Meersburg is a small town with just about 5300 inhabitants at the northern shores of Lake Constance in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Even though I grew up not far from Meersburg it’s been a few years since I last visited this town. Meersburg is mainly known for its old castle, in which german poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff lived for her final 8 years until she died in 1848. Another USP of Meersburg are the great views on the Lake as well as on Insel Mainau and Town Constance in far as well as the numerous vineyards crawling up from the Water to the upper town and further. To learn more about Baden-Württemberg wines and a visit to the historic wine cellar I spent about 6 hours in Meersburg in the noon and afternoon. Here now some Pictures that I took along the way and all the views I could catch during a super hot summer day. To find the best spots for photos I already published a ‘Places with the best views in Meersburg’-Article.
The ideal bust stop to visit Meersburg at Lake Constance with public transport is ‘Meersburg Kirche’, otherwise, you can arrive/leave by Ship or park your Car at the large parking at the ferry port.
With an ice cream cone in my hand, I left Meersburg by Ship and enjoyed the sunny weather where others spend their holidays, in my home region.
Address Meersburg waterfront