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The Great Tour of Zurich
"This tour shows you the most interesting sights of Zurich and its surroundings! Start with a guided city tour of Zurich which shows you the commercial center a section of the Old Town Fraumuenster Church with its famous Chagall windows historical Limmatquai and the university district. Drive along the Hoehenstrasse which offers spectacular views into the Alps we then drive to Rapperswil which is named the 'City of Roses'. The charming little town of Rapperswil offers unique attractions for visitors - the Rose Gardens the Castle the deer park on the Lindenhof and the picturesque Old Town.After a guided orientation tour and some time at leisure in Rapperswil
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The Zurich Trolley Experience
"Choose a start time to suit your schedule and hop aboard Zurich’s old-fashioned trolley at the Sihlquai Bus Terminal in central Zurich to begin your tour. The trolley is designed and built like a streetcar from a bygone era but with all the comforts that today's discerning traveler would expect. Take a window seat or perhaps sit at the rear to enjoy open-air views. The rear windows can also be closed with a plastic cover in case of rain or cold weather.While listening to fun facts and entertaining commentary from your audio guide take in top city attractions including Church of Our Lady (Fraumunster) with its beautiful stained-glass windows pretty Limmatquai the university district
From CHF34.00
 
Private Tour: Zurich City Highlights
"You’ll be picked up from your Zurich hotel at your selected departure time for your choice of a 2-hour or 4-hour private sightseeing tour by minivan. Before your tour begins your expert local guide will give an overview of what you'll see giving you the chance to amend the itinerary according to your preferences. Below is a sample itinerary. Throughout your tour your guide will offer interesting commentary about the sights you see making for a more meaningful immersive experience. By the time your tour ends back at your hotel you’ll discover why Zurich is ranked one of the world’s top 25 cities with the highest quality of life!"
From CHF88.00

More Transportation in Konstanz

FERRY ACROSS LAKE CONSTANCE

We found a quick way to get from A to B was to take a ferry across Lake Constance instead of driving the long way around.We wanted to reach Meersburg from Konstanz and found ferries from Konstanz to...
balhannah
Jan 13, 2015

Konstanz Train Station

The main train station in Konstanz is along the lake, so you'll have to walk a bit to get to inland destinations. Services are somewhat limited at the train station, though there is a ticket office....
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travelfrosch
Nov 05, 2013

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

City bus

With the receipt that comes with the form you fill in upon arrival at your hotel you can use the city buses for free during your stay. This proves to be extremely helpful for excursions to island...
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german_eagle
Mar 07, 2011

Bicycle

The most effective and enjoyable way of transportation - beside walking - in Konstanz is cycling. Cycling trails are well marked, maintained, mostly separated from the roads and they go anywhere -...
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german_eagle
Feb 19, 2011

Railway

Trains are the way to get to Konstanz. Connections to both the rest of Germany and Switzerland are pretty good although there are no high-speed trains to the city. Konstanz has a "two-in-one" railway...
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german_eagle
Feb 19, 2011
 
 
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Boat Cruises on the Lakes

The most pleasant way of travelling round the lake (weather permitting) are boat cruises. Several boat companies cooperate under the one roof of Bodenseeschifffahrt. The boats run on regular...
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Kathrin_E
Aug 15, 2010

The Seehas Train

Getting around the lakes is really easy. Local trains run along all river banks and stop in every village. There is no need to bother with a car. These trains are a joint venute of SBB and DB and are...
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Kathrin_E
Aug 15, 2010

Train Station Building

When arriving at the train station you'll notice the elegant slender clock tower of the station building. It reminds me of Italian, especially Tuscan architecture, like the city halls in Siena and...
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Kathrin_E
Aug 15, 2010

Panorama route to Konstanz

Go there by train, the route goes mostly right along the water's edge. Beautiful views! And take a trip with the boats of the "White Fleet", relaxing, sitting on the deck, enjoying the breeze and...
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queenminka
Dec 07, 2004

From Zurich to Konstanz

Train runs every hour from Zurich HB to Konstanz with only one transfer at Weinfelden. The whole journey is fairly short which takes only 1 hour 26 minutes. I found that there are trains go to...
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vginginbabe
Sep 14, 2004

Tour the Bay

Take the ferry from the dock for a pleasant drive around the bay. Kind of touristy, but a good break from walking.
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phred1910
Dec 29, 2002

Top Hotels in Konstanz

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Auf Der Insel 1, Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, 78462, Germany
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Bahnhofplatz 6, Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, 78462, Germany
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Reichenaustrasse 2, Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, 78467, Germany
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St.-Gebhard-Strasse 14, Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, 78467, Germany
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St Stephansplatz 15, Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg, D-78462, Germany
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Bruderturmgasse 2, Konstanz, Baden-Wurttemberg, 78462, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Konstanz

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Minster - Cathedral

The crypt is the oldest part of the cathedral, thought to be built in 850 for the relics of St. Pelagius. I don't know the difference, but it was an "angle gear" crypt at the start and now it's a...
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Imperia Statue

You simply can't go to Konstanz without seeing Imperia, the city's most famous statue. Its position at the tip of a jetty in the harbour makes it immediately visible when coming from the lake, while...
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Harbour - Waterfront - Beach

With the sea about 500km away from Konstanz, the best option to go outdoor swimming is of course Lake Constance, or Bodensee as the three countries bordering it call it. There are places aplenty, but...
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City Towers

I have now come across the last historical gate tower of the three remaining in Konstanz. The Rheintorturm, situated beside the River Rhine, was used as a defensive tower and a Bridge Gate. The...
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Trip to Mainau Island

You can go to Island Mainau by boat or by local bus no 4. There you find plenty of flowers, tropical flower house, butterfly house, a small zoo, a palace, exhibition halls and facilities for lunch,...
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Trip to Reichenau Island

Insel Reichenau is located to the west of Konstanz. But only go there when you interested in Churches and Monasteries. The whole island is a designated Unesco World Heritage Site. The three main...
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Kathrin_E

"Konstanz - Old Town Surprise"
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"Konstanz - beautiful setting and charming old town"
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balhannah

"THE WONDERFUL MEDIEVAL OLD TOWN OF KONSTANZ"
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"KONSTANZ (Constance)"
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"Konstanz"
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