Stadthalle Reutlingen, At the Gateway to Swabian Alb
Reutlingen is the smallest city in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Visitors are enchanted by its interesting mixture of shopping paradise and nature experience. And you might even find the narrowest street of the world when looking closely.
Reutlingen is situated within one of the most beautiful regions of the Swabian Alb. Apparent contradictions shape the city’s unique character. Mediaeval latticed framework beauty nestling against modern architecture, teeming shopping districts leading to romantic alleyways – and in mere minutes after leaving city center you’ll get to 707m-high Achalm, to enjoy a spectacular view of the city and Swabian Alb landscape. Reutlingen is metropolitan and cozy, combining the traits of a modern economic area with those of a vacation site embedded in nature.
Stadthalle Reutlingen: From History into the Future
Many buildings testify to Reutlingen‘s past as Free Imperial City, such as distinctive Tübinger Tor gate or St. Mary’s Church. The latter is one of the finest High Gothic-style buildings in Swabia and was declared a National Cultural Monument in 1988. Some architectural gems in latticed timber now house museums and theatres, and form a living part of Reutlingen’s present.
Reutlingen is also an ideal „base camp“ for hiking tours and day trips into the region. Right before the doorstep you’ll enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Swabian Alb: wildly romantic rock formations, rolling hills, broad tablelands and typical juniper heath land. Numerous hiking and cycling routes guide visitors to popular destinations – such as romantic Lichtenstein castle, Hohenzollern castle, or the Bear and Mist Caves.
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