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Visit the Top 10 locations in Lindau with Coach Charter Europe - your charter bus partner

Visit the Top 10 locations in Lindau with Coach Charter Europe - your charter bus partner
Lindau is a city on Lake Constance and the most south-western city in the German state of Bavaria. Lindau is an important and well-known tourist centre on the beautiful Lake Constance, located at the border triangle of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Lindau's historic island town is completely under monumental protection, and is connected by a bridge and the railway embankment with the Gartenstadt, the districts on the mainland. The town was a free imperial town until 1803, and was first mentioned in a document in 882. Special sights are the Lindau harbour, the lighthouse with a view of Lake Constance, and of course the island town, the old town of Lindau, just to mention a few.

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If you are still slightly unsure as to which location you might want to visit in Lindau, why not have a look at our Top 10 bus charter attractions in Lindau.


1. Peterskirche (St. Peters Church)

Lindau hosts a variety of architectural masterpieces, but St. Peter's Church deserves its rightful place at the top of the list.
The Romanesque Church is a grand building, 1,000 years old, designed to honor Saint Peter, the protector of the fishermen.
Peterskirche, actually the oldest church in Lindau, originated from a small fishing village and was enlarged with the addition of a strategic watchtower known as the Diebsturm. Over the course of  the following years numerous constructions were added to the structure and its relations to the urban fabric has changed, transforming it into a truly interesting space of worship.

2. Lindau Old Town

The old town of Lindau on the historical island has largely retained its medieval character and offers a wealth of historical sights. Among the most important ones are the Old Town Hall in the heart of the island, and the Haus zum Cavazzen on the market square, which today is home to the town museum. You can stroll through the alleys of the old town, past the artistically painted town hall and the lovingly restored half-timbered houses. Enjoy the promenade  as well, the waterfront is really still a promenade where life takes place. The old town is easy to reach by train, boat, and charter bus.


3. New Town Hall

Lindau was a prosperous town in the Middle Ages. And, of course, all should see this wealth. When Lindau 's council commissioned a new town hall in 1422, no savings were made. It was later adapted to the fashion of the Renaissance with its gable and bell tower, and in 1885 the colorful murals were added. Thus the Old Town Hall, which also houses the former Imperial City Library, is one of the most outstanding sights in Lindau. In 2003, Lindau's companies and private individuals donated a carillon with 24 bells, which sounds around 11:45 every day.

4. Harbour & Harbour Entrance

In 1806, Lindau was awarded to Bavaria and the Bavarian king looked enviously over to Friedrichshafen, where King Friedrich of Württemberg had a fancy new harbour. So King Maximilian spared no expense and had the Lindau harbour representatively extended. Since 1856, a six-metre-high Bavarian Lion has watched over the entrance to the city. Opposite it, Bavaria's only lighthouse shows ships the way.

5. New Lighthouse

Together with the Bavarian Lion, the New Lighthouse is one of the most striking attractions in Lindau. The 36 metre high new lighthouse of Lindau is located on the western pier. The tower was built in the years 1853 to 1856, and is the southernmost lighthouse in Germany and the only lighthouse in Bavaria. You can climb the lighthouse for an entrance fee and enjoy the fantastic view of Lake Constance and the Austrian and Swiss Alps when the weather is fine.

6. Haus zum Cavazzen – Town Museum

Some consider it to be the most beautiful town house on Lake Constance. Built in 1729 by the Seutter family, a wealthy merchant family, this stunning baroque palace, richly decorated with figures, flowers, fruits and ornaments, was and is one of the most famous sights in Lindau. Since 1930, the Haus zum Cavazzen is home of the Lindau Town Museum. The museum exhibits

7. St. Stephan Church

The parish church St. Stephan is the protestant church of Lindau, located directly at the Lindau market place and next to the catholic city parish church "Unserer Lieben Frau". St. Stephan's Church was already built in the 12th century, and was extended and raised in the 16th century. During the Reformation and in the following iconoclasm in 1528, the side altars and images of saints were removed so that the concentration on worship was not disturbed by secular decoration and accessories. Another two and a half centuries later the church was given its present baroque appearance.


8. Münster Unserer Lieben Frau (Cathedral of Our Lady)

Its façade appears plain and simple,  but both its interior and its history are colourful and multifaceted: The Cathedral of Our Lady is a fascinating building in many respects. Directly opposite the Protestant church of St. Stephen is the Catholic city parish church, whose mighty ringing can be heard far across the island. Those who are in the proximity of the market place will hardly be able to do anything else but to pause and look up when the bells are ringing: Then, over a period of several minutes, many clear sounds become one single heavy, overwhelming sound. No less impressive than its ringing is the interior of the church, whose origins go back to the year 810. The present church was built between 1748 and 1752, and that the architect Johann Caspar Bagnato was a master of the Baroque is shown by the exuberant splendour that runs through the entire building. Between elaborately decorated columns, artistically coloured frescoes and the golden main organ, the eye wanders - and always finds something new.


9. Mangturm

If you look at the harbour entrance, you can also see the Mangturm:. This square stone building from the 12th century is located directly on the lake promenade of Lindau on Lake Constance. The 20-metre high tower was originally built as part of the medieval town fortifications and was previously only accessible via a drawbridge. With the construction of the New Lighthouse it lost its function as a signal and observation post. It was raised by one storey and covered with striking glazed tiles. 91 steps lead up to the roof, where fairy tale hours for adults take place in summer.

10. Lindau Casino

Just in case you are into gambling, did you know that Lindau even has a  casino ? With its first-class location on the shores of the island, Casino Lindau welcomes its guests with a brilliant view of Lake Constance and the mountains. The sleek, elegant round building offers space for a casino, a restaurant and a cabaret. Right on the shore of picturesque Lake Constance, you can play roulette, poker, blackjack and slot games.


Beautiful Lindau, located at Lake Constance, is a wonderful place to spend lovely holiday at. Should you contemplate to rent a bus and driver for any of your planned trips in the Lindau area, Coach Charter Europe should be first choice. With our long experience in the charter bus market, we can provide all kinds of bus rental services. Our offers are based on your exact requirements and our friendly and flexible tour bus drivers will make sure you will be able to enjoy your charter bus trips to the fullest. Send your inquiry to our bus company booking team and we will revert back to you in a heartbeat.  Our Coach Charter Europe charter bus fleet is state-of-the-art, and offers comfortable and luxurious vehicles. Book your airport shuttle bus or your own charter bus for your excursions today. 



Top 10 places in Lindau | Bus rental | Charter Bus Rental
Aaron Flanzraich, Senior Rabbi, Beth Sholom Synagogue, Toronto, Canada
Top 10 places in Lindau | Bus rental | Charter Bus Rental
I had the honour of leading a Synagogue tour covering three cities in Germany: Munich, Dachau and Berlin. This required seamless coverage for our transportation needs. From the initial contact with Irro Reisen and in particular Karsten the communication was courteous, professional and responsive. Upon landing in Germany to our departure a week later the drivers were accomodating, the buses were clean and modern, and the bus service became something we didn’t need to worry about. Which perhaps is the very best compliment one can provide!


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