Flanked by the majestic Alpine peaks of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, the turquoise shoreline and pebbly beaches are shared between three countries.
The Lake of Constance (Bodensee) is the third largest lake in Central Europe, after Lake Balaton and Lake Geneva. The German coast line is 173 km long, the Austrian 28 km, and the Swiss coast line 72 km. Interestingly, there is no legally binding agreement as to where the boundaries lie between Germany, Switzerland and Austria, where these three countries meet in Lake Constance (Lake of Konstanz).
Millions of tourists visit Lake Constance every year and enjoy everything this area has to offer. The famous "Flower Island Maina": Botanical garden and eco friendly family park, is one of the major attractions. Tourists come from all over the world to simply stroll and enjoy the gardens and nature at its best.