Nördlingen is one of the most attractive of the towns in the central part of the Romantic Road.
As all the tourist guides mention, it shares with its neighbours to the north (Rothenburg and Dinkelsbühl) the distinction of being one of the only remaining walled medieval towns in Germany. Nördlingen, however, is far less crowded than the other two and offers an additional attraction of geological interest - being located in the crater of a meteorite impact and with its impressive tower being built of the rock formed from that impact.
There's plenty more information about the town, the meteorite and
its history on our Nördlingen information page:
If you are looking for information about places to stay and the
best way to get to Nördlingen then there are more details on our
Nördlingen Hotels & Travel
And, if you would like to see a little bit more about the town itself,
some of the main places to see in Nördlingen are featured in our photo
gallery, with short descriptions of each image: