Germany's southernmost lighthouse, the Old Harbour, Mangturm, "Rädle" and six other things you have to see and experience as a visitor to Lindau
10 x Lindau
Lindau harbour entrance
The landmark of the town with the classic photographic motif of lion and lighthouse, not to be missed by any visitor to Lindau
Square, stone tower from the 12th century on the harbour promenade, a former lighthouse. (left tower in the picture)
On the Reichsplatz near the Old Rathaus. Inaugurated in 1884, a lovely place to sit with park benches in the centre of town.
Thieves’ tower, also known as the Malefizturm. Long used as a watchtower, later also as a prison.
Boat trip on Lake Constance
Travel to one of the lovely destinations on Lake Constance on one of the 32 ships of the White Fleet.
Shopping street that runs diagonally through the Old Town with numerous shops, inns and cafés.
A weekly market held on Tuesday mornings in the Lindau district of Aeschach selling fruit and vegetables from the surrounding area and fresh fish from the lake.
Beautiful gardens along the lake shore in Bad Schachen. The traditional lido is situated just next door.
gartendenkmal-lindenhofpark.de (only in German)
Wine bars in various vineyards, which serve their own wines as well as light snacks.
Panoramic cycle tour into the hinterland
Along the shore of Lake Constance from Lindau to Wasserburg and Nonnenhorn, ending up at Bodolz.