This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Romanshorn.
Romanshorn, Switzerland, is a municipality with a population of roughly eleven thousand in the northeast of Switzerland. It belongs to the district of Arbon in the canton of Thurgau, in which the official language is German. For the local economy, mostly small- and medium-sized business are important. The canton is well-known for its agricultural products such as apples, vegetables, and fruits in general. Wine is produced in some valleys, as well. Tourism is also an important source of income here; Romanshorn, Switzerland hostels, hotels, restaurants, and many other service industries benefit from the tourism.
The biggest attraction is Lake Constance (in German, Bodensee). The municipality is located at the shore of the lake covering an area of more than five hundred thirty-five square kilometres. It is the third-largest freshwater lake in Western as well as Central Europe and a popular tourist destination especially in summer. A car ferry connects Romanshorn with Friedrichshafen, a town on the German side of the lake.
A couple of guesthouses and hotels are located in the centre of Romanshorn. In addition to that, you can find numerous hotels at the shore of the lake. Compared to the German side of the lake, the price level is obviously higher. If you are a backpacker and you want to save up some money, check out the hostels in Romanshorn, Switzerland and its surrounds. You won't find too many Romanshorn, Switzerland hostels, but you can find some more hostels at the shore of Lake Constance.
In summer, sun seekers, campers, and tourists looking for some relaxation visit Lake Constance. Besides the summer months, spring and autumn are very suitable for some outdoor activities. Hiking routes along the lakeshore and in the surrounding area attract sporty tourists. If you like cycling, try out the different routes on the lakeside. You can also explore the lake on a boat. Regular ferries and tourist boats show you the area from a completely different side.
Written by local enthusiast for Romanshorn hostelsFlo