Pfullingen lies at the edge of the hills within the biosphere region of the Swabian Alb, which has been recognized by UNESCO. Nestled among the Alb, Georgenberg and Schönberg, the city is at the entrance to the upper Echaz Valley. This location makes Pfullingen an ideal starting point for hikes and excursions. Cyclists will also find attractive routes.
- City of Reutlingen
- Tours of Reutlingen
- Reutlinger Hausberg Achalm
- Reutlingen Museums
- Reutlingen Market Hall
- Restaurants and Bars
- City hall Reutlingen
- Theater Die Tonne
- Nature Theater Reutlingen
- Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen
- Cineplex-Cinema Reutlingen
- Kamino Cinema Reutlingen
- Reutlinger Baths
- DAV Climbing Center Reutlingen
Nestled picturesquely between the hills of Achalm and Georgen is the city of Reutlingen at the foot of the Swabian Alb mountain range. Seventeen and a half percent of Reutlingen lies within the biosphere region of the Swabian Alb, which is why the city officially calls itself the “Gate to the Swabian Alb”.
Reutlingen’s neighboring cities are Pfullingen, the outlet city of Metzingen and the university city of Tübingen. The nearest large cities are Stuttgart (31 km to the north) and Ulm (57 km southeast of Reutlingen).
Stuttgart is the capital city of Baden-Württemberg and with a population of more than 620,000, its largest city. As the sixth-largest city in Germany, Stuttgart sits at the center of the greater Stuttgart area of about 2.7 million inhabitants, one of the largest metropolitan regions in Germany. The city is also the core of the European metropolitan region of Stuttgart (circa 5.3 million residents), the fifth largest in Germany.
The Swabian Alb offers myriad attractive destinations. A well-made network of biking and walking trails invites nature lovers and those looking for rest and relaxation. Some of the most beautiful scenery in Germany is just waiting for you to discover it.