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Lindau has a very low unemployment rate, likely the result of a diverse economy and proximity to the Alpine Rhine Valley.Lindau Hauptbahnhof is Lindau's main station and is located on Lindau Island, however it is planned that the station will be improved and compliemented by development of a station in Reutin district on the mainland by 2018.Gallen, stating that Adalbert (count of Raetia) had founded a nunnery on the island. In 1224 the Franciscans founded a monastery on the island.However the remains of an early Roman settlement dating back to the 1st century have been found in the district of Aeschach. In 1274/75 Lindau became an Imperial Free City under King Rudolf I.This festival introduced by Lindau councillor Valentin Heider makes up an important part of the town's identity nowadays, too.Lindau lost its status as an Imperial Free City in 1802, after the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire.The nearest major airports are Munich Airport, Stuttgart Airport or Zürich Airport.
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.
In 1922 the independent districts of Aeschach, Hoyren and Reutin merged with the Lindau district.
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.
The bus system is run by the main local utility provider Stadtwerke Lindau.
Additionally RBA and the Zweiländer-line of Austrias "Landbus Unterland" also operate from Lindau.