On a visit to Ulm you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Ulm. These places are what Ulm is all about. These must see places in Ulm will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Munsterplatz 21, 89073 Ulm, Germany
09:00 am - 06:45 pm
The Cathedral at Ulm is hard to forget once you have witnessed its ethereal beauty. The sky touching tower with a steeple that reaches a height of 161.5 meters makes it the tallest church in the world!
The intricate details which cover every inch of the church make it the best work of its artists. You don’t need to be an art student to apprec...
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Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
The Fisherman’s Quarter is a hidden gem of Ulm. Take a walk through streets which accommodate beautiful old houses belonging to the 16th century that stand proudly on cobblestoned paths. The old houses exude a charm while the numbers of bridges may trick you into thinking you are in France!
Nicknamed by tourists as ‘Petite France’...
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Marktplatz 1, Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
08:00 am - 04:00 pm
If aviation is your thing, then you will be pleasantly surprised to see the city hall. The place showcases a replica of the flight instrument of Mr. Berblinger and is a popular tourist attraction in itself.
The clock outside the tower is an astrological clock- a rare marvel, known for carrying out many functions. Admire its rare beauty while you ar...
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Fisherman’s Quarter, Ulm, Germany
Winning the title of Guinness for ‘The Crookedest House in the World’, this one is one of the must-sees in Ulm City. Located in the old city on Fisherman’s Quarter, the house now accommodates a hotel. Take a walk along the house while your brain tricks you into thinking you are in a parallel stretchable universe! A must if you like to see unique and weird things at their best!
This unique museum is perhaps the highlight for the foodie and history-loving traveler who takes solace in discovering new attractions. The Bread Museum consist of 18,000 objects which depict the art of bread-making through ancient times including cultural, religious and technological references which make you wonder if there is more to bread that ...
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The longest river in the European Union, Danube is as iconic as the places it embraces. Ulm is located at the junction of the rivers Blau and Danube and a sail across the iconic river is not only a must see for the tourists but the locals as well. Take a walk along the river or simply enjoy the bridges over its canals which enter Ulm city and are f...