Urban flair against a historical backdrop framed by nature in all its glory: this is Nagold. Attractive shops, little alleys and a variety of restaurants - there is so much to discover on a stroll through the city. Walk up to the Hohennagold castle ruins and you are rewarded with a magnificent view. History has left visible traces in the city centre: lovingly restored half-timbered houses, the church tower without a nave, the burial mound for a Celtic prince and the Remigius church are witnesses to Nagold's story. For active people, Nagold offers beautiful hiking and biking tours, a high-ropes course and in the summer the popular water park.
Welcome to Nagold
A green urban experience A stylish city steeped in history and set among nature - this sums up Nagold in a few words.
Actively enjoying nature Situated between the Northern Black Forest and Heckengäu, Nagold is the ideal starting point for outdoor adventures. An extensive network of paths for hikers and cyclists, the high-ropes garden, the water park and many other leisure facilities all offer the visitor a break from everyday life.
City centre and outlet shopping Nagold captivates the visitor with its urban flair. Magnificent half-timbered houses, historical monuments and narrow alleyways with attractive shops make a stroll through Nagold a special experience. A compact layout, excellent advice and a wide product range characterise the Nagold department store experience. The search for the best bargains also leads visitors to the Nagold retail outlets. Stores representing well-known brands such as Digel, Betty Barclay, Angel Jeans and Rolf Benz, draw visitors in with their great offers.
Art and culture It's always the season for art and culture in Nagold. An insider's tip for lovers of cabaret is the Alte Seminarturnhalle (Old Seminary Gym). Here cabaret, theatre and concert events regularly take place. The highest point in Nagold is Schlossberg, the legendary castle hill, crowned by the imposing ruins of Hohennagold. Here you'll find evidence of settlements dating back to the Celtic period. The "Krautbühl" burial mound, which contains a Celtic prince's tomb, is further evidence of Nagold's long history, while the Stone House, the oldest building in Nagold, houses the city museum. Here the history of the city can be experienced in an exciting way.