Rottenburg, the picturesque cathedral town on the river Neckar, is located between the Swabian Alb and the Black Forest. The town's origins go back to the Romans. The Neckar Valley Cycle Route is the most famous of the cycleways that run through the old town.
Rottenburg is a cathedral town, a town on the Neckar Valley Cycle Route, home to the dialect poet Sebastian Blau and, of course, an idyllic historic town where you can experience the Neckar. A stroll through the old town reveals its medieval history and its role as part of Further Austria (Vorderösterreich). The town landscape is characterised by buildings from eight centuries. St. Martin's Cathedral (Dom St. Martin) is the striking construction on the marketplace, and the ecclesiastical history is readily apparent in the Diocesan Museum. The Roman Summelocena Museum and the Sülchgau-Museum relate impressive and interesting aspects of the town's history. Visitors can enjoy the natural environment along the Neckar Valley Cycle Route or on the premium walking trail, the "Wurmlinger Kapellenwegle". The open air pool, indoor pool, mini golf course, punts and pedal boats on the Neckar, plus all sorts of visiting events are further ideas for your stay.