Hardly any other town is as connected with the history of the earth as Blaubeuren. Blaubeuren offers prehistory, monastery history, half-timbered houses and crafts in the old town as well as special insights into the geology of the Swabian Alb.
Blaubeuren is famous for the Blautopf and its unspeakable blue-green water color as well as the underwater entrance to its underground cave system. There is a story about the fairy tale figure of the "Beautiful Lau", who learned to laugh again at the Blautopf. In the immediate vicinity is the former Benedictine monastery, which with its late Gothic choir room and high altar from 1493 is home to a golden jewel of cultural history.
In the old town, which is characterized by half-timbered houses, you will find the tourist information office and the prehistoric museum. The oldest musical instruments of mankind as well as the over 40,000 year old "Venus vom Hohle Fels" provide information about the art of Homo Sapiens. As a starting point for hikes and bike tours, the Blautopfstadt is very popular with people looking for recreation. Immerse yourself and let yourself be enchanted by the charm and liveliness of Blaubeuren.