Schorndorf is a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located approx. 26 km east of Stuttgart. Its train station is the terminus of the S2 line of the Stuttgart S-Bahn.
Restaurants in Schorndorf
4.5 based on 11 reviews
It was very disappointing that we were unable to go in the museum as it does not open on Monday. The town is very attractive and we were disappointed not to be able to learn more about this famous inhabitant. However there are many other beautiful old buildings to look at and many places to have coffee and cake, or a beer.
5 based on 17 reviews
Eine Woche unterwegs mit Jan in Schwedisch Lappland mit Schneeschuhe und Pulka, Übernachtung in Zelt oder Blockhaus. Absolut perfekte Tour! Alles war sehr gut organisiert. Wir haben viel erlebt und gesehen, alles in einer gelassenen Atmosphäre und mit viel Spass. Jan ist ein sehr kompetenter und sehr sympathischer Guide. Wir freuen uns auf die nächste Tour mit ihm.
5 based on 4 reviews
Die Fahrt nach Remshalden lohnt sich definitiv.
Im Flightodrom gibt es die original Cockpits einer A320 und einer 747 mit einer realistischen Umgebung bei der jeder der sich mal mit Microsoft Flight Simulator o.ä beschäftigt hat in höchste Verzückung kommt.
Als flugbegeisterter beruflicher Vielflieger war es für mich ein phantastisches Erlebnis mal nicht nur vorne zu sitzen sondern ganz vorne zu sitzen.
Besonders erfreulich sind die super kompetenten und hilfsbereiten Menschen vor Ort, die einem nicht wie "Mitarbeiter" vorkommen sondern absolute Enthusiasten sind die leidenschaftlich gerne das tun was sie gerne tun: fliegen.
Ideal auch für regnerische Tage
Komme(n) bestimmt wieder.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This is the best and the most beautiful park I have ever been. I was there with my German friend and kids for several hours. We would have stayed even the whole day if we had had time.It is a park for adults and children of all age.
It is a park where the art, poetry and nature is mixed to each other. There are so many things to do and to see. You can never get bored there.
We also had some nice lunch in a restaurant where there are some disabled people are working. It was fantastic. They have also some closed areas where you can do many things. They have also a very nice gift shop.
The only thing is that if it's a rainy day, it may not be very much fun. It is better on a dry day. Make sure you dress well. between the trees it is a bit humid and fresh,
I also liked the way they trust people. We could have entered without making the tickets for the entrance as the ticket office is in the middle and the park is open completely. You don't see a real entrance. But it is impossible not to buy your tickets if you are an honest person and want to have this beauty longer. They have also family ticket.
I have to go there again when I go back to visit my friends in Germany.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
What a market, what a day! Everyone should experience such a Christmas at least once in their lives..it's just what you think it should be! Lots of lights, lots of Christmas decorations, lots of happy people, and best of all, lots of gluwein! When you buy one of the many different types of gluwein you pay extra for the cup...if you want to return it, you'll get your deposit back, but it sure makes a great souvenir of a wonderful day!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
well,i start to say ,there the people are friendly with strangers,but not so many from them know a good English,if you have free time and you are in that area,you can go for a ride by vines land,it,s better if you have a sunny day,ofcourse summer one,when all is green and full with flowers
4.5 based on 11 reviews
this was once practically a private monastery, created by the family who ruled the region and whose church was designed as their resting place. Nowadays only one member of the family is actually buried in the church: Irene, a former Byzantine princess who married a local prince. The monastery closed some time ago and an attempt to convert it into a Lutheran school did not work as well as it did in Maulbronn. What is left of the church is worth seeing and the views from the surrounding landscape too. Near the parking area there is a reproduction of a Roman Tower which is also interesting
4.5 based on 20 reviews
The Hundertwasser Wohnhaus in Plochingen reflects the architect's vision of no straight lines, oddly positioned windows of varying sizes and shapes, and colorful facades. The Wikipedia article gives a quick overview of the artist and the Plochingen city website provides more details on this housing project. There are two points from which you can look at the project at each end of the courtyard - entry into the central courtyard of the project is prohibited to give residents some privacy. While it would seem restrictive, you can get a good sense of the layout and construction from these two vantage points, to include close up view of the brightly colored tiles and strange pillars. There are bike racks around the periphery of the building, and car parking in the basement. On the ground floor there is a nice grocery store, Rewe, to pick up snacks or picnic supplies. While not quite as over-the-top as the Hundertwasser Haus in Vienna, there is real a cool factor in finding such a unique building in a small town!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This 100 year old railway has both steam and diesel days. It runs the 23km From Welzheim through Rudersberg to Schorndorf, and can be reached by train from Stuttgart. It's a scenic line with many places of interest along the way.Open most Sundays and Thursdays May to November. Details are on the website http://www.schwaebische-waldbahn.de - in German but easy to follow. A must for enthusiasts but a good family visit if in the area.
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