Ulm

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Ulm, the world-famous german city The old city of Ulm developped on the left bank of the Danube river, some 4.000 years ago. Located on southern Germany, Ulm is a middle-size multifaceted town that is worth the visit in many respects, so get prepared to be wowed.

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Getting there You can get to Ulm from Berlin, Munich and Salzburg. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 04:49 $114
From Amsterdam 09:11 $112
From Frankfurt 02:17 $54
From Berlin 06:03 $88
From Munich 01:14 $34
From Salzburg 03:02 $114
From Cologne 03:10 $71
From Stuttgart 00:54 $34
From Heidelberg 01:39 $39
From Mannheim 01:36 $34
From Karlsruhe 01:39 $34
From Fulda 03:19 $54
From Plochingen 00:44 $29
From Koblenz 03:36 $34
From Augsburg 00:41 $34
From Goeppingen 00:32 $23
From Aalen 00:47 $29
From Memmingen 00:28 $23
From Ravensburg 00:47 $34
From Gunzburg 00:13 $11
From Kempten 01:00 $34
From Lindau 01:39 $34
From Schaffhausen 02:11 $65
From Friedrichshafen 01:01 $34
From Bregenz 02:44 $37


Getting around From Ulm, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Gunzburg 00:22 $11
To Goeppingen 00:59 $23
To Memmingen 01:05 $23
To Ravensburg 01:14 $34
To Plochingen 01:28 $29
To Stuttgart 01:31 $34
To Augsburg 01:33 $34
To Friedrichshafen 01:35 $34
To Aalen 01:35 $29
To Kempten 01:43 $34
To Munich 02:05 $34
To Lindau 02:30 $34
To Mannheim 02:35 $34
To Bregenz 02:47 $55
To Heidelberg 03:13 $34
To Karlsruhe 03:42 $34
To Schaffhausen 03:56 $65
To Salzburg 04:06 $99
To Koblenz 05:15 $34
To Cologne 05:58 $54
To Frankfurt 06:05 $54
To Fulda 06:36 $34
To St Anton Am Arlberg 07:58 $91
To Amsterdam 08:46 $80
To Paris 10:42 $47
To Berlin 10:58 $88

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Ulm, the world-famous german city

The old city of Ulm developped on the left bank of the Danube river, some 4.000 years ago. Located on southern Germany, Ulm is a middle-size multifaceted town that is worth the visit in many respects, so get prepared to be wowed.

Ulm suffered a lot from the second world War, but kept a great part of its heritage. The unavoidable must-see in Ulm is certainly the cathedral that reaches today some 161 metres high.

If you want to have a panoramic view onto the city, just climb the 768 steps… On the town Hall, do not miss the astronomical clock. To learn more about the city, head the town museum which presents archeological objects and masterpieces. A lot of other museums are worth the visit like the one of the Bread or the one of Water.

Stroll about the historic centre and discover the Tanners and Fisherman’s area, a touristic place that deserves the detour.

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