The regi­on of Lake Con­stance has a lot to offer for the who­le fami­ly. Here you can find out 10 tips for the acti­vi­ties that are espe­cial­ly plan­ned for kids. Pla­ces lis­ted from 1 – 5 are loca­ted in Con­stance and points 6 – 10 you can dis­co­ver in the resi­du­al regi­on of Lake Con­stance. The maps were inser­ted in the text, so you can find out the exact loca­ti­on of the men­tio­ned pla­ces. In addi­ti­on to the beau­ti­ful wea­ther, enjoy the pure joy of your child­ren and the time spent tog­e­ther as a fami­ly. Have fun – Viel Spaß!

1. Main­au Island

Main­au Island deser­ves undoub­ted­ly the first place on this list. Main­au is par­ti­cu­lar­ly per­fect for fami­ly outings. While you mar­vel the out­stan­ding plant and ani­mal life on the island, your child­ren are play­ing in one of the many attrac­tions. You can easi­ly spend the who­le day on this popu­lar flower island.

Next I have cited a few lines direct­ly from the web­site of Mainau:

A visit to the second lar­gest but­ter­fly house in Ger­ma­ny is cer­tain­ly one of the high­lights of a Main­au day out.

Main­au Children’s Land is a play­ground para­di­se for child­ren. “Water World” in the Main­au Children’s Land is a play area repro­duc­tion of the Lake Con­stance regi­on in the olden days. “Blumi’s Lakesi­de World” is a the­me play­ground for inqui­si­ti­ve 3 to 6 year olds. The authen­tic lakesi­de land­s­cape with drift­wood, clim­bing nets, balan­cing beams and a beaver’s lodge is a play and hide para­di­se for children.”

Plan your visit here.

Pho­to by Tommy_Rau on Pixabay

2. Strand­bad Horn – Open Air Swim­ming Pool Horn

The „Hörn­le”, as it is cal­led by the locals, is loca­ted at the end of the Bay of Con­stance near the Boden­see­sta­di­on, and offers a fan­tastic view of Upper Lake Con­stance (the Ober­see) and Lake Über­lin­gen. In the sum­mer, its sun­bat­hing area of 50 000 squa­re metres and 600 metres of shore­li­ne make it the lar­gest open air swim­ming pool by Lake Con­stance, which is a popu­lar mee­ting place for all ages.

In the area of Horn you can find:

-a fami­ly area with a children’s pool and a play­ground (with clim­bing scaf­folds, balan­cing rope, hand clim­bing bridge, play ship)

-a tram­po­li­ne (against payment)

-four beach vol­ley­ball fields

-nine bad­min­ton courts

-table ten­nis tables

-out­door chess board

-Stand Up Paddling- ren­tal stations

You can find more infor­ma­ti­on here.

3. Mini­golf

Chal­len­ges and tri­umphs – the­se are the fee­lings that the mini­golf has to offer. If you are going to spend a lovely sum­mer day in Horn, why not try out the mini­golf cour­se of Mini­golf am Hörn­le, Harnest Clau­dia. Who will be the glo­rious win­ner and who have the pos­si­bil­ty to show their hid­den talents? Watch out, becau­se pati­ence and ten­aci­ty will both be requi­red. After the tough com­pe­ti­ti­on, you can jump right into the lake to cool down!

Pho­to by eber­hart­mark on Pixabay

4. Kaya­king / Canoeing

The beau­ti­ful Lake Con­stance can (and should!) also be expe­ri­en­ced on the water. While cano­eing, you can float at your own pace and make your own way around Lake Con­stance or along the Rhi­ne. The local tour ope­ra­tor of kayaks and canoes, Pad­del­pro­fi, has a selec­tion from which you can choo­se to rent your vehi­cle and soon, you will be on your way – paddling. And if you’­re a begin­ner… no worries! The Pad­del­pro­fi also orga­ni­se kayak- and cano­eing cour­ses for begin­ners and advan­ced. What is more, they orga­ni­se infor­mal paddling trai­ning with sea kayaks with a small tour on Lake Con­stance each week.

5. Play­grounds

The play­grounds in Con­stance are cal­ling the litt­le explo­rers for an adven­ture! Here you have a few sug­ges­ti­ons to begin with:

-Spiel­platz Stadtgarten

-Müns­ter Spielplatz

-Spiel­platz Katzgasse

-Spiel­platz Leinerstraße

If your child­ren have alrea­dy tes­ted all of them, you can find here more play­grounds in the regi­on lis­ted with a map.

