There is a famous saying here: "There is no university in Tubingen, and Tubingen itself is a university". Because one of the three people you meet here is a student. Walking on the streets of Tubingen, there are greenery everywhere, birds and flowers.
This is a university city, so the whole city exudes the breath of youth, and the downtown square is full of young people walking around. Here is another ancient city. Whether it is a town hall, a church or other buildings in the central square, they are all buildings from the medieval period. So it must be worth seeing here!
Tübingen, a beautiful Swabian city, is also a famous university city in Germany. Ragerzin taught theology here, Holderlin studied verses here, Kepler studied the movement of celestial bodies here, and Goethe had been here. Cobbled paths, tower-like castles, cafés wandering in the old city, or boating on the tree-lined Neckar River, the best life unfolds here, whether it’s the enchanting dusk or the quiet The quiet dawn, Tübingen will fascinate you.
Tübingen is a famous "Republic of Scholars". One third of the population of the town are students, so it is also a city that is always young. The philosophers Hegel, Schelling, and the poet Helderlin studied here. Helderlin spent the last 36 years of his life here. The writer Hermann Hesse learned to make a living in the bookstore here... …Is a place worthy of admiration for a collection of personal literature, if you are not studying here.
As a poet, when traveling to Germany, how can he not go to Tubingen, the city of Heldlin? The yellow tower hut is permanently reflected in the water as a pair, and the poet who was lonely and insane in his life left his pure soul in the holy hymn and the sighs of posterity...
Preston_Dominguez: Tubingen, Baden-Wurttemberg
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Homentubingen,,Museum Schloss Hohentuebingen,Town Hall (Rathaus),Collegiate Church (Stiftskirche)