Ulm hotel guests may enjoy the wonderful view over the city and its hotels from the top of the minster’s tower. While staying at a hotel in Ulm you might also have a look at the sacral building’s interior. The magnificently decorated 15th century choir stalls, made from oak and adorned with hundreds of carved busts, are among the most famous pews of the Gothic period.
Directly adjacent to the minster you will find the Stadthaus, a house for public events, built by Richard Meier. Ulm’s hotel guests will be able to enjoy great and interesting concerts and lectures there.
Ulm’s most idyllic sites can be found at the fisher and tanner district, where you will see Ulm’s probably most curious hotel, the “Schiefes Haus” (Leaning House).
If you are staying at a hotel in the north of Ulm you should look around the Museum of Bread Culture, where you will get an interesting insight into the history of bread’s origins. During your stay at a hotel in Ulm’s district Wiblingen we recommend you to visit Wiblingen Abbey, a former Benedictine abbey with a gorgeous library hall. If you are staying at a hotel in the north eastern part of Ulm you will be located near the fair grounds. Various congresses are taking place at Ulm’s Congress Centrum.
Ulm/Neu Ulm is being traversed by 20 bus lines and a tram line, which will take you to your hotel safely and comfortably. Ulm’s economy is dominated by enterprises dealing with electronics, weapon manufacturing and automotive industry.
Total population: 120,925 (December 2006)
Postal codes: 89073 - 199