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Blaubeuren, Germany
28 May — 29 May2
Blaubeuren, Germany
Sat 28-5
Sun 29-5
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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:February
Average price in Blaubeuren:S$ 142/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 54/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
S$ 115 - S$ 161
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 128 - S$ 157
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Blaubeuren

About Blaubeuren

Blaubeuren is a charming town set in the foothills of the Swabian Alps. The historic town centre is filled with half-timbered buildings, many reimagined as atmospheric shops, cafes and taverns. Just outside the town centre, a 21-metre-deep natural spring known as Blautopf will mesmerise you with its jewel-coloured water.

Things to do

A short stroll from the town centre, Blautopf dazzles with its vibrant blues and greens. The water is rich in limestone particles, which react with natural light to create the stunning colours you see on the surface. Blautopf is one of the deepest natural springs in the country and feeds the Blau River, a major tributary of the Danube.

A short walk from the spring, Blaubeuren Abbey was founded in 1085 by the Benedictine Order. The ancient abbey was built in the Gothic style and has been beautifully maintained over the centuries. Don’t miss the old bathhouse, one of the best-preserved in the country.

Blaubeuren is a launchpad for outdoor adventures in the Swabian Alps. There are plenty of scenic hiking trails to explore, as well as cycling and mountain biking trails. The trail up to Blaufelsen lookout rewards hikers with sweeping views over the village and the surrounding countryside. Continue along the ridge to discover the ruins of an ancient castle.

Small but engaging, Urgeschichtliches Museum Blaubeuren showcases archaeological finds from across the region. Highlights include the Venus of Hohle Fels, one of the oldest prehistoric portraits ever discovered.

Getting around

Blaubeuren is compact and easy to get around on foot. The town is a 25-minute drive from Ulm and two hours from Munich. Express trains run from Blaubeuren to Sigmaringen, Ulm, Donaueschingen and Titisee-Neustadt. Munich International Airport is a two-hour drive east.

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Blaubeuren is a charming town set in the foothills of the Swabian Alps. The historic town centre is filled with half-timbered buildings, many reimagined as atmospheric shops, cafes and taverns. Just outside the town centre, a 21-metre-deep natural spring known as Blautopf will mesmerise you with its jewel-coloured water.

Things to do in Blaubeuren

A short stroll from the town centre, Blautopf dazzles with its vibrant blues and greens. The water is rich in limestone particles, which react with natural light to create the stunning colours you see on the surface. Blautopf is one of the deepest natural springs in the country and feeds the Blau River, a major tributary of the Danube.

A short walk from the spring, Blaubeuren Abbey was founded in 1085 by the Benedictine Order. The ancient abbey was built in the Gothic style and has been beautifully maintained over the centuries. Don’t miss the old bathhouse, one of the best-preserved in the country.

Blaubeuren is a launchpad for outdoor adventures in the Swabian Alps. There are plenty of scenic hiking trails to explore, as well as cycling and mountain biking trails. The trail up to Blaufelsen lookout rewards hikers with sweeping views over the village and the surrounding countryside. Continue along the ridge to discover the ruins of an ancient castle.

Small but engaging, Urgeschichtliches Museum Blaubeuren showcases archaeological finds from across the region. Highlights include the Venus of Hohle Fels, one of the oldest prehistoric portraits ever discovered.

Getting around Blaubeuren

Blaubeuren is compact and easy to get around on foot. The town is a 25-minute drive from Ulm and two hours from Munich. Express trains run from Blaubeuren to Sigmaringen, Ulm, Donaueschingen and Titisee-Neustadt. Munich International Airport is a two-hour drive east.

  • What are the best hotels in Blaubeuren?

    1,534 reviews rated Hotel Ochsen with an average score of 8.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Gasthaus Lamm Garni, which received a rating of 8.0/10 from 189 reviews. Ferienwohnung Hintz could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 28 reviews.