Konstanz is the largest and most historic town on Lake Constance and is known for its role in the religious disputes in the Middle Ages.
It is located on the border with Switzerland - the neighbouring town of Kreuzlingen is on just the other side of the customs posts - and lies at the western end of the lake, near the start of the Rhine.
The municipal district of Konstanz also covers two islands - Reichenau and the better-known flower island of Mainau.
More information about the history of the city and some of its sights can be found on this page:
Konstanz is a busy commercial, university and tourist destination with a range of accommodation to match. It can however be difficult to work out the best way of getting there. More
details about accommodation and travel can be seen on this page:
Konstanz Hotels & Travel
The flower island of Mainau welcomes well over a million guests each year to its gardens and displays. More information about visiting the island can be found here: Mainau Island