Tübingen has a lot to offer every palate. Diners, bars, pubs, and an array of restaurants ranging from local German cuisine to Italian, Mexican, Greek, Chinese, and more are located near the city center and in comfortable walking distance from the Haus am Schlossberg. Find restaurants



    Interested in a glass of wine and getting to know new people and friendly locals? We recommend Liquid, Ludwig´s along with a number of other choice locales in the city.



    Pamper yourself in the best Beautysalons . 

    The Schwaben Quellen offers themed baths, jacuzzis, steam and dry saunas, meditation rooms, and much more.

    Public Pools: Tübingen’s large Open-air public pool is great for a refreshing summer swim, while two indoor pools, the historical  Uhlandbad in the city center and the modern  Hallenbad Nord in Waldhäuser Ost are also available in the colder months.


    Regardless of whether you come to Tübingen for just a few days or a whole week, you absolutely must experience some of the wonderful architectural, cultural, artistic, and historical attractions the city and region have to offer. You will be impressed!


    AVT Observatory 

    Cloister Bebenhausen

    Natural Park Schönbuch

    Burg Hohenzollern

    Roman Road to Rottenburg

    Rittermuseum Waldenbuch

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    Concerts, theater, sports, cabaret, festivals, open-air music and movies, markets, classes, seminars, parties…
    What’s going on in the city today?
    In the mood for theater or a beautiful concert?

    The Tübingen calendar provides a database of daily events. find events


    High qualitative standards and a unique blend of modern and contemporary art are characteristic of the Kunsthalle Tübingen.



    Where music, art, and culture meet; visit the  Sudhaus, a social and cultural center in Tübingen, where everything is possible and always fun. 


  • Visit Tübingen

    Tübingen is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. The city’s medieval old town, striking market square, and the picturesque banks of the NeckarRiver enchant visitors from all over the world.
    With a population of 90,000, 27,000 of which are students, the city has a young and multicultural flair, and is often described as being reminiscent of a Mediterranean town. Along with Marburg, Tübingen is currently in the running for UNESCO World Heritage Site status. 


    Themed city tours 

    Punt boating


    The beautiful landscape around Tübingen is particularly inviting for outdoor enthusiasts.
    If you are an avid biker or love hiking, you are in the right place.
    There are countless opportunities for outdoor athletics; the forest is nearby, or take a bike ride or long walk through the region, for example, from Tübingen to Schönbuch, Ammertal, Rammert, Siebentäler, Bebenhausen and more.

    Take a look at some of the most popular hiking trails and bike paths around Tübingen.

  • STERN 

    We love going to Bruno’s Italian restaurant, the Gaststätte Stern. Bruno is not only an excellent chef, but an artist as well. Along with his love for regional specialties and fresh ingredients, he is an art and jazz enthusiast. Thus, the ambience in his restaurant is artistic and very friendly. There, you will feel right at home!


    This restaurant and cocktail bar offers a creative kitchen in one of the most beautiful international and Mediterranean-style architectural and historical buildings in the region. We recommend this beautiful locale for a special and elegant evening. 


    This is the best place in Tübingen for beer and traditional Swabian food: the Neckarmüllerei 

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