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Beside the contrasting valleys of the Rhine, Danube and Neckar rivers, Lake Constance, one of the largest German lakes gleams against the panoramic backdrop of the Alps.
Its well-known attractions include the flower island of Mainau, the island of Reichenau (a UNESCO world heritage site), the town of Constance, the Zeppelin museum and prehistoric buildings on stilts.
But that's not all Lake Constance has to offer, more and more people are coming here to take part in sports and fitness activities or to savour the tranquillity of its villages.
Produced in association with German National Tourist Board