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On the river Danube in southern Germany, Ulm is a city that’s packed with many charms, from its picture-perfect timber buildings to the beautiful countryside that surrounds it. The city centre is a fascinating mixture of old and new, with medieval architecture including the Ulmer Münster, the world’s tallest church, standing in stark contrast to modern buildings such as the city’s sleek, glass-fronted central library.
Economically, Ulm is a destination in its own right, with the research offices of companies including Daimler, Audi and BMW all located there, while the Danube Hall and Ulm Congress Centre host regular trade fairs that attract visitors from all over the world. Whether you’re looking for an Ulm hotel for business or leisure, Leonardo Royal Hotel Ulm is a modern, stylish accommodation base that’s perfect for all your holiday needs.
Get your bearings
The Ulm city hall is a charming first stop on a visit to Ulm. Admire its ornate facade, which shows murals from 1900, and the lavish astronomical clock. Inside, be sure to stop by the staircase, which features a replica of the flying machine created by Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger – also known as the Tailor of Ulm.
It would be remiss to visit Ulm without seeing the famed Leaning House, a wonderfully wonky 14th-century timber property that holds the world record as the most crooked house in the world. Later, head to Kloster Wiblingen, a Benedictine monastery that features an astoundingly beautiful rococo library hall.
While you’re there
If you’ve got a spare afternoon, why not take the train across the Danube and visit Ulm’s twin town of Neu-Ulm, a charming place with verdant parks and cafes. Back in Ulm, those wanting to get some shopping in during their stay should visit Bahnhofstrasse, which is lined with department stores and big-name brands, as well as jewellers, galleries and bookshops.