Top 10 things to do in the region
Variety is not only experienced in the BeerCultureCity of Ehingen but also in the surrounding area. These are our Top 10 regional leisure tips. Have fun!
- Marchtal Abbey (14 km)
The attractive monastery with a view over the Danube Valley is the only self-contained, completed and fully preserved Baroque monastery in Upper Swabia.
- Krippenmuseum Oberstadion (14 km)
The crib museum is one of the most important ones in Europe, with works by the most famous crib builders of Germany, Austria and Italy.
- CastleRockPath (20 km)
The amazing “Grosses Lautertal” presents the highest number of castles in Germany (17)! Experience the most beautiful part of that valley on a 7 km hiking trail. The CastleRockPath is embedded into the UNESCO Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve. It combines castles, river, rocks, magnificent viewpoints and a developing jungle.
- Blautopf und Bad Blau (20 km / 30 km)
The famous Blautopf is the second largest spring in the karst landscape in Germany. Afterwards, you can stop by Bad Blau, the family, thermal and sports baths.
- Ulm Minster (27 km)
Ulm Minster is the church with the tallest steeple in the world and the landmark of the Danube city.
- Former military training ground Münsingen (28 km)
Enjoy a landscape that has been spared human settlement, rural replotting and economic use for the most part.
- Federsee (34 km)
Federsee by Bad Buchau is home to 265 bird species and with its 33 km², it is the largest connected moorland in South-West Germany.
- Lichtenstein Castle (47 km)
Romantic Lichtenstein Castle towers over the Echaz valley and is called the fairy-tale castle of Württemberg.
- Legoland (62 km)
The park counts among the most-visited tourist attractions in Bavaria and was rated as the most children-friendly theme park in Germany in 2012.
- Upper Swabian Baroque Route
More than 100 monasteries, churches and castles are connected by the Baroque Route and are a living reflection of Upper Swabian history.