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I lived here for 6months studying and I never got tired of the beauty of this small town. It’s like something from a movie. Coming from the city centre it’s a breathe of fresh air. It is so nice to grab a coffee or a...More
Just sit there on a Saturday morning sipping coffee and watch the people. Then...take yourself back 300 years and see the produce being traded...fish from the Kocher being sold in the fountain. Will be a amazing place during winter. Cant wait.
A square as many one find in German historical towns but here also is clear that some effort has been made to preserve some architectonic details as well as to bring some colour schemes long lost back to shine. also a beautiful setting for some...More
We only had a 4 day visit to this beautiful town but if you want to see the real Germany with the finest of cuisine and culture this is the town to visit. We stayed just off the square so it became central to our...More
Visit the historical place of Schwaebisch Gmuend and enjoy the different kind of restaurant, ice cream bars, breakfast places, Paulaner Brauhaus. Everything at one place. And all in historical buildings.
I had the pleasure of living here for 3 months last year, May - July. SG is truly a pearl among villages its size in southern Germany. The Marktplatz is as cute and genuine as the people are wonderful, and it's pedestrian only. Almost everyone...More
The Market Square is dominated at one end by the Town Hall and at the other end by the Holy Ghost Hospital. In between are wonderful half-timbered and 18th century buildings.There are plenty of cafés and restaurants. For coffee and cake visit Café Margrit -...More