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A casual stroll around town with a local friend showing me the sights. It was a sunny Saturday and the town was very full with tourists and - I suppose - shoppers, all of us enjoying the weather and the town. As I put in...More
The old town is the picture postcard vision of Germany you hope for. Cobbled streets, timbered houses, interesting shops and cafes. There are a lot of twisting steep lanes and roads though, so bear that in mind. A nice break from the serious 19th century...More
We managed to see Tubingen in the morning and completely enjoyed this quiet and colourful town.The views from the bridge and the bank of the river are simply amazing. All sightseeing places are within walkable distances, a lot of cafes and small shops in the...More
It is a great shame that so much of this important University town is desecrated with graffiti. It is not only to the shame of the scribblers but also of the town leaders who have not invested in a cleaning up schedule. One hopes this...More
Holzmarkt 5: a second-hand bookshop like from a movie, overcrowded with old books and memorabilia from Hermann Hesse who was here as a young apprentice. It is not easy to find, outside are only a few books. To see the store you have to enter...More
I can't recommend it enough! My favourite part of Tübingen is not in the attractions list but you must visit and chill at the Platenallee, it is a small island by the bridge which you have to cross when coming from the central station and...More
Tubingen is such a beautiful town with tons of charm and character. The population appears primarily young university students so the atmosphere is very vibrant and energetic.
We thoroughly enjoyed our short visit here.