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City of Reutlingen

This former Free Imperial City with almost 113,000 inhabitants has much to offer.


For example, you can take in the great view from Achalm Mountain.

Reutlingen is in the Guinness Book of Records for an unusual reason - we have the narrowest street in the world (Spreuerhofstraße)! And you can even walk trough it! - as it's only 31 cm wide.


Visit our Marketplace with it historic buildings. Walk through our pedestrian zone, which brings  you to our Marienkirche (church).                      .            
                        
The old town is most inviting with more than 320 shops to explore. In the beautiful cafes and numerous restaurants you can indulge in a wide variety of culinary delights.

There are also great events throughout the year. You can get a lot of information from the tourist information office in the marketplace.
                        
                        
Outside Reutlingen

There are many great castles and palaces within easy striking distance of Reutlingen.
                       
For great views, try the Pfullinger Unterhos', the Rossberg and the Käpfle.

If the shops of Reutlingen are not enough for you then the outlet city of Metzingen is only 7km away.

                        
You can also enjoy time in Tübingen, our neighbouring city. It is only 8 km away and offers much for visitors, including punting or pedal boating which can be magical, especially on sunny days. The city centre is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Germany.

Our favourite castle  is the HohenNeuffen, an ancient castle where you can explore, play, drink coffee (or beer), or enjoy food at the great restaurant. Sometimes there are also falcon displays which have a great atmosphere. The views are also incredibly beautiful.

                        
Another gorgeous place to visit is Schloss Lichtenstein, a true fairy-tale castle. We recommend taking a Palace tour.

Hohenzollern Castle  is world famous and also very beautiful. Here you can touch history. We again recommend the guided tour which is also available in English.


There are some caves on the Alb. We would like to recommend the Nebelhöhle in Lichtenstein (18km) and the Bärenhöhle in Erpfingen (26km).

At the Bear Cave, there is a nice, small theme park for smaller children, the Dreamland Amusement Park. Again, worth visiting.
                     

Horse lovers should visit Marbach, so famous that even the Queen of England wanted to visit. However, she ended up in the wrong Marbach. Her awkward question, "Where are the horses?" embarrassed the organisers of the state visit. There are holiday riding courses and you can visit the stables and the stud museum. The stallion parades are a special highlight.

Bad Urach with its ruined castle and waterfalls is ideal for a day trip. There are newly sign-posted hiking paths but do note you will need good shoes (19km).
There is also a castle in Urach to visit.  It is rather simple, but it has a great associated story regarding the revered Count Eberhard.

                        
A little further away, how about a visit to the tallest church tower in the world? That belongs to the Ulm Minster, some 80kms away. You have to climb 768 stairs on foot but it is worth it – the view from 142m is spectacular.

The beautiful monastery church of Zwiefalten is also worth a visit. There you can enjoy a beer in the brewery restaurant (45km).

The absolutely worth seeing monastery at Bebenhausen is only 20km away. The Way of St. James leads through the middle (as well as through Tübingen castle)


And then there is more:
- Sigmaringen Castle;
- the limestone rocks in the Danube valley;
- the Benedictine monastery at Beuron;
- the beautiful Lauter valley with its many castle ruins;
- the chocolate factory;
- the Wimsener cave;
- Castle Teck;
- and so much more...




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