Route: "Between the Swabian Jura, Lake Constance and the Alps"
On the UNESCO route "Between the Swabian Jura, Lake Constance and the Alps", visitors can journey back in time to the Ice and Stone Ages, discover a remote church, and set foot on a very special island. Other notable features include internationally acclaimed highlights such as Neuschwanstein Castle, the Bavarian capital Munich, and the fascinating scenery of the Alpine foothills.
Štutgartē ir daudz interesantu pretstatu - tautas svētki un ar kvalitātes zvaigznēm apbalvoti restorāni, automobiļu muzejs un zooloģiskais dārzs "Wilhelma", kūsājoša nakts dzīve un fantastiskas izstādes. Iegūlusi starp Vācijas lielākajiem vīnkopības reģioniem, Bādenes-Virtembergas galvaspilsēta sajūsmina ar tās lielisko atrašanās vietu, skaistajām ainavām, greznajām pilīm un dažādu arhitektūras stilu ēkām.
Some 35 to 40,000 years ago, humans took up residence in six caves in the Swabian Jura, and left behind unique evidence of their creative endeavours. These are the oldest works of art and musical instruments yet discovered anywhere in the world. Hailed as an archaeological sensation, the caves featuring the oldest Ice Age art were added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 2017.
Reaching seemingly endlessly up into the sky, Ulm Minster's tower has watched over the city for centuries. After the Second World War, during which much of the city was destroyed, Ulm took the right approach to reconstruction. The city planners achieved a successful compromise that resulted in a unique cityscape of lovingly restored buildings on the one hand and breathtaking modernity on the other.
Three Romanesque churches from the 9th to the 11th century attest to the significance of the former Benedictine abbey on the Monastic Island of Reichenau in Baden-Württemberg . Founded in 724, it quickly developed into one of the most important monasteries in southern Germany. The monastic tradition can still be seen today in the unique religious festivals and processions that take place on the island.
Nine pile dwellings are located on the shores of Lake Constance in Baden-Württemberg. Nine more are listed in Upper Swabia, south of Augsburg and at Lake Starnberg. Together with 93 further sites in France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia, they represent an archaeological legacy that dates back almost 7,000 years.
The Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour at the foot of the Alps is considered a perfect example of Bavarian rococo architecture. Around one million visitors come here every year from all over the world – to look, marvel, pray, attend services, enjoy the summer concerts and, of course, for quiet contemplation.
Neuschwanstein is known all over the world as a symbol of idealised romantic architecture and for the tragic story of its owner. After losing sovereignty in his own kingdom, Ludwig II withdrew into his own world of myths, legend and fairytales.
Lifestyle, joie de vivre or lebensart – whatever you call it, Munich has it in spades. It might be down to the clear blue skies or simply the city's beauty, but one thing's for certain: the people of Munich always like to show their best side, whether they're in a beer garden, on one of the exclusive shopping streets, or in Bayern Munich's stadium.