Fishing district and tanning district
with Danube promenade Ulm
Idyllically situated at the confluence of the Blau and the Danube, the fishermen’s and tanners’ quarter is the most important old town ensemble of Ulm. Visitors can expect a wealth of alleys, bridges and, of course, plenty of half-timbered houses.
Once the home of craftsmen, today restaurants, galleries and small specialist shops with some unusual offers have established themselves in the picturesquely restored quarter.
And if you want to know what the most crooked hotel in the world according to the Guinness Book looks like – your curiosity will also be satisfied here in the Fischerviertel.