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Mostindien-Tour (Kreuzlingen - Pfyn - Kartause)

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  • Eine Familie auf der Mostindien-Tour zwischen Berlingen und Steckborn.
    / Eine Familie auf der Mostindien-Tour zwischen Berlingen und Steckborn.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Das Seecafé in Gottlieben am Seerhein.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Die kreativ gestaltete Seeterasse des Café-Restaurants Haus zum Schiff in Ermatingen.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Fahrt an für die Region typischen Riegelhäusern vorbei.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Velofahrer unterwegs im alten Dorfteil von Ermatingen.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Das Napoléon-Schloss auf dem aussichtsreichen Arenenberg.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Schiffsanlegestelle bei Berlingen am Untersee.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Die Terasse des See- und Parkhotels Feldbach in Steckborn.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Beim Aufstieg lohnt sich ein Blick zurück über die Unterseegegend.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Das Ziel ist die Kartause Ittingen, eine ehemalige Klosteranlage.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
  • / Im Innenhof der Klosteranlage befindet sich eine herrliche Gartenwirtschaft.
    Photo: Thurgau Tourismus, Thurgau Tourismus
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easy
35 km
2:30 h
260 m
240 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.

This tour starts in Kreuzlingen, the border city that is just separated from the German Constance by the artwork Kunstgrenze ("Artificial Border") from Johannes Dörflinger. The rented bicycles can be picked up at the train station and then we go. Over the historic Gottlieben and Ermatingen the way leads to Salenstein, where the Arenenberg is located over Untersee and offers the Napoleon Museum, the Patrician Garden and the Bistro Louis Napoleon for a visit.

The idyllic lake and park hotel Feldbach in Steckborn invites to recharge your energy before the way up to Seerücken has to be defeated. But all efforts are quickly forgotten once you see the marvellous view at the Alpstein chain. Finally the way leads from Pfyn, a former Roman castle, to the Ittingen Charterhouse in Warth.

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
easy
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Reckenwil, Baholz, 590 m
Lowest point
Kreuzlingen, 395 m
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Start

Kreuzlingen, Bahnhof (403 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
47.652423, 9.168853
UTM
32T 512680 5277683

Destination

Warth, Kartause Ittingen

Turn-by-turn directions

Kreuzlingen - Gottlieben - Ermatingen - Mannenbach - Berlingen - Steckborn - Müllheim - Pfyn - Kartause Ittingen

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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
easy
Distance
35 km
Duration
2:30h
Ascent
260 m
Descent
240 m
Public transport friendly In and out Multi-stage route Scenic Refreshment stops available

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