Friedrichshafen is located at the northeastern corner of Lake Constance (Bodensee). This mostly modern city was almost completely rebuilt after bombing in World War II. It has one of the longest waterfront promenades of any town along the lake. It also has a nice view of Austria and Switzerland and the alps across the lake on a clear day. In addition, the town's other highlights are three interesting museums and the dome-capped Schlosskirche, the premier remaining reminder of Friedrichshafen's baroque past.