The former imperial city of Ulm boasts a variety of historical attractions. Chief amongst them is the holy cathedral of Ulm, with the world’s highest church tower. The historical town hall (Rathaus) with its richly decorated facades is just a stone’s throw away.
about 40 km away
approx. 30 minute drive
Memmingen, the city of gates and towers & pediments and facades, is situated on the edge of the Allgäu region. The city’s over 850-year history and handsome old town still excite and delight visitors today. Let the magnificent buildings at the market square astound you: The Rathaus (town hall), Steuerhaus (wheelhouse) and Großzunft
about 20 km away
approx. 25 minute drive
The city lives up to its reputation as a place of rich culture. Biberach celebrates one of Germany’s largest historical folk festivals. It is also home to Germany’s oldest theatre association and the oldest amateur orchestra. What’s more, Biberach is well known for being a great place to live and relax. It is located in foothills of the Alps, which were formed by glaciers long ago. In fact, the Riss Glacial period was named after a moraine outcropping here. Today, Biberach is an economically prosperous area.
about 30 km away
approx. 40 minute drive