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InterCityHotel Ulm
Bahnhofplatz 1/1
89073 Ulm
from 55 €
LeoMar Flatrate
Blaubeurer Str. 35
89077 Ulm
from 57 €
Comfor Hotel
Frauenstr. 51
89073 Ulm
from 82 €
BEST WESTERN PLUS Atrium Hotel Ulm
Eberhard-Finckh-Str. 17
89075 Ulm
from 76 €
Maritim
Basteistr. 40
89073 Ulm
from 87 €
Hotel Ulmer Stuben
Adolph-Kolping-Platz 11 (Navi: Zinglerstr. 11)
89073 Ulm
from 63 €
Hotel Neuthor
Neuer Graben 17
89073 Ulm
from 79 €
Lago
Friedrichsau 50
89073 Ulm
from 116 €
Economy
Blaubeurer Str. 63
89077 Ulm
6.7 / 10
from 59 €
Hotel Gasthof Rössle Ermingen
Ortsstr. 56
89081 Ulm
7.8 / 10
from 54 €
Hotel & Rasthaus Seligweiler
Seligweiler 1
89081 Ulm
from 69 €
Hotel Garni Am Zehntstadl
Bertholdstr. 17
89079 Ulm
from 58 €
Hotel Garni am Römerplatz
Römerstr. 67
89077 Ulm
8.3 / 10
from 66 €
Hotel Gasthof Adler
Kirchstr. 12
89081 Ulm
from 76 €
Hotel Engel
Loher Str. 35
89081 Ulm
from 64 €
Ulmer Spatz
Muensterplatz 27
89073 Ulm
6.0 / 10
from 57 €
City Partner Hotel Goldenes Rad
Neue Str. 65
89073 Ulm
from 90 €
IQ Hotel Ulm clever übernachten
Lise-Meitner-Str. 26
89081 Ulm
from 65 €
AKZENT Hotel Roter Löwe
Ulmer Gasse 8
89073 Ulm
from 65 €
Hotel am Rathaus
Kronengasse 10
89073 Ulm
8.4 / 10
from 92 €
Hotel Stern
Sterngasse 17
89073 Ulm
from 68 €
Hotel Astra
Steinhövelstr. 6
89075 Ulm
7.0 / 10
from 56 €
Ibis budget Ulm City
Neutorstr. 16
89073 Ulm
7.7 / 10
Ulmer Münster Hotel
Münsterplatz 14
89073 Ulm
8.2 / 10
from 69 €
Hotel Blaubeurer Tor
Blaubeurer Str. 19
89077 Ulm
8.5 / 10
from 51 €
Ibis Ulm City
Neutorstrasse 12
89073 Ulm
Hotel garni Lehrertal
Lehrer-Tal-Weg 3
89075 Ulm
from 63 €
Löwen Gasthof
Hauptstr. 6
89079 Ulm
from 81 €
Hotel Restaurant Löwen
Klosterhof 41
89077 Ulm
8.5 / 10
from 79 €
Golden Tulip Parkhotel Neu-Ulm
Silcherstr. 40
89231 New Ulm
from 69 €

Ulm- the City University and City on the River Danube

The city of Ulm is situated in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. Ulm lies directly on the river Danube and it borders on to the federal state of Bavaria. The foothills of the Swabian Alps are clearly visible. Even in the past, Ulm was well-known as an old imperial city. Today it is an important place in Germany and this can be primarily ascribed to the university. Furthermore, you can clearly see the division of Ulm as a city of science and the new city of Ulm. Modern Ulm belongs to Bavaria and today, the river Danube separates the two cities that once belonged to one another.

Journey to Ulm

Ulm is very conveniently located. With the motorways A 7 and A 8, you can reach Ulm via many different cities. Even the main road network is well laid out. The main railway station in Ulm lies on the ICE connection from Stuttgart to Munich and with three additional railway stations, Ulm is well-served. The next international airport is the one in Stuttgart which lies approx. 80 km away. You can select the airport in Memmingen for regional flights and this can be found 50 km away.

Urban Districts in Ulm

Today, Ulm comprises of 18 urban districts. Up until the year 1970, there were only 9 and the remaining districts were only incorporated afterwards. Gögglingen-Donaustetten was incorporated into Ulm in 1974. Up until 1989, they were also two independent districts. The district lies in the South West of Ulm and it is rather rural. With a surface area of more than 1100 hectors, 760 hectors are still used for agricultural purposes today. The infrastructure is really good, several Kindergarten and a primary school ensure that families with children migrate to the district.

The district of Eselberg is located in the North West of Ulm. It is the district in which the university is situated. There are also a few large universities which have established themselves here such as Daimler, Nokia and Siemens. The population is thus a colourful mix, as well as students there are also many workers from the companies who live here.

Tourist Attractions in Ulm

Ulm had to accept serious damage to its building culture during the Second World War. Until that point, Ulm was deemed to be a historically significant city with various buildings from the Gothic, Renaissance and some structures from the Baroque eras. Only 5% of the buildings from the old town were preserved.

The Ulmer Münster shapes the urban landscape in Ulm. The building of the contemporary evangelical church began in 1377 and the completion of the church tower was not until 1890. The church tower, with its 161,53 metres in height, is the tallest in the whole world. The Münster was partly spared from the bomb attacks. There is enough space in the large building for 2000 people. It is worth taking a look at the ornate choir stalls on the inside of the church. They have wooden carvings of ancient philosophers and biblical prophets. If you go and look at the Münster, you should also climb up to the main tower. After 768 steps you will reach a height of 148 metres and you can see a panorama of the city from here. In good visibility, you can even see as far as the Alps.

You should also make a detour to the Gerber- und Fischerviertelt „tanner and fishermen ́squarter”. It is located on the Danube contributory Blau and it was settlement site as early as the medieval period. You can go take a look at the houses where the workers lived during these times. The whole place has a quaint feel to it and it gives you an insight into what life was like back then.

Cultural Institutions in Ulm

Alongside the Ulmer Münster, the Stadthaus at the Münsterplatz, shapes the urban landscape. The building was first built between 1991 and 1993 and it filled the empty space in the square. That which was created here, was a place that would advocate culture in the city. Alongside the tourist information which is housed here, there are also temporary exhibitions presented in the building. It mainly includes works from contemporary art. In the hall, you will find a new event almost every day. The majority of the building is open to the public. It deals with events of all kinds, starting with politics, media, the economy right through to culture and festivals.

In Ulm you can visit a museum that is unique in Germany on a national scale. The Museum der Brotkultur „museum of bread culture“ was founded in 1955. Since 1991, it has had its place in the historic Ulmer Salzstadel, which is a historic architectural monument from the year 1592. More than 18,000 exhibits belong to the collection and of which only around 700 are permanently exhibited. The focal point of the museum is the history of bread making. They also explain a bit about the changing roles of bread in the past and today. There are around 7000 books in the specialised library of the museum.

Restaurants in Ulm

The Gerberhaus in Ulm is situated in the fishermen ́s quarter and it offers you typical Swabian cuisine. This includes Swabian raviolis which will be served with chanterelles. You will pay 16,90 euros for the dish. You can also get classical dishes such as the Wiener Schnitzel which costs 16.70 euros with side orders.

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