6. Con­ny-Land

This famous leisu­re park is loca­ted in Lip­pers­wil, Switz­er­land. The­re are diver­se attrac­tions with rides and pools, but the high­light is surely the sea lion show – you can obser­ve the sea lions in the sea lion are­na and lagu­na. How about a bre­ak­fast with the sea lions? You have to try it out yourself! Fur­ther­mo­re, the­re are cove­r­ed attrac­tions that enab­le the visit even on a rai­ny day.

More info can be found here.

7. Wild- und Frei­zeit­park Allens­bach – Wild­life- and Leisu­re Park Allensbach

Expe­ri­ence over 300 local wild ani­mals in an out­door enclo­sure of more than a 75 hec­ta­res, whe­re you can meet, for examp­le, lyn­xes, bears, fal­low deer and wild boar. The­re is also a chan­ce to par­ti­al­ly stro­ke and feed the animals!

Fur­ther­mo­re, the­re are thril­ling attrac­tions in the park, such as the park rail­way, adven­ture play­ground, waves­li­de and a giant swing.

8. Affen­berg Salem

Over 200 cute Bar­ba­ry maca­ques just like in the wild are loo­king for­ward to your visit! What’s more, here you can dis­co­ver a stork sta­ti­on, pond with free-fly­ing birds, fal­low deer und a big adven­ture playground.

It is also uni­que that the mon­keys can be fed with spe­cial­ly pre­pa­red, free dis­tri­bu­t­ed pop­corn. Ama­zing expe­ri­ence for all ages!

More info can be found here.

Pho­to by Alexas_Fotos on Pixabay

9. Ravens­bur­ger Spieleland

A day trip in Ravens­burg with over 70 attrac­tions in eight the­me worlds – sounds pret­ty good, right? The child­ren are surely busy with play­ing because:

-the new the­me area BRIO World is open now!

-the water attrac­tions are espe­cial­ly appe­aling on sun­ny days!

-the­re are shows and walking-Acts!

-you can make cho­co­la­te of Rit­ter Sport by yourself in the Cho­co­la­te Workshop!

-the exci­ting events are worth a visit!

Here you can dis­co­ver more.

10. Erleb­nis­bad Alpam­a­re – Adven­ture Pool Alpamare

Last but defi­ni­te­ly not least, I would like to intro­du­ce you a real water expe­ri­ence: The lar­gest water­park in Switz­er­land enab­les you to spend an unf­or­gett­able day. The new sli­ding world with 12 sli­des and four pools invi­te you to try it out – in the children’s para­di­se the­re are also sli­des for the litt­le ones! Swm­ming cour­ses for child­ren are avail­ab­le as well. A day full of action and water is guaranteed!

Click here for more information.

Pho­to by Han­ne Hasu on Pixabay

 

Liebe Gäste,

ab 15.05.2021 sind wir wieder für alle Gäste geöffnet sind. Ihre Gesundheit und Ihr Wohlbefinden steht bei uns an erster Stelle, daher haben wir einige Änderungen im täglichen Ablauf vorgenommen.

  1. Unsere Mitarbeiter desinfizieren mehrmals täglich die kritischen Stellen des Hauses.
  2. Die Bettwäsche und Handtücher werden nach einem speziellen Reinigungsverfahren in der Wäscherei gewaschen.
  3. Wir bieten zurzeit kein Buffett an, unser Frühstücksangebot wird Ihnen am Tisch serviert.
  4. Um den vorgeschriebenen ABSTAND zu wahren, werden wir die Essenszeiten zum Frühstück mit Ihnen abstimmen.
  5. Alternativ auf Ihren Wunsch können wir Ihnen ein Lunchpacket vorbereiten.
  6. Sollten Sie außerhalb der Rezeptionszeiten anreisen oder abreisen rufen Sie uns bitte an.
  7. Unsere Rezeptionszeiten sind von 08:00 bis 11:00 Uhr und 14:00 bis 19:00 Uhr und ab Montag den 17.05 von 07:00 bis 21:00 Uhr.

Bei Ihrer Anreise müssen Sie die folgenden Verhaltensmaßnahmen beachten:

  1. Bei dem Check-in/out bitte die Mundschutzmaske tragen.
  2. Möglichst bargeldlos bezahlen.
  3. Im Haus die AHA Regeln befolgen.
  4. Sie benötigen einen negativen Test, einen Impf- oder Genesenennachweis.
  5. Gäste ohne Genesenen- oder Impfnachweis müssen während des Aufenthalts alle drei Tage einen negativen Schnelltest vorlegen.
  6. Bitte beachten Sie auch weiterhin die Änderungen der Anordnungen der Bundes-/Landesregierung.

Bitte haben Sie Verständnis für diese Maßnahmen.

Jens Sauerstein
Direktor des Gästehaus Centro