Radolfzell is located in southern Germany, just a few kilometers from the Swiss border and on Lake Constance, Germany’s largest lake. The popular resort town has a population of 30,000 and has a lot to offer visitors, e.g. stunning views, great shopping, arts and culture and a variety of outdoor activities.
The town’s history goes back almost 1,200 years. Beginning as a modest settlement, it has developed into a popular tourist destination in the Lake Constance region. Participants integrate quickly here, and can practice their newly acquired language skills with the friendly local residents around town.
The Lake Constance region is ideal for cycling. Both amateur cyclists and discerning athletes enjoy the local routes. Water lovers enjoy lake activities and avid hikers and mountain climbers enjoy the nearby Alps. Winter sport enthusiasts enjoy the nearby mountains, where snow is guaranteed.
Explore the Black Forest or take a boat ride to neighboring Switzerland or Austria. The Hermann-Hesse-Museum in Gaienhofen and the Otto-Dix-Museum in Hemmenhofen are also close. The popular medieval town of Stein am Rhein is just 20 kilometers away from Radolfzell and the largest waterfall in Europe is just a few kilometers away in Schaffhausen.