The Bodensee Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Bodensee - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Schloss Salem

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

This huge castle in the tiny inland village of Salem, 10 km (6 miles) north of Überlingen, began its existence as a convent and large...

Sealife

  • Zoo/Aquarium

This huge aquarium has gathered all the fish species that inhabit the Rhine and the Bodensee, from the river's beginnings in the Swiss...

Stadtgarten

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Ludwigstrasse and Fischergasse lead to a watchtower, once part of the original city walls with a little park behind it. If it's early...

Stiftskirche St. Georg

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Stiftskirche St. Georg, in Oberzell, was built around 900; now cabbages grow in ranks up to its rough plaster walls. Small round-head...

Stiftskirche St. Peter und Paul

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The Stiftskirche St. Peter und Paul, at Niederzell, was revamped around 1750. The faded Romanesque frescoes in the apse contrast with...

Städtisches Museum

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This museum is housed in the Reichlin-von-Meldegg house, built in 1462, one of the earliest Renaissance dwellings in Germany. It displays...

Wallfahrtskirche Birnau

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Just northwest of Unteruhldingen, the Wallfahrtskirche Birnau stands among vineyards overlooking the lake. The church was built by the...

Wasserburg

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Six kilometers (4 miles) west of Lindau lies Wasserburg, whose name means "water castle," a description of what this enchanting island...

Weingarten Basilica

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At 220 feet high and more than 300 feet long, Weingarten Basilica is the largest baroque church in Germany. It was built as the church...

Zeppelin Museum

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Graf Zeppelin (Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin) was born across the lake in Konstanz, but Friedrichshafen was where, on July 2, 1900, his...

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