Radolfzell is a city in southern Germany in the Lake Constance Region about 20 km north-west of Konstanz and 10 km east of Singen.


Radolfzell was developed out of a monastery founded in 826 AD as a "cell" under Bishop Radolf of Verona.

Get in

By Plane

Radolfzell has no commercial airport. The closest airports are:

By Train

Radolfzell can easily be reached by train, as it is an important railway junction in the Bodensee area.

Get around

By bus: there is a bus network through the city. All buses leave from the central bus station next to the train station.

By taxi: Taxis are normally stationed outside the train station.

By foot: Radolfzell is pretty small and you can probably walk anywhere you want to go. The old town/pedestrian zone is compact and easily walkable.







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