At a glance the Romantik Hotel Barbarossa
In the heart of Konstanz, the Romantik Hotel Barbarossa awaits you directly in the historic old town on Obermarkt with the claim "a truly hospitable house in a historic location". The Miehle family has been running the hotel since 1874 and is now in its 5th generation. The hotel is characterised by historical details and the eventful history of Constance.
The 48 lovingly and individually furnished rooms skilfully combine the historic charm of the house with modern comfort. On the magnificent Old Town Terraces, hotel guests relax after an exciting day on Lake Konstanz and experience the flair of the medieval Old Town thanks to the fabulous view of Konstanz sights.
The Weinstube restaurant provides delicious moments of enjoyment. Here you can enjoy fresh dishes with a regional focus, fish from the "Swabian Sea" and typical Baden specialities in a cosy atmosphere. In summer, the terrace on the Obermarkt offers a great ambience to enjoy.
Konstanz is the ideal starting point for exploring around Lake Konstanz in the four-country region. As the largest city on the lake, numerous sights, museums and cultural institutions await your visit. Not far from Constance, historical sites such as the Hohentwiel castle ruins, Salem Castle and Monastery and the Birnau Basilica attract visitors with impressive architecture.
If you arrive by car, you can unload your luggage via Paradiesstraße from the Obere Laube. Please contact the hotel before your arrival to reserve a parking space in one of the car parks in the immediate vicinity.
The flower island Mainau is an extraordinary nature experience - at any time of the year. In spring with around one million tulips and spring flowers, in summer with hundreds of rhododendrons and roses, in autumn over 11,000 colourful dahlias and in winter as a magical winter garden. The entire complex is a wonderful retreat for nature lovers and offers a dreamlike play of colours. Learn more.
#PILE DWELLING MUSEUM
As part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake Dwelling Museum in Unteruhldingen is a fascinating place. Located between Überlingen and Meersburg, the archaeological open-air museum reconstructs the history of farmers, traders and fishermen from the Neolithic and Bronze Age over 3000 to 6000 years ago in 6 villages. The total of 23 reconstructed houses and the adjoining museum provide exciting insights into long-gone times and ways of life and about everyday life, technology and culture of a sunken world. Learn more.