Singen is an inspiring industrial city situated near to the luscious Lake Constance. Its prime location beside the Swiss border means it enjoy a cosmopolitan culture most prevalent in its delectable delicacies and local specialities. Dramatic natural surroundings enhance the rural beauty of Singen, an aesthetic attribute sure to entice and enamour visitors; outstanding hiking trails allow wanderers to discover fascinating flora and fauna while enjoying panoramic vistas of the green and undulating hills that surround.
It is rare that atmospheric ruins both exude historic majesty and boast a prime position upon a legendary natural landmark. Singen’s most iconic symbol is undoubtedly the Hohentwiel, an imposing volcanic mound upon which resides Germany’s largest castle ruins. Ascend the gentle slopes in order to enjoy panoramic vistas of the scenery and experience history first hand.
Singen’s incredible geological and historical heritage means its Archaeological Museum is a veritable feast of enthralling excavations and remarkable relics. Over 13 floors, exciting displays document 15,000 years of history with relics that date back to the early Middle Ages. Interactive and immersive exhibits bring history to life while promising to captivate and compel lucky visitors.
Nestled into a crevice of Singen’s historic heart is a rustic restaurant that truly encompasses the essence of traditional German treats. Immerse yourself in the warm and welcoming depths of Gasthaus Sternen for a wonderfully authentic experience of gorgeous German gastronomy. Signature dishes include the crisp and tender schnitzel accompanied by seasoned potatoes and refreshing pickled cabbage. (Schwarzwaldstrasse 6, 78224, Singen, Germany)