Lindau Lighthouse dates back to 1853 and is a marvelous lighthouse located on Lake Constance. It has spectacular architecture and is open to public. The lighthouse provides breathtaking panorama of the surrounding region, and hence, is well known for photography. The clock embedded in its facade is one of the most remarkable features of the attraction. Located in close proximity to the lighthouse is the striking sculpture of a lion, popularly termed the 'Bavarian Lion'. Together, these two landmarks form a stunning backdrop for the Lindau harbor, considered one of the best harbor entrances on the lake.
A ravine steeped in history, Rappenlochschlucht is one of the larges gorges in the continent. A walk through Rappenlochschlucht provides the perfect opportunity to take in the beautiful surroundings dotted with waterfalls, rocky hills, waterfalls, as well as, flora and fauna. This gorge connects Dornbirn with the village of Ebnit.
Located in the Appenzell Alps, the Hoher Kasten mountain is a popular tourist attraction that is known for its revolving restaurant at the summit and providing stunning views of the Swiss countryside. It can be easily reached via a cable car from Brülisau. For a memorable day in nature, Hoher Kasten is one of the best choices in the region.
Meersburg Castle is a wonderful castle that towers above the city. The castle was first built during the 7th century and is considered to be the oldest castle in Germany. A famous attraction among the tourist and the locals, this castle has been owned by several lords and kings of various centuries whose exhibits have been well preserved over the years. The visit to the castle is done in five parts where each part has several rooms that have been well categorized. Visitors can explore the architectural area of the castle, the big wheel of the mill, the Baroque staircase, memory room, kitchen, baking room, etc. The museum also conducts themed and guided tours for which prior reservation is required.
Situated in the heart of Dornbirn, Dornbirn Square is lined with shops, cafes and restaurants. What was once a farmers’ colony is now an economic zone where the textile industry has flourished. As a result of many successful protests, this city center was turned into a pedestrian only zone by forbidding cars to drive around in the area.
Club Vaudeville is a happening joint where the music scene comes alive. This place is a hundred percent entertainment with its live acts and musical nights. Small concerts and cabaret performances take place in the foyer area.
Bayerische Spielbank Lindau is situated on the banks of Lake Constance in an ultra-modern building with a glass façade. It offers games such as French and American Roulettes, Texas hold 'em Poker and Blackjack. If you are an expert casino player, test your luck with the Bayern jackpot. After an engaging round of games, head to their in-house restaurant Via Mala for German classics, home-baked cakes, and drinks. Guests have to be above 21 years and men have to wear jackets to enter this casino.
St. Ludwig-Kirche is a simple local church that conducts regular services and prayers. It is also known for hosting weddings. The church has a choir group that performs frequently at the church. There are activities for the families and local events are held at the church too.
After the city fire of 1728, Johann Caspar Bagnato designed the new building, which was completed in 1752. Artists such as G.I. Appiani (biblical frescoes), and A. Bentele (stucco) contributed to the stylistically self-contained design of the interior. The organ brochure dates from the late Baroque period.