Riedlingen is an excellent starting point for exploring the area. There are countless possibilities for entertaining and educational excursions.

Bad Buchau

Der Federsee

The ‚Federseemoor‘ is a natural paradise of European rank. More than 270 species of birds and over 700 different plants are found here. You can discover the biodiversity of the marsh through various paths, nature trails, boardwalks and lookout towers. Before your walk, it's worth making a detour to the exhibition at the NABU – ‚Nature Conservation Center Federsee‘. You can take part in the NABU tours without registering or treat yourself to an individually guided tour as a mini-group. The Archaeological Federsee Museum (www.Federseemuseum.de) is always worth a visit.

NABU – ‚Nature Conservation Center Federsee‘


Monastery and pilgrimage church

Zwiefalten owes its importance to the former monastery, which was founded in 1089 by Benedictine monks from Hirsau. The Münster, one of the most important late baroque buildings in southern Germany, is the destination of countless pilgrims. The center of the old monastery and pilgrimage site is the cathedral "Our Lady", one of the most important buildings of the late baroque German style.

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Hayingen - Wimsen

Wimsen Cave

An experience for young and old - the Wimsen Cave is the only water cave in Germany that can be navigated by boat.

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Zwiefalten - Wimsen

Hiking trail

A beautiful, idyllic hiking trail that starts at the Zwiefalter Minster "Unserer lieben Frau" and leads through a unique wild river landscape with bright green water to Wimsen.

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Archaeological circuit trail

A very nature-oriented hike with a prehistoric background. The tour begins with the first of 11 overview boards at the Heuneburg Museum in Hundersingen. Along the hiking trail, in addition to the Heuneburg Museum, there is also the Heuneburg open air museum.

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Heuneburg open air museum

The Heuneburg lies majestically high above the Danube just 2 kilometers from Hundersingen. Immerse yourself in the world of the Celts during your visit to the open-air museum. Stroll over the weir with its southern adobe wall, enjoy the extraordinary ambience in the Celtic manor house and discover the legacies of the oldest named place in Germany - the Celtic city of Pyrene. Current special exhibitions, tours, hands-on activities and courses let you experience the Celts up close.

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