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"Why should someone do a vacation in Langenargen? Can you possibly tell me 2-3 popular travel tips for Langenargen, which everyone visiting Langenargen should see? Also let me know 2-3 special insider travel tips for Langenargen that a typical tourist may not know about, but that you can highly recommend. Thanks!" (posted 07/01/2014)

Dear Guest, I recommend you take a vacation in Langenargen, because you should definitely visit the castle there. The romantic ambience, especially on a beautiful summer evening, has already inspired many painters. If you climb the castle tower, you have a beautiful view! In addition, Langenargen has a beautiful natural beach, the Malerecke, where you can pursue water sports extensively. You should also visit the museum in Langenargen. This is a gem and consistently has highly interesting guest exhibitions. Insider tips? Langenargen and, in particular, the Lake Constance region is shaped by the plethora of possibilities for leisure activities (water sports, Ravensburger Playland ((children and adults)), climbing parks), cultural events, such as the Bregenz Festival, and the home-made cuisine. All of these experiences create an unforgettable holiday. And as we'll say at Lake Constance: "After a holiday in Langenargen, it is time for the next holiday in Langenargen!"
Answer provided by Andrea Bux-Tehsmann on 07/02/2014
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Langenargen is a small city. In fact, it is not a city but also not a village any more. This is precisely what the tourists like. Our Montfort Castle extends into Lake Constance, and the town is a gem with great food, tango dance evenings, and especially the Langenargener castle summer concerts with outstanding musicians. The place name includes "Argen" because the town lies on the river Argen. Its source is in the Allgäu, and it flows into the lake near us. You can take wonderful walks or jog along both river banks. The historic suspension bridge is very well known - and this is in Langenargen. The location so close (20 km away) to Austria-Bregenz, and across the lake to Switzerland with the Santis, this is an ideal starting point for endless tours, excursions, hiking, and cycling. I have guests who have been coming for 35 years, and they still find something new to discover. On the 2nd weekend of the summer holidays, our famous Embankment Festival lasts four days - with fireworks on Saturday, and a fairground and food mile along the entire waterfront. There are many reasons to visit Langenargen.
Answer provided by Hildegard Kübler on 07/01/2014
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Yes, Langenargen has the Malereck, the most beautiful beach on Lake Constance. Otherwise rather for old people. For the young people, there is a lot of wind and an incredible amount of sports activities. And of course the brilliant mountain view. That is all. Have fun at Lake Constance
Answer provided by Nikolaus Freericks on 07/01/2014
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"We have only 4 days in Langenargen. What should we see/do without fail?" (posted 08/12/2015)

From the request does not indicate what time the guests were coming. Of course, it also comes always something on the weather. Right now we have a real heat wave are already four weeks - because of course it attracts all the guests on or in the lake. We have with it guestcard 3 beach resorts to free choice. Langenargen, Eriskirch and Kreßbronn. Who in Langenargen available has only 4 days I would definitely recommend a boat trip - perhaps along the shore to Lindau Island. In Lindau you can wonderful half a day to look at the island, nice dinner or coffee and with a later ship or train back to Langenargen. The Dornie Museum in Friedrichshafen-right at the airport, would be extremely interesting for a rainy day. Ravensburg is about 20 km away and is a popular shopping town - and Friedrichshafen suitable for strolling and shopping. Bregenz in Austria with the pledges is a popular destination. Per pledges gondola takes you up high above the city. A magnificent view of Bregenz and Lake Constance, there to enjoy from there. Adlerwarte and a vivarium with mountain animals can be seen up and also you can make beautiful mountain hikes. Langenargen in the other direction Meersburg, Überlingen Uhldingen and is (stilt houses) Birnau a worthwhile goal. Langenargen itself is a tranquil and well over clam ulicher place with a beautiful promenade, the Moorish Montfort Castle, the beautiful baroque St. Martin church and the museum might one day a program. On Tuesday is always welcome guests with a guided site visit. The island of Mainau is charming in every season and in fact almost a must! That would be a few points - depending on which interests the guest - of course you can wander inexhaustible or ride a bike - Who has a thicker wallet, maybe could use a 30 to 60 minute Zeppelin flight over Lake Constance do if the weather makes with.
Answer provided by Hildegard Kübler on 08/12/2015
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That depends on the weather. Weather permitting: - boat trip on the Lake Constance - trip to the flower island of Mainau and the stilt houses (UNESCO) - Visiting the Bregenz Festival - ride on the cable car to the Säntis - flight with the Zeppelin case of bad weather: - visit a thermal bath directly on Lake Constance (eg in Meersburg or Überlingen) - numerous museums (Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen, Rolls Royce Museum in Dornbirn) - visit the casino in Bregenz (not in something closer Lindau - which is in Bregenz much bigger and more beautiful!) Other tips we have to our homepage (also in English) provided: www.bodensee-ferienwohnung-hartmann.com/english/getting-around/sightseeing/
Answer provided by Petra Hartmann on 08/12/2015
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Langenargen Overview

Langenargen is a village on the northern shore of Lake Constance, about eight kilometers east of Friedrichshafen (Friedrichshafen vacation rentals | Friedrichshafen travel guide) on Lake Constance Region in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.

The community lies between the mouths of tributaries of Lake Argencard. The area of the municipality is protected by the Government of Tübingen (Tübingen vacation rentals | Tübingen travel guide) and the Lake County Conservation District as a lower authority currently (as of February 3, 2009), maintaining the balance of five conservation areas and a nature reserve.

Things to See in Langenargen

Heimatmuseum im alten Pfarrhaus-The collection includes paintings, sculptures and coins from the Romanesque to the present. Among the exhibited artists include Franz Anton Maulbertsch, Andreas Brugger, Karl Caspar, Hilde Broer, André Ficus, Berthold Müller-Oerlinghausen, Jan Balet, Marcel Dornier and Julius Herburger.

Schloss Montfort, the symbol of the Langenargen community

Kavaliershaus

Parish Church of St. Wendelin in Oberdorf

Cable suspension bridge at the Argencard-It has a wingspan of 72 meters, the second oldest suspension bridge in Germany.

Großer und Kleiner Hafenkran- The Great Hafenkran was built around 1900, restored and in 2006, the Small Hafenkran dates back to 1909 and was restored in 2005

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More about the History of Langenargen

In 1897 the first cable suspension bridge was built in Germany in Langenargen. Two years later receive, the city built a connection to the Lake Belt Railway.

In 1976, the association for the promotion and maintenance of the art museum in the former baroque vicarage set at the market, which since then have enjoyed regional fame. In the summer of 1993 demonstrated two prominent guests of the Lake parish their reverence: Chancellor Helmut Kohl and French President Mitterrand visited Langenargen and contributed to the golden book.

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Langenargen is a village on the northern shore of Lake Constance, about eight kilometers east of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance Region in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.

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