Of cour­se, the­re are always the tou­rist hot­spots that are quick­ly found. But If You pre­fer to go out for cof­fee like a Local, read on-today I will tell You whe­re we meet Kon­stan­zer for a Cof­fee.


The „City Kid” is pro­bab­ly the most loving Café in Con­stan­ce for me. When you get in, you imme­dia­te­ly feel com­for­ta­ble in the light-fil­led, Swe­dish-style, some­what win­ding Café in Para­di­se. Each Table looks dif­fe­rent, both in Size and Design. Here and the­re lies a Lambs­kin or a few Pil­lows on a Bench or chair. In fine Wea­ther, you can also sit out­si­de in one of the small Seat Niches and let the Sun shi­ne on your Nose. In the big Coun­ter there’s ever­ything you could wish for – from dif­fe­rent Cakes to sand­wi­ches and Salads, even a Day’S soup can be eaten. Ever­ything Also ice cream is avail­ab­le in the Adjoi­ning room – mhhhh, deli­cious. Sim­ply a Feel-good café! The City Child is a few Minu­tes „walk from The Seer­hein Just behind the Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­no­lo­gy, Eco­no­mics and Design (HTWG). A Visit can be com­bi­ned with a Walk over the Bicy­cle Bridge to the other Shore in the Hero­sé park. The Centro Guest house Is about the end of The city. 15 Mins. More Infor­ma­ti­on can be found here.

NikO­la­la-Café Cult & Crea­ti­ves

Café Cult has a typi­cal Artis­tic atmo­s­phe­re. All over The shel­ves on the Walls, on the Win­dows­ill and the Coun­ter Stands all pos­si­ble Frills, which gives the Room its Cozi­ness. Even a Ves­pa stands in the midd­le of the Café. Here you can make yours­elf won­der­ful­ly com­for­ta­ble and pass off a rai­ny After­noon. You can also sip a Glass of Wine here or have a small Snack. The Owners and Staff are fun­ny, open-min­ded and nice and always like to take a few Minu­tes to chat about ever­ything pos­si­ble-for examp­le, Sock design;) In addi­ti­on, the­re are lovin­g­ly res­to­red Fur­ni­tu­re and second­hand clo­thes to buy here, as well as Jewel­lery, Cards and all sorts of Deco­ra­ti­ve Items. It’s worth a Visit! The Centro is only about 7 Minutes away. More Info here.

No elf

The No elf is a small Café for the Gour­mets among us. The Owners spe­cia­li­se in Cof­fee and Wine-the­re is only the Best of the Best here! The tiny Half-tim­be­red Cot­ta­ge at Gerichts­gas­se 11-hence the Name-offers a cosy and hip atmo­s­phe­re for a tas­te­ful and visual­ly art­ful cof­fee or a care­ful­ly cho­sen Glass of Wine. You can of cour­se get all The Infor­ma­ti­on about the ori­gin of the Cof­fee Beans and The Wine. From The Centro Guest house You are wal­king in approx. 10 Minutes here and can stroll through the old Town and over Müns­ter­platz. The Con­nec­tion with a Visit to the Mins­ter is a gre­at place to com­bi­ne. More Infor­ma­ti­on about the No elf can Be found here.

Kaf­fee­rös­te­rei Kon­stanz

Not a very con­ven­tio­nal Café-but right at the Source to the best Beans. Do You Know this won­der­ful Smell of fresh­ly ground cof­fee? Yes, this is exac­t­ly what you like when you enter the Cof­fee Roas­ter Kon­stanz. Here you can not only buy deli­cious Cof­fee from dif­fe­rent Pla­ces in the World, but also enjoy a Cup, tog­e­ther with selec­ted small Tre­ats. If you want to train on the Topic of Cof­fee, you will also get Your Money’s Worth here: Cof­fee Semi­nars, Baris­tas and Roas­ting Semi­nars are offe­red, in which ever­yo­ne can par­ti­ci­pa­te. If you just want to enjoy the Cof­fee, you can also just get detail­ed advice from the Staff and take per­so­nal­ly tailo­red Cof­fee home with you. Give it a try! From The Centro Guest House, You can walk around. 6 Minu­tes here. More Infor­ma­ti­on can be found here.


If you pre­fer the typi­cal café atmo­s­phe­re, The Vogl­haus Is just around the Cor­ner from the Cof­fee Roas­ting indus­try. Admit­ted­ly, the Vogl­haus Is now qui­te well known and the­re­fo­re often full-but even we Locals are still often drawn here. The Vogl­haus is some­what uncon­ven­tio­nal­ly fur­nis­hed-you sit on the Wall in Win­dow Niscs, for Examp­le, or on wide Steps. The­re are few nor­mal Tables. This and the fun­da­ment­al­ly pre­vai­ling Busyn­ess, which can be obser­ved won­der­ful­ly silent­ly from here, make the Visit to The Vogl­haus a uni­que Expe­ri­ence. In Self-ser­vice you get deli­cious hot or cold Drinks here-even self-crea­ted Smoot­hies or Sodas (depen­ding on the Sea­son) are on the Menu. Small Snacks and Cakes for in bet­ween should not be mis­sing, of cour­se. Also lac­to­se and glu­ten-free. When Eating and Drin­king, atten­ti­on is paid to Sustai­na­bi­li­ty and Health. A small Depart­ment store for Deco­ra­ti­on and Fashion is also con­nec­ted to the Cof­fee. Events take place here again and again-Con­certs, Rea­dings, Lec­tures, dis­cus­sions, small Art, Etc. There’s so much going on in The Vogl­haus That I can’t descri­be it all here. It’s best to check here for yours­elf! Centro Guest house Is just a 5-minu­te Walk away!

