There are plenty of places to see and visit in Tübingen District. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Tübingen District is a region where 20
hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.
From here you have the most beautiful view of the castle Hohenzollern - postcard motives guaranteed. The Zeller Horn (913 meters altitude) is part of the Albtraufs, the northwest-facing steep drop of the Swabian Alb.
Located between Friedrichshafen and Überlingen, the idyllic town of Meersburg is a popular destination for holidaymakers in the region. The pretty houses on the waterfront invite you to take pictures and linger.
The Hörnle was once a hard-topped mountain and was to be mined for cement production. Through massive resistance, mainly by the fruit-growing population of the mountain could be saved. Many thanks to the citizens of Dettingen.
The Pfahlbaumuseum is an archaeological open-air museum located at Lake Constance with a connected museum building in the municipality of Uhldingen-Mühlhofen in the Lake Constance district in Baden-Württemberg, which presents …
Millions of years ago, the waves of the primeval sea sloshed away. Coral lived in it. The fossilized remains of these creatures we see today as rocks - in the form of a kissing sow (or two kissing sows ?!)
Along the Brühlbach stream, which leads from the Urach waterfall, there is a contemplative, wide, gravel road through the Brühl. "Brühl" stands for a fenced, waterfront meadow and is of Celtic origin. Fits here perfectly.