Sin­ce Con­stan­ce is a City with a lot of Histo­ry and many Sto­ries, many dif­fe­rent City Tours are also offe­red here. So I set out for the Centro Guest­house and tested four very dif­fe­rent Gui­ded tours for You. Here I would like to intro­du­ce You to the­se brief­ly:

1. The clas­sic Tour-Marketing & Tou­rism Con­stan­ce

the Courty­ard of the Town hall

For This I join Klaus Haa­se, who is a His­to­ri­an and does the City tour „Pre­sent of the Past.” At first, I’m a bit scep­ti­cal About whe­ther such a clas­sic 2-Hour tour can be exci­ting, but with Mr Haa­se, time flies as if you were in Flight. Of cour­se, it is about the Histo­ry of Con­stan­ce and the­re are some Annu­al Figu­res-but Mr. Haa­se knows how to link them Exci­tin­g­ly with Konstanzer’s Sights and Sto­ries. Again and again he sur­pri­ses the Par­ti­ci­pants with his broad Know­ledge in Histo­ry and Geo­gra­phy. He also shows a lar­ge Map of Lake Con­stan­ce and tells a bit of the Regi­on and Geo­gra­phy. I real­ly noti­ce how the Par­ti­ci­pants can clas­si­fy ever­ything a litt­le bet­ter, becau­se they are not out of Con­stan­cy and some­ti­mes come from far away. Mr. Haa­se choo­ses a nice Tour of the old Town of Con­stan­ti­ne and we end up at the Har­bour, from whe­re you have a won­der­ful View over Lake Con­stan­ce. I hear only posi­ti­ve Voices from the Par­ti­ci­pants-a com­pe­tent, enter­tai­ning City Tour.

When you ask Mr. Haa­se him­s­elf, what’S Spe­cial About his Gui­des is that he por­trays Histo­ry in a way that ever­yo­ne can under­stand it. It makes a Point of exp­lai­ning his­to­ri­cal Terms and fol­lo­wing a Con­cept so that no unre­la­ted Names and Num­bers fly around.

The Mar­ke­ting & Tou­rism depart­ment Kon­stanz offers over 20 dif­fe­rent Gui­ded tours of approx. 50 City Gui­des and in many dif­fe­rent Lan­guages-from the Clas­sic Tour to the Lake Con­stan­ce crime sce­ne tour. The­re are also public Tours as well as pri­va­te Group Tours. Take a look here.

In The Mins­ter

2. Histo­ry in Sto­ries-City Leadership Con­stan­ce

Accord­ing to Rese­arch, I am to be told many exci­ting, fun­ny and perhaps some­ti­mes some­ti­mes some­what cru­el Sto­ries and Anec­do­tes from Con­stan­ce during the tour of The city, which I can also remem­ber well after­wards. I set out And meet Mr. Schloß­arek and his Group in the old Town of Con­stan­ti­ne. And in fact-the Rese­arch didn’t pro­mi­se me too much: On an enter­tai­ning Tour We are allo­wed to lis­ten to all sorts of sur­pri­sing, exci­ting and fun­ny Anec­do­tes at the appro­pria­te loca­ti­ons. Right at the Begin­ning, Mr. Schloß­arek makes it clear that he wants to enter­tain us and that his Sto­ries are not always 100% his­to­ri­cal­ly veri­fia­ble, but all are based on dif­fe­rent Kinds of his­to­ri­cal Tra­di­ti­on. Which makes me think with every Sto­ry: Did this real­ly hap­pen that way? Or could someo­ne perhaps have used some­thing?

So The Focus here is on the Enter­tain­ment and so the 2 Hours with Mr. Schloß­arek fly by in No time and in Wal­king Away the Par­ti­ci­pants still joke about one sto­ry or ano­t­her and think about it-so they pro­bab­ly feel the same Way as I do. So that with Memo­ry has real­ly suc­cee­ded, I think to mys­elf. Becau­se I, too, tell my Fri­ends and Acquain­tan­ces about one anec­do­te or ano­t­her In the days that fol­low.

Mr. Schloß­arek him­s­elf says of his Gui­des: „I think what makes us spe­cial is that we just tell very fun­ny and elo­quent sto­ries ins­tead of hacking around On Histo­ry data.” He and his Col­leagues offer dif­fe­rent The­med Tours for pri­va­te Groups in dif­fe­rent Lan­guages-inte­res­tin­g­ly, by Inter­pre­ter even in Rus­si­an or Geor­gi­an. Take a look here!

3. Gui­ded Tour of The city with wine Tas­ting and Mrs. Kon­stanze-See Gui­de Kon­stanz

Lake Lake will accom­pa­ny the Tour

4. The Night’S Guard Tour-The Night’S Wigh­te­ners Con­stan­ce

Now some­thing com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent: It is Not until 8 P.m. that the Night’S Day tour begins with the His­to­ri­an and Aut­hor Ulrich Bütt­ner. At Dusk We gather in front of The Mins­ter and wait anxious­ly. Then Mr. Bütt­ner emer­ges with a black Cape and Hat, Hel­le­bar­de and Lan­tern. His Dis­gui­se, he exp­lains to us, is Ori­gi­nal from the Midd­le Ages. Then he also begins to exp­lain to us first what he has with him and what were actual­ly the Tasks of a Night Watch­man and his Place in the Com­pa­ny of medi­eval Con­stan­cy. Then we start on a Tour of the Alleys of The old Town of Kon­stanzin, which pro­bab­ly a Night Watch­man could have gone just like that at that time.

At many Cor­ners we stop and the Night Watch­man tells us in a humo­rous and Very com­pe­tent way the sto­ry and Anec­do­tes from the Midd­le Ages and also from the more recent times to the dif­fe­rent Pla­ces we visit and bey­ond. Even I am qui­te sur­pri­sed at the many small Details in the City­scape, which you sim­ply over­look when you are con­stant­ly on the road here. By the way, do You know whe­re the Say­ing „scratch the Cur­ve” comes from? Mr. Bütt­ner can show You this and tell you this in The Old town of Con­stan­ti­ne.

The Tour Never got boring thanks to fewer Fac­ts and figu­res and more his­to­ri­cal­ly arran­ged Sto­ries and the Time in the Evening is also a nice Finish for a Holi­day Day. The Night Watch­man him­s­elf says what’S Spe­cial About his Gui­des is their Live­li­ness and I defi­ni­te­ly agree with him on that.

The Night Watch­men Con­stan­ce also offer a spoo­ky gui­ded tour with the Exe­cu­tio­ner and a speech-wit­ted with the Coun­try Chef-for Groups and also the Public. Take a look here. The­se Tours can also be boo­ked via Marke­ting & Tou­rism Con­stan­ce.

In front Of St. Stephen’s Church

The Good Thing about all the­se City tours for You: From The Centro Guest house, You’ll be at all start and End points in a maxi­mum Of 5 Minu­tes. Just Choo­se which City tour suits you Best and explo­re Con­stan­ce!

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