LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Reutlingen - 710 sqft, quiet, central, modern (# 5020)

From $46 / night

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  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Reutlingen - 710 sqft, quiet, central, modern (# 5020)

Quiet location but also near bus connections. Large 40 "LCD TV, stereo, bathroom with WC and separate WC. Very comfortable beds, terrace, English-speaking landlady who also has tips and ideas for nearby trips. Near the Swabian Alps, close to the Outlet Metzingen (30 min) by car or by train. connection bus for day trip to Augsburg, Munich, Strasbourg ..., key advantages: quiet, central, modern, fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is located near the edge of the village, , Garage, There is also additional street parking available for this object, ...Read more

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LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Reutlingen - 710 sqft, quiet, central, modern (# 5020)
Reutlingen, Baden Wurttemberg, Germany

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Discover Reutlingen and local activities:
* Schloss Lichtenstein
* Hohenzollern
* Universitätsstadt Tübingen
* Stuttgart
* SI-Zentrum Stuttgart
More travel info about Reutlingen: Known for its textile history, Reutlingen has the interesting fame of being home to the world's narrowest street, according to the Guiness Book of World Records. Spreuerhofstrasse was built in the 1720s after the city was largely destroyed by a huge fire, and the street ranges in width from 31 cm to 50 cm. When in Reutlingen, make sure to take in some of the city's cultural sites, such as the Church of the Virgin Mary built in the 1200s and 1300s. The church is now listed as a National Cultural Landmark. You should also see the city's market fountain, the Museum "Im Dorf" Betzingen (an open air museum about 19th century farming culture), the Natural Science Museum, and the Seed Industry Museum. Reutlingen is also home to several music festivals, including a jazz festival that takes place in February. In the summer, the outdoor theater hosts productions of major plays, such as Kiss Me, Kate, and can seat up to 1,000 visitors. The Arbeitsersiedlung Gmindersdorf (Gmindersdorf Workers' Community) is also interesting. It was built between 1903 and 1923 as an early example of socially conscious city planning. Do not leave Reutlingen without climbing Achalm, Reutlingen's hill, which offers a spectacular view of the city and the Schwaebische Alb area. If you have the time, consider taking day trips to the much larger cities of Tuebingen (8 miles) or Stuttgart (22 miles).



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