Tag Archives: Meersburg

Views: Sailing On Lake Constance In Germany

A trip around Lake Constance: Explore the southern-German region with Check-in presenter Lukas Stege. He tries his hand at sailing and – back on dry land – visits Constance, Meersburg, and Überlingen.

Lake Constance (known as Bodensee in German) is a 63km-long central European lake that borders Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Fed by the Rhine River, it’s composed of 2 connected parts, the Untersee (lower lake) and the larger Obersee (upper lake). Ringed by resort towns, it’s a summer destination for sailing, windsurfing and swimming. The Bodensee-Radweg cycle path encircles the entire lake in about 260km. 

Views: Meersburg On Lake Constance, Germany (4K)

Meersburg is a town in the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg. On the shore of Lake Constance (Bodensee), it’s surrounded by vineyards.

Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction 2:58 Meersburg, Vineyards’ Town 6:45 Meersbug’s Old Town 9:15 Bodensee (Lake Constance) 11:25 Brief View of Constance City 12:45 Boat Ride along Rhine River

Medieval Meersburg Castle houses the Fortress Museum, showing a medieval living room and castle dungeon. Nearby, New Palace has baroque architecture and frescoes. Above town, the Droste Museum displays poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff’s personal writings and belongings.

Travel Tour: Germany’s Most Beautiful Old Towns

Discover good-old Germany: We’ll show you the country’s most beautiful historical towns from a bird’s-eye view! In Part 1, we take you from Bamberg to Lübeck, Trier and Quedlinburg, as well as to Meersburg on Lake Constance. Do you like old buildings? We have timber-framed, red-brick Gothic and Roman houses in store for you.

Video: André Götzmann | Nicole Meißner | Peter Wozny

Walking Tour: ‘Meersburg’ On Lake Contance In Southwestern Germany

Meersburg is a town in the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg. On the shore of Lake Constance (Bodensee), it’s surrounded by vineyards. Medieval Meersburg Castle houses the Fortress Museum, showing a medieval living room and castle dungeon. Nearby, New Palace has baroque architecture and frescoes. Above town, the Droste Museum displays poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff’s personal writings and belongings.