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Many roads lead to Park-Camping Lindau.
We will tell you the quickest way to reach us from all directions.

 

 

By train: congestion-free and environmentally friendly

The conditions for arriving by train have been further optimised in recent months. The barrier-free Lindau Reutin station serves as a hub for long-distance and regional traffic. Trains arrive here from Munich, Stuttgart, the Allg├Ąu, Austria and Switzerland. Thanks to the continuous electrification at the Lindau junction and the upgraded lines, more trains also travel to the metropolises of the Stuttgart, Munich and Zurich region in less time.

The Lindau island railway station directly at the harbour will in future only be served by regional trains.

  • Bus connections from Lindau Reutin station to the campsite
    Bus line 5: Bus stop “Reutin-Bahnhof” to the camping site, bus stop “Leiblachstra├če”, then 500 metres on foot to the camping site.
  • Bus connection from Lindau Inselbahnhof to the campsite
    Bus line 5: Bus stop “Hauptbahnhof/Insel” to the camping site, bus stop “Leiblachstra├če”, then 500 metres on foot to the camping site.

You can find the city bus route and timetable in the download.

Tip: If you are travelling by train from Bavaria or Baden-W├╝rttemberg, you can use both the Bayern-Ticket and the Baden-W├╝rttemberg-Ticket.

 

Arrival by own car or camper van

Thanks to its location in the border triangle, Lindau is optimally connected to the international road network:

  • From Germany: The A96 motorway (Munich – Lindau) and the B31 federal road (Breisach – Lindau) lead directly to us.
  • From Austria: The section of the A14 Rhine Valley motorway from the Lindau/H├Ârbranz border crossing to Hohenems is not subject to tolls – so you can drive through the Pf├Ąnder Tunnel without a vignette.

Data for the journey to Park-Camping Lindau:
GPS coordinates 47┬░32’13 “N 9┬░43’42 “E | 47.53781666, 9.73113333
Address Park-Camping Lindau | Fraunhoferstra├če 20 | 88131 Lindau

Arrival by long-distance bus

More and more long-distance bus lines also serve Lindau directly – for example from Augsburg, Munich, Memmingen, Zurich or St. Gallen. You can find a detailed overview of all providers and their connections, including prices, on this comparison page.

In Lindau, the bus stop for long-distance buses is located at Bregenzer Stra├če 48 opposite the Lindaupark shopping centre.

  • Bus connections from the long-distance bus stop to the campsite
    Short walk to the bus stop “Reutin-Bahnhof”.
    Bus line 5: Bus stop “Reutin-Bahnhof” to the camping site, bus stop “Leiblachstra├če”, then 500 metres on foot to the camping site.
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