Reutlingen is really goodPicturesque countryside, lively city life
Short holiday Swabian Alb
Reutlingen is cycling - thanks in part to the "Tour de Ländle". And it rocks! It's hard to believe what you can experience during your short holiday in the Swabian Alb in Baden-Württemberg's youngest major city: Visit a vineyard, discover the winding old town with the narrowest street in the world and enjoy the beautiful nature. Because a short holiday in the Swabian Alb is an ideal mix of history, many cultural highlights and pure nature.
Record-breaking! The narrowest street in the world, Spreuerhofstraße, is actually in Reutlingen. Since 2007 it has even been famous - you will find an entry in the Guinness Book of Records. It is in the middle of the old town and even measures only 31 centimetres at its narrowest point. Visitors from all over the world are fascinated by the medieval flair of this piece of contemporary history, which adds a detail worth seeing to a short holiday in Reutlingen. And there is much more to discover on a short holiday in the Swabian Alb, which is an exciting twist of past and present.
Discover Reutlingen from a different perspective. With the kind support of StaRT - Stadtmarketing und Tourismus Reutlingen GmbH .
Worth seeing - Reutlingen from A to Z
The city's sights range from the Albtorplatz to the Zwinger. In between, there are a multitude of other attractions. The Kesselturm is part of the medieval city fortifications that make your short holiday in Reutlingen on the Swabian Alb attractive. Besides the famous Marienkirche, a Gothic masterpiece, the lively historic market square with its fountain is also one of the tourist highlights. Beautiful villas and magnificent avenues adorn Reutlingen's Stadtgarten and the enchanting Planie. Do you need more greenery? Then put on your comfortable shoes and conquer the picturesque surroundings.
A relaxing day in Reutlingen
Middle Ages in the morning, nature in the afternoon and delicious dining in the evening. Your perfect short holiday on the Swabian Alb in our Arthotel ANA Elements Reutlingen could look like this or something similar. After an extensive stroll through the historic old town, a small "Vesper" in one of the numerous restaurants with Swabian specialities, it's off to the gates of the city. For example, into the green Swabian Alb, where charming Alb plateaus, over 600 km of hiking paths and trails invite you to exercise in the countryside. Those who like to dive should not miss a visit to the 20-metre-deep karst caves with their lush stalactite decorations. In the evening, a culinary city tour beckons to spoil the palate and caress the taste buds.