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7 Sep

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Travel Tips Fernsehturm Stuttgart

BY ISIDORA

The Stuttgart television tower

One of the very first television towers, it is an aesthetic and architectural masterpiece. Built 60 years ago, today it is one of the landmarks and emblems of the federal state capital. Visitors enjoy the view over the city, famous for its green slopes and numerous vantage points, from the two-storey platform at a height of 150 meters. During the day, the Panorama Café at a height of 147 meters offers coffee and cakes, and in the evening, visitors can enjoy the night-time Stuttgart cityscape while enjoying delicious cocktails.
You will find more details at: www.fernsehturmstuttgart.de/en

travel tips Bad Urach Wasserfall

Bad Urach waterfall

Bad Urach waterfall is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful natural spectacles in southern Germany. The water tumbles majestically from a height of 37 meter to collect in the Brühlbach. Even the path leading up to the waterfall is a relaxing experience to dream of. Once at the top, there are uniquely stunning views of the water plummeting down, and the Hohenurach Castle ruins. The little town of Bad Urach, with its hot springs, forests and visitor attractions, is the perfect destination for a short wellness trip. Definitely one of our must-see travel tips.
You will find more details at:
www.badurach-tourismus.de/en

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Tübingen´s Kunsthalle (gallery)

Tübingen is a beautiful old university town on the banks of the river Neckar in Germany. Visitors will find a myriad of cafés, bars and student pubs nestled among the many historic buildings in this wonderfully scenic old town. Sited the foot of the Swabian mountains, this gorgeous little city is the perfect destination for a relaxing few days break. Events such as the punt race, the summer night cinema, the Tübingen wine festival and numerous concerts throughout the year mean there’s always something exciting to do. Secret tips: in case of bad weather: a visit to Tübingen’s Kunsthalle (gallery) is an absolute must. It is home to an internationally renowned collection of contemporary artworks, and hosts ever-changing exhibitions of classic modern art. After a period of renovation, the Kunsthalle Tübingen reopened in 2017 with its new program of exhibitions. In good weather: just buy an ice cream at the Porto Pino Café Gelateria, sit on the river bank, and enjoy.
You will find more details at:
www.kunsthalle-tuebingen.de

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Travel Tips Burg Hohenzollern

Hohenzollern castle

Counts, kings and emperors have their roots here: at Hohenzollern Castle. At an altitude of 855 metres, the proud fortress sits enthroned atop the Hochenzoller Mountain, midway between Stuttgart and Lake Constance, offering majestic panoramic views across distances of up to 100 kilometres. This fairy-tale castle is regarded as the region’s top destination for excursions. While touring the exhibition rooms, visitors learn interesting and entertaining facts about the lives of the aristocracy and their subjects. The castle’s café restaurant offers a range of regional specialities. In summer, it runs one of the region’s most beautiful beer gardens. In winter, the castle is home to a magical Christmas market, whose unique and enthralling atmosphere attracts visitors from all over the world.
You will find more details at:
www.burg-hohenzollern.com