How to get to Friedrichshafen
The "Graf-Zeppelin-Haus" is situated directly on Lake Constance next to the marina and the lakeside promenade.
The Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen ( www.fly-away.de/en/ ) is located near the city centre, 10 minutes transfer by public transport.
Lufthansa: direct flights from Frankfurt/Main, Berlin-Tegel, Bremen, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Cologne, Leipzig via Frankfurt. www.lufthansa.com
Ryan Air: direct flights daily from and to London Stansted www.ryanair.com
Friedrichshafen Airport is located about 3 km from Friedrichshafen. There is a rail service about 30 meters outside the terminal building. The train journey will take about 5 minutes. There is a bus service to the city operated by RAB from the outside the arrivals building. The bus will take approximately 10 minutes. For more information please go to www.zugbus-rab.de . There is also a taxi service outside the arrivals building. A taxi will take 5 minutes to the city centre.
In Germany www.bahn.de : Interregio or regional express connection from Basel, Freiburg, Offenburg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Ulm, Stuttgart, and Augsburg to main station Friedrichshafen.
From Switzerland www.sbb.ch SBB line Basel/Lindau or via Romanshorn, then with the Bodensee ferry to Friedrichshafen (hourly service)
From Austria www.oebb.at via Munich/Ulm or ÖBB line via Bregenz/Lindau to Friedrichshafen.
Navigation system: Zip: 88045, City: Friedrichshafen, Street: Olgastr. 20
From Stuttgart: A 81 and A 98 to the end of the motorway, from Stockach B 31n (direction Lindau) to Friedrichshafen
From Munich: A 96 direction Lindau, exit Sigmarszell/Friedrichshafen, then on the B 31 to Friedrichshafen
From Zurich: A 7 to Kreuzlingen/Konstanz, with the car ferry to Meersburg, then on the B 31 to Friedrichshafen
From Austria: via Munich or coming from the South via the Arlberg to Bregenz/Lindau on the A 96 to exit Sigmarszell/Friedrichshafen, then on the B 31 to Friedrichshafen.