The camper campsite for the city of Ulm is at the Donaubad. The bureaucracy when registering has reached such proportions that we are tempted to leave again. But now we’re already here and we’ve always wanted to visit Ulm Minster. We only ever see it from a distance on the drive into the Allgäu. All right, we’re staying and, despite the bureaucracy, it was worth it.
At 161.5 m, the Münster of the city of Ulm is the highest church tower in the world. Soon the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona will tower a few centimeters above it.
Right next to it is the old town hall of the city, colorful with wonderful wall paintings and a great clock.
For lunch we are in a really old tavern in the fishery.
The river Blau is divided into five arms before it flows into the river Danube, three of which still flow through the area where fishermen and tanners used to live. The half-timbered houses are washed around by the water. Bridges above it connect the narrow streets with each other.
This is also where the “most crooked hotel in the world” is located, at least that’s what it says in the Guinness Book of Records.