Markdorf is a town in the Bodensee district, in Baden-Württemberg, Southern Germany. It is situated near Lake Constance, 10 km northwest of Friedrichshafen. Georg Riedmann is the mayor of Markdorf and was elected in 2013. The little city was founded in 1225 and was host to the church council before it was moved to constance.With its historic downtown it is a beautiful tourist attraction. If you have enough from the city the beautiful landscape invites you to climb the "gehrenberg", that is the little glacier endhill of the last ice age. On the top of the little mountain there is a 30m high tower fro which's top you can enjoy a beautiful view over the biggest german lake, the swiss, austrian and german alps. On 22 December 1939 the location was host to one of the three major train accidents on German history which occasioned the death of ca. 100 people. Wikipedia
Home to pretty treasures, Markdorf is Germany's best kept secret. The nearest major city to Markdorf is Ulm. Take a short trip from Markdorf and set some time aside to explore the Ulm. Dotted with places like Ulm Cathedral, Fishermans Quarter, Rathaus; it will definitely be a good idea. Also, to reach Markdorf, you'll have to take a flight to Ulm; so its not really a detour. And even if it is, the city is worth paying at least a quick visit. A holiday in Markdorf can generally be of 1-2 days.
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