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We were lucky to come when there was a diver in the water. The intense turquoise color is caused by the small particles of limestone in the water refracting the light. Definitely see the free movie in the town museum as the man who discovered...More
Although it was a bit of a dull day our visit here was well worth the walk. The blue colour of the water was quite spectacular. Also of interest was the working water wheel. The cafe by the side served a variety of cakes and...More
After driving for almost an hour until my husband & I reached this amazing blue turquoise lake in Balubeuren, a charming town in Southern, Gemany. Very scenic, refreshing, picture perfect. A good, short walk around the lake. At the end is a souvenir store &...More
a small but lovely attraction in Blaubeuren: visit the Blautopf and profit also to visit the Convent and church located next to it. The wonderful blue waters of the Blautopf are amazing and enchanting. It is a small and familiar place to visit but really...More
Lovely place to visit and so peaceful too.
Nice walks up the woods and a pretty café bordering the pool/hole
Toilets available across the road and a pretty village.
Walk up to the Abbey....such a peaceful place to muse
My girlfriend, Ingeborg lives nearby and was anxious to show me this mysterious natural lagoon. The folklore surrounding this lagoon harkens back hundreds of years. Nearby, one of the little shops show a film about how it was developed and is maintained. There are numerous...More
A small but fascinating output of the natural aquifer. The surrounding area filters the rain water through the hills and out of the Blautopf. A small quaint village surrounding the "pond" with beautiful buildings and the imposing monastery. Small groups of persons walk around the...More
This was a quick but, beautiful stop on the way to Garmish. I wish we could have stayed a little longer. The leaves are changing and the sun was shining, and there were no crowds. The surrounding village was so charming. The stunning color of...More
The stunning blue waters really capture your eye and the lovely scenery around the pool and restored water hammer and museum are well worth a visit. The streams feeding off the lagoon and through the village a teeming with trout and ducks and the water...More
From the station to Blautopf it is about 1.5 km. There are a few irregular bus connections (lines 365 and 369) with a 15 minute drive. But it is much nicer to take a leisurely walk through the old town from Blaubeuren to the... More
From the station to Blautopf it is about 1.5 km. There are a few irregular bus connections (lines 365 and 369) with a 15 minute drive. But it is much nicer to take a leisurely walk through the old town from Blaubeuren to the spring, for which one should plan about 25 minutes.