Welcome to Ulm!
"In Ulm, um Ulm und um Ulm herum" - this famous tongue twister represents a very special city experience within the double-city of Ulm/Neu-Ulm on the Danube River. In addition to offering its visitors the view of the Ulm Minster, the highest church steeple in the world, Ulm also offers its visitors an enchanting view of the old town, the fishermans' quarter, and the Wiblingen monastery. On the other side of the Danube, the sister city of Neu-Ulm, offers an astonishing view with a modern cityscape. Museums and their extraordinary collections, different theaters, the open air swimming pool (Donaubad) in Wonnemar, and the countless gardens and parks are considered highly appealing recreational activities
The former imperial city of Ulm offers a variety of historical points of interest. Above all, is the renowned gothic Ulm Minster, with the highest church steeple in the world! Only a short walk away is the historical "Rathaus" or city hall with luxirious facade paintings.
The old town quarters "Auf dem Kreuz" (on the cross), as well as the beloved fishermens' and tanners' quarters, were wonderfully restored. Characterized by "Fachwerkhäuser" (half-timbered houses), small alleyways, bridges over The Blau, and the lovely residential scenery, a tour through the old town is a "must-see" for every visitor in Ulm.