These people from Ulm are very brave: the white townhouse stands opposite the Ulm minster, the historic town hall is joined by the glass building of the municipal library and right in the middle of all are the buildings of the Neue Mitte. Is that all right, does it look good?
But sure, because it shows: it is not boring here! The big city on the Danube offers an exciting mix of traditional and modern. Historical sights such as the minster with the highest church tower in the world and its magnificent choir stalls, the richly painted town hall with the astronomical clock and the extensive federal fortress alternate with contemporary architecture such as the triangular department store 'Münstertor' or the 'kunsthalle weishaupt'.
To experience Ulm in just one day is hardly possible, because the Danube city offers a lot of sights. Among other things, a visit to the romantic fishermen's and tanners' quarter with its half-timbered houses, its small bridges and alleyways is a must. Here you will also find the world's most crooked hotel and while strolling along the 500 year old city wall you can see the hustle and bustle on and along the Danube.