Tips for getting here by bus, ship, car or mobile home: The “Campingplatz Klausenhorn” can be reached by many different routes. Guest tickets in Constance & the four-country region of Lake Constance also offer benefits such as free use of local public transport, discounted admission prices and much more besides...
Take the 4/13 bus from Constance town centre “Constance, Bahnhof” (Constance, railway station) to “Dingelsdorf, Klausenhorn” to the “Campingplatz Klausenhorn”. Then you have roughly another 400 metres from the “Dingelsdorf, Klausenhorn” stop to the entrance to the camping site. The 13/4 line will also take you back to Constance.
Arrival via Lake Constance
Arrival by long-distance bus
Constance is connected to the German long-distance bus network. The main getting-on and getting-off point is the “Döbele” coach park, on the corner of Döbelestraße / Grenzbachstraße. The city bus lines 1, 6 & 9A connect the car park to local transport routes.
If you’re a guest of the “Campingplatz Klausenhorn”, it’s best to park your car and explore the surrounding area by public transport. Guests staying the night on the “Campingplatz Klausenhorn” receive a visitor's pass. This pass entitles you to free travel on most urban bus lines.
TIP: The BodenseeCard Plus enables guests and local residents to gain free or discounted admission to almost all excursion and leisure-time destinations around Lake Constance as well as free travel on scheduled boat services.