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Tours of Konstanz (guided and self-guided)
Konstanz Cathedral and part of the city
At the tourist-Information office you can rent tour tapes and headphones for half a day or for the whole day. These provide a personal guided tour of the town and its many historic sights and buildings in German or English. The full walking tour takes about 2 hours, with a shorter version taking about 1 hour.
Guide-led tours of the town can be booked for groups at the tourist office Konstanz in the following languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Japanese. Guided tours in German for individual travellers are offered every day from April to October.Special themed guided tours include the Minster, wine-tasting at the Spitalkellerei, The Roman excavations and more.
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Address: Bahnhofplatz 13, 78462 Konstanz
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