Independently by car, relaxed by train or fast by plane – Lindau is one of the best connected cities on Lake Constance. We show you all the travel options for arrival and parking at a glance:

Arrival by train

You want to travel to Lindau by train? Nothing easier than that!
Lindau’s main train station is located directly on the island and right next to the harbor with its beautiful lake promenade. From there you can reach the Inselhalle or your hotel on the island within a few minutes on foot.

As a hub of rail connections in the eastern Lake Constance area, you have very good and regular long-distance connections from train station Lindau-Reutin with the Deutsche Bahn from and to Munich, Stuttgart, Nuremberg or Leipzig. Also the trains of the Österreichische Bundesbahn (direction Salzburg) or the Schweizerische Bundesbahn (direction St. Gallen) are regularly on their way to Lindau.

In local traffic, the connecting trains of the Bodensee-Gürtelbahn (Lindau- Friedrichshafen-Überlingen-Radolfzell) as well as the Rheintal-Linie (Lindau-Bregenz-Feldkirch-Rorschach) bring you there and back several times a day. Let us take you relaxed to your destination and enjoy the wonderful view of Lake Constance and the mountain landscapes in the meantime.

Rail travel for conference guests at a nationwide fixed price

You would like to travel to an event or a congress in the Inselhalle as a conference guest? You want to arrive comfortably, inexpensively and environmentally friendly? We recommend the Deutsche Bahn event ticket at an exclusive fixed price, throughout Germany and with 100 % green electricity on all long-distance Deutsche Bahn trains. Use the journey to and from the event for yourself and turn travel time into your own time – for working, relaxing or enjoying.

In cooperation with Deutsche Bahn, we offer you as a conference visitor of the Inselhalle exclusively the Best Price of Deutsche Bahn. Book quickly and easily today via the Deutsche Bahn website and secure the guaranteed cheapest ticket. For the Best Price comparison, Deutsche Bahn offers you an overview of all rail offers on your desired route. So you are guaranteed to arrive successfully!

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Arrival by car

Due to the excellent location on the north-south highway connection in the direction of Austria, you can reach the Lindau Island uncomplicated and on a direct route:

From Munich: A 96 until exit Lindau
From Stuttgart: A 81 Stuttgart-Singen, B 31 direction Lindau, exit Lindau
Alternatively: A 8 Stuttgart-Ulm, A 7 Memmingen, A 96 Lindau, exit Lindau
From Zurich: A 1 to Au (CH) – Lustenau (A), A 14/A 96 (Rheintalautobahn) to exit Lindau

Arrival by plane

If you are planning your trip to Lindau from far away and are traveling the first leg by plane, the following airports are close to us:

You can easily cover the distance between Lindau and your desired airport by rental car, a shuttle or by train.

Inselhalle P4 Parking garage

Parking on the entire island and most of the mainland in Lindau is subject to charges and limited in time. Directly at the Inselhalle you can use our parking garage P4 with about 400 spacious parking spaces as well as an e-charging station. The parking fees for cars here are € 1.80 per hour from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m and € 0.90 per hour from 8:00 p.m – 11:00 p.m.

Event/prepaid ticket
To avoid long waiting times at the ticket machine after the end of the event, the parking ticket can be prepaid on event days. The fee for this is a flat rate of €5.00. This function is available from 6:00 p.m. and entitles the holder to exit the car park until 8:00 a.m. the following day. When the parking ticket is inserted into the pay station within 15 minutes of entry (between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.), the prepaid ticket pre-selection appears automatically. When inserting the parking ticket outside of 15 minutes and after 7:00 p.m after entry, the selection for the prepaid ticket is made via a control button.

The city bus Lindau transports you regularly and uncomplicated through the whole city area. Here you can find the timetable of the Lindau city bus.