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Lindau does not have its own airport, however is close to Friedrichshafen Airport and Memmingen Airport, which usually serve tourist arrivals and European destinations.

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There are plans to deploy a Wi Fi hotspot network (or WLAN, as it is more commonly known in German) across the Island of Lindau.Lindau's bus system is called Stadtbus Lindau, which departs from all stations every 30 minutes and runs until 22.30 daily, with special services for events.The bus system is run by the main local utility provider Stadtwerke Lindau.Lindau is famous for its architecture and outdoor attractions such as cycling, sailing, hiking, swimming and camping are also popular.Historically, the trading route from Nuremberg to Italy passed through Lindau; fishery has also played a big role in the economy of the city and in the 19th century, Lindau was an important location for textile industries.After World War II, Lindau fell under French administration and went firstly to Württemberg-Hohenzollern and then to the State of Baden-Württemberg. Lindau is located near the meeting point of the Austrian, German and Swiss borders and is nestled on the lake in front of Austria's Pfänder mountain.

Lindau is popular with sightseers and holidaymakers for its medieval town centre and picturesque location on Lake Constance.

The A96 links to the Austrian Autobahn A14 starting right after the joining with the 7 km long Pfändertunnel.

The tunnel has been expanded into 4 lane, 2 tunnel road which was opened in 2013 to accommodate increased north/south traffic.

Lindau (German: Lindau (Bodensee), formerly Lindau im Bodensee) is a major town and island on the eastern side of Lake Constance (Bodensee in German) in Bavaria, Germany.

It is the capital of the county (Landkreis) of Lindau, Bavaria and is near the borders of the Austrian state of Vorarlberg and the Swiss cantons of St. The coat of arms of Lindau town is a linden tree, referring to the supposed origin of the town's name (Linde means linden tree in German).

In 1655, after the Thirty Years' War, the first Lindauer Kinderfest (children's festival) was held, in memory of the war.