Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a town in the Hohenzollern region, known for its historic buildings and museums. The Weilerkirche in Owingen is the oldest church in the region, while the Schlosskirche Haigerloch
houses an important Renaissance high altar. The Römerturm is the city's landmark, being the oldest monument in Hohenzollern. The Weilerkirche in Owingen is a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture and a must-see for any visitor to Haigerloch
. Built in the 11th century, it has an impressive history and has been renovated several times over the centuries while still retaining its original charm. The Schlosskirche Haigerloch
is another highlight of the city, built in the 16th century and housing an important Renaissance high altar created by famous artist Hans Baldung Grien. The church itself is a beautiful example of late Gothic architecture and a must-see for any art lover. The Römerturm, dating back to the 12th century, is Haigerloch
's landmark and was part of a castle complex that no longer exists. It offers breathtaking views of the city and surrounding countryside and is well-preserved. In addition to historical sights, there are several museums in Haigerloch
, including the Atomkeller-Museum which tells the story of a former atomic research laboratory located beneath the castle.
also has a long tradition of carnival parades and is a member of the Schwäbisch-Alemannischer Narrenzünfte association. These parades are an important part of the city's cultural heritage and attract thousands of visitors each year. The evangelical Abendmahlskirche houses a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper created by a local artist.
If you're traveling to Haigerloch
, be sure to stay at Gasthof Eyachperle
. The inn offers free Wi-Fi, free parking, and a restaurant serving regional cuisine. The rooms are cozy and all feature satellite TV and a private bathroom with a shower. A desk completes the amenities.
offers visitors a variety of historical sights and cultural events. Whether you're an art lover, history buff, or simply looking for a relaxing vacation, Haigerloch
has something to offer everyone.
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