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Überlingen is a city in the south of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It is part of the Bodensee region (Lake Constance) bordering Austria, Switzerland and Germany.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

Überlingen is serviced by Germany's Deutsche Bahn railway and bus network.

By bicyle[edit]

There is only a bus connection linking Meersburg and Überlingen. There is a bicycle circuit the entire way around Lake Constance, passing through Überlingen.

By boat[edit]

There are also ferries operating from other cities bordering Lake Constance.

A seasonal boat service operates three times a day on the route: Bodman - Ludwigshafen - Sipplingen - Marienschlucht - Überlingen.

Get around[edit]

There are a few bus and train services through Überlingen, but much of Überlingen is walkable, particularly along the lakeside. Bicycles are also an excellent form of transport.


Middle age town centre and remains of town wall defences.

  • Überlinger Stollen. Underground facility built during WW II for arms manufacturing.
  • Bodensee Rider. sculpture by Peter Lenk


Visit the city park on the north west corner of the town centre to view the 'witches house' and enjoy the lookout over the town and lake.


Many Greek restaurants such as Mykonos have local seafood available. There are also some Italian restaurants and German restaurants all along the lake side for al fresco dining.



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