Hotels & Tourism Ulm
The university town of Ulm is located in Baden-Württemberg on the border with Bavaria and extends on the edge of the Swabian Alb. Ulm forms with the city of Neu-Ulm, separated by the Danube, an attractive and interesting twin city with a strong economic power. The Ulmer Cathedral has shaped the city and the region for centuries, is a synonym for Ulm at home and abroad because of its tower, with 161.53 meters, the highest church steeple in the world. Close to the Cathedral is the Ulm Town Hall with its opulent exterior painting from the early Renaissance and the fishermen’s quarter. Since the end of the seventies, this historic craftsman’s quarter has been lovingly restored. A stroll is almost mandatory.
The central location of Ulm in Southern Germany is characterized by an excellent traffic connection.