Schwäbisch Hall is one of the most picturesque historical towns is Germany and has around 40,000 inhabitants. The town is located in southern Germany - one of the strongest regions economically. World market leaders in different industries contribute to the region's dynamic, economic development.
Numerous cafés and pubs in the historic old town invite passers-by to relax. You can quickly get to any place in the city centre on foot. We recommend taking a stroll across the Haller market that offers regional products. Schwäbisch Hall is a welcoming and open-minded town embedded in a safe environment.
Schwäbisch Hall also has much to offer culturally. Over the year, numerous traditional events take place in the heart of the town. An absolute must is a visit to the medieval Christmas market, and the Würth Art Gallery is like a magnet for those interested in art. Whats more, the renowned language education institute Goethe-Institut Schwäbisch Hall has been contributing to the international flair of the town for decades.
There are many places to visit in the Schwäbisch Hall area. The Hohenloher Land region boasts the most castles and palaces in Germany. The natural reserve park Naturpark Schwäbisch-Fränkischer Wald is a great place for nature lovers and perfect to those who like to take walks, go hiking and biking.
The larger cities Stuttgart and Nuremberg are close by and easy to reach with public transportation. And if you would like to spend a weekend skiing in the Alps or shopping in Strasbourg – then Schwäbisch Hall is an ideal starting point for trips to Austria, France and Switzerland.
Here you can find further information about Schwäbisch Hall and events that take place in the city.