Café Zeit­los

The Café Exit in Para­di­se is not that long … It is pre­cise­ly for this rea­son that it is a Tes­ti­mo­ny of Qua­li­ty that it is alrea­dy popu­lar and often visi­ted by the Con­stan­zers. Cle­ver­ly loca­ted on a Street cor­ner with a lar­ge Fore­court, you can eat your Cof­fee and a Pie­ce of Cake or a Sand­wich, eit­her indoors or out­doors in fine wea­ther. Also nice bre­ak­fast can be had in the Café Time, which does not bear its Name for not­hing. A litt­le away from the big Hust­le and bust­le in the Old town and the many Tou­rists you can real­ly sit and enjoy here in Peace. So If You don’t Feel like the Hust­le and Bust­le any­mo­re, then come to the Rest! The Centro Guest house Is about the end of The city. 17 Minutes here. You will also get to know one of the oldest Resi­den­ti­al Are­as of Kon­stanz, Para­di­se. More Info: Time out


The Eugens Bio-Café is not only a Café, but you can also eat pro­per­ly here. And ever­ything from orga­nic Far­ming. In a rustic Atmo­s­phe­re, howe­ver, you can also get very tas­ty Cof­fee and Cakes-glu­ten-and lac­to­se-free on request. Sin­ce the Euge­ne Is very popu­lar, the­re is always some­thing going on here. But not in a nega­ti­ve Sen­se-the upco­m­ing and wal­king Guests make up a lar­ge Part of the Cozi­ness of the Euge­ne. Here you feel invi­ted to Lin­ger by the fri­end­ly Staff, the admi­ra­ble, loving Décor and the Oppor­tu­ni­ty to just sit back and watch the upco­m­ing, sea­ted and wal­king guests. Direc­t­ly oppo­si­te the­re is the Eugens Patis­se­rie, whe­re You can get the deli­cious Pas­tries, Cakes and even Soups and Salads to Take Away! My Recom­men­da­ti­on: Try the deli­cious Quiches in the Euge­ne! In just approx. It is a 3-Minu­te walk from Centro Guest House. More Info: Eugene’S


If You want to take a slight­ly lon­ger walk, cycle or sim­ply take a Visit to the Horn lido, the „Hörn­le,” or the Spa, then it is worth stop­ping by the See­lig restau­rant In fine wea­ther. On the modern Sun ter­race direc­t­ly on the Water you have a won­der­ful View over Lake Con­stan­ce and can eit­her enjoy Cof­fee and Cake or also eat pro­per­ly. I recom­mend a Walk along the Lakesi­de Road and along the Shore: How to get the­re! More Informa­ti­on can be found here.


In terms of loca­ti­on and Size, the Pano is defi­ni­te­ly worth not­ing-but I have to say that we Kon­stan­zer are now most­ly avoi­ding it, as the Tou­rists love it and fill it. The Pano is beau­ti­ful­ly lovin­g­ly fur­nis­hed and very cosy-pro­vi­ded you get a Place. It has only recent­ly been expan­ded and is now argu­ab­ly one of the lar­gest Cafés in Con­stan­ce. The Offer lea­ves not­hing to Be desi­red: Hot and cold Drinks, Snacks to Eat and even Ice cream can Be found here. Loca­ted Direc­t­ly on the Mar­ket Site, Centro guest house is a 2-minute walk away. More Infor­ma­ti­on about the Pano here.


Actual­ly restau­rant rather Than Café, the Holly’s is still worth men­tio­ning becau­se of its Loca­ti­on and its deli­cious Ice cream. Here you can sit won­der­ful­ly on the Shore of the Lake and, if you like, have a Cof­fee on the Ter­race or have a bite to eat. In fine Wea­ther for me the best Opti­on: You get an Ice cream and sit on a Bench or the Woo­den Plat­form in front of the Lake Con­stan­ce Forum right next to it, enjoy the View and let your Legs dang­le. Holly’s Is a gre­at choice after a Walk through Hero­sé Park along the Seer­hein or, of cour­se, if You’re atten­ding an Event at the Lake Con­stan­ce Forum. In approx. It is 25 Minu­tes from The Centro Guest House. More Info: Holly’s


Whe­re we are alrea­dy on the Rhi­ne is also the Beach Bar of HTWG: Here You can enjoy a Cof­fee, Iced cof­fee or even a cool Beer in the Sum­mer with your Feet in the sand in a Deck chair. All, of cour­se, with a view of the Seer­hein. On this Occa­si­on, You can also take a look at HTWG, form­er­ly the Kon­stanz Uni­ver­si­ty Of App­lied Sci­en­ces. The Beach bar is about to run from The Centro Guest House. 17 Mins. More Infor­ma­ti­on can be found here.


So, and becau­se this is important for sum­mer: Here are my favo­ri­te ice cream cafes in Con­stan­ce: In the City, I recom­mend the Nicoletti ice Cream Café. From The Guest House Centro it is a Stone’S Throw: Only 2 Minu­tes and You have an Ice cream! You can eit­her sit here on the Mar­ket Place or get an Ice cream on your Hand and walk through the Under­pass to the Har­bour and enjoy the Lake. Tho­se tra­vel­ling on the other Side of the Rhi­ne should eit­her grab an Ice cream at Holly’s or go to the Pam­pa­nin ice Cream café, as alrea­dy mentio­ned. The­re you can get a deli­cious Ice cream and then walk down Theo­dor Heuss Street to the sea road and sit by the Lake Or go for a walk.   So, that’s it first of me! Enjoy Your Cof­fee or ice cream and your Time in Con­stan­ce:)

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