Along the Upper Danube in Germany you can find beautiful landscapes, cultural attractions and cities characterized by modern architecture and ancient times.
The area of the upper Danube, in which the city of Tuttlingen is embedded, is one of the most scenic sections of the Danube. Here you can experience a few particularities of the Danube with the Danube breakthrough of the Swabian Alb and the beautiful Danube Valley.
The unique natural phenomenon of the Danube infiltration, where the Danube partially infiltrates the rock and leaves only a dry riverbed, can also be admired here.
The Danube makes the twin city of Ulm/Neu-Ulm something very special. As a natural border, the Danube separates the cities of Ulm and Neu-Ulm. The city of Ulm with the Ulmer Münster – the world-famous gothic cathedral with the highest church spire in the world – and its picturesque old town with the charming Fishermen’s Quarter spreads a historic charm. On the other side of the Danube, the city of Neu-Ulm offers a modern cityscape with beautiful parks and gardens.