The distinctive and dazzling cityscape of Schwabish Hall allures millions of visitors with its beguiling beauty and charming antiquity. An architectural amalgamation of Baroque beauty, Gothic grandeur and Romanesque resplendence intermingles in the atmospheric Old Town, a place in which a short stroll can transform into an epic wander through centuries and styles. A medieval myriad of labyrinthine lane unfurls itself like a cat upon a fireside rug, offering wooden bridges, authoritative towers and majestic market places to explore. Schwabish Hall is a city sure to surprise, seduce and persuade the intrepid traveller to stay for much longer than intended.
One of the city’s most scenic and social areas is Haalplatz, a charming and quaint riverside strip upon which half-timbered houses reside, The colourful facades, flower filled balconies and riverside setting create an air of picturesque perfection; sit in a quaint café in order to absorb the provincial beauty of the place.
Arguably Schwabish Hall’s most iconic sacred structure, St. Michael’s Church reigns resplendently from its vertiginous perch over the city. The intricate stone and wooden carvings of the church’s interior create an alluring aesthetic.
Schwabish Hall’s most captivating cultural contribution is undoubtedly the Kunsthalle Wurth Museum, a compelling collection of art spread over three floors. Primarily comprising of 20th century artist, the museum displays the works of European masters who proved themselves painting pioneers. An additional attribute of this gorgeous gallery is the charming terrace from which spectacular city views can be enjoyed.
The critically acclaimed Reber’s Pflug Restaurant enjoys critical acclaim and Michelin star status due to the appetising authenticity of its marvellous meals. Delightful dishes are international inspired and perfectly presented, yet still pay homage to the region’s rich culinary legacy. Bright and beautiful, plates are akin to an artwork in the Kunsthalle yet still encompass the phenomenal flavour and flair expected of them. (Weckriedener Street 2, Schwabisch Hall)