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Mostindien-Tour (Kreuzlingen - Kartause Ittingen)

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  • Eine Familie auf der Mostindien-Tour zwischen Mammern und Eschenz.
    / Eine Familie auf der Mostindien-Tour zwischen Mammern und Eschenz.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Die Route führt ins schmucke Gottlieben.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Bei einem Stopp im Gottlieber Seecafé lässt sich die örtliche Spezialität, die bekannten Hüppen, probieren.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Bald folgt Ermatingen, ein ehemaliges Fischerdorf.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / In Ermatingen bieten mehrere Lokale schmackhafte Fischküche.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Nach Ermatingen lohnt sich der kleine Umweg über den aussichtsreichen Arenenberg.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Das Dorf Berlingen, direkt am Untersee.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Vielerorts kann auch ein Stück auf die Kursschifffhart gewchselt werden.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Schiffsanlegestelle bei Berlingen am Untersee.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Am westlichen Nussbaumersee befindet sich ein idyllisches Naturbad.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Kartause Ittingen, ein einzigartiges Ausflugsziel
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
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moderate
46.2 km
3:15 h
110 m
80 m
On the Mostindien Tour you can drive with perfect panoramic view along the Apple Path - across Thurgau. There is a lot to discover. The offer ranges from culinary pleasures to interesting experience paths, museums and castles.

The tour starts at the train station of Kreuzlingen, where on demand rented bicycles can be organised. The border city at Bodensee has a lot to offer: In the Museum Rosenegg visitors learn a lot about Kreuzlingen and the region, those with a sweet tooth have their proper place at Chocolat Bernrain and the Planetarium takes its guests into the fascinating world of astronomy.

The tour leads then through the peaceful Untersee region. From the picturesque fishing villages Ermatingen, Steckborn and Mammern the way leads to Stein am Rhein. On the way a short trip to the wonderful Arenenberg where the Napoleon Museum and the Medieval Patrician Garden are located is really worthwhile. From Stein am Rhein the way goes through the open Seebach valley to the Ittingen Charterhouse. Additional to the Museum of Ittingen the visit of the Thurgau Museum of Art is also worthwhile.

See also
Thurgau Tourismus
Egelmoosstrasse 1
CH-8580 Amriswil
Tel: +41 (0)71 414 11 44
Fax: +41 (0)71 414 11 45
Internet: www.thurgau-bodensee.ch
E-Mail: info@thurgau-bodensee.ch

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Thurgau Tourismus
Updated: June 05, 2018

Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Iselisberg, 498 m
Lowest point
Mannenbach, 396 m
Best time of year
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Start

Kreuzlingen, train station (402 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
47.653443, 9.167227
UTM
32T 512557 5277796

Destination

Warth, Kartause Ittingen

Turn-by-turn directions

Kreuzlingen - Ermatingen - Mannenbach - Steckborn - Mammern - Stein am Rhein - Warth

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Public transport

Public transport friendly

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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
46.2 km
Duration
3:15h
Ascent
110 m
Descent
80 m
Public transport friendly In and out Multi-stage route Refreshment stops available Family friendly Cultural/historical value

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