Schorndorf old town

Schorndorf old town


Listed half-timbered idyll

The old town of Schorndorf is picturesquely surrounded by the vineyards of the Rems valley and enchants with the historic half-timbered houses that characterize the townscape. Strolling through the idyllic alleys, it is not surprising that the entire old town is a listed building. The market square with the market fountain and the old town hall is the lively center of the old town as if it were a picture book. Absolute eye-catchers are the modern sculptures that can be found between the historic buildings. Schorndorf is known for its most famous son: Gottlieb Daimler – the inventor of the gasoline engine. In his birthplace in the Höllgasse you can learn exciting details about the world-famous Schorndorfer.


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