austrian Ticket Machines
    German and Austrian Ticket Machines
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    Old townhall
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  • 1. 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...

  • 2. 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,...

  • 3. 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...


    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...

  • 5. 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...

  • 6. 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...

  • 7. 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...

  • 8. 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...

  • 9. 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...

  • 10. Air from the UK

    Ryanair fly to Friedrichshafen from London Stansted airport. It's a 20 minute train ride to Lindau from Friedrichshafen.

  • 11. 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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  • May 7, 2013 at 1:03 PM

    Trains in Bavaria are wonderful, and so is the Bayern ticket, but my party of 4 women in our 70's cant get to Rothenburg ob der Tauber without at least 2 changes. Does any one have an info on bus service that might be better for this trip? We need to go on May 10, 2010

    • leics's Profile Photo
      May 7, 2013 at 11:05 PM

      Welcome to VT. You'll want to ask your question on the Bavaria travel forum here:

      where far more people will see it and you will get useful replies. But I doubt you will find a direct bus from (I assume) Lindau to Rothenburg. Trains and buses rarely 'compete' in Germany.