Ulm – Wiblingen – Neu-Ulm | approx. 12 km
A visit to the twin cities Ulm/Neu-Ulm is a great way to start to your day. You may either book a public guided tour or explore the city on your own. Spend a great morning visiting the Ulm Minster with the world’s highest church tower and strolling through the romantic Fishermen’s and Tanner’s quarter.
Should the weather not play along, the Ulm Museum or the unique Museum of Bread Culture may be a great alternative. Enjoy a traditional Swabian lunch in the old city centre of Ulm and visit the Wiblingen in the afternoon. It is about 15 minutes away from the city centre of Ulm. This where you can visit the very impressive former Benedictine Wiblingen Monastery. The highlights of this visit are the Baroque abbey, the museum in the convention and the library hall that was completed in 1744.
When going back to the city centre of Ulm, you may want to go to the Glacis Park in Neu-Ulm to end the day with a smile on your face. See the impressive walls of the former Bundesfestung fortress, a restaurant and a biergarten as well as Neu-Ulm’s most prominent landmark: its water tower.
- Bibliothek, Kloster Wiblingen
- Museum der Brotkultur, Ulm
- Ulmer Münster
- Fischerviertel, Ulm
- Glacis, Neu-Ulm
Attractions and places of interest in Ulm
Ulm Minster, with the world’s highest church tower Fishermen’s and Tanners’ Quarter, the old city centre of Ulm between the Danube and the Blau River, Museum of Bread Culture, the unique theme museum to learn more about the history of bread
Attractions and places of interest in Wiblingen
Wiblingen monastery, an impressive monastery building located outside the city of Ulm
Attractions and places of interest in Neu-Ulm
Glacis Park Neu-Ulm, an integral part of the Regional Horticultural Show in 1980