Region Hohenlohe

Kocher-Jagst cycle path

The Kocher-Jagst cycle path leads through an idyllic landscape characterised by picturesque riverbanks, meadows, fields, forests and charming villages. This cycle path stretches for around 332 kilometres between the Neckar Valley, the Hohenlohe region and the Swabian Alb and offers cyclists an incomparable experience of nature.

Schwäbisch Hall

Monastery Schöntal

The former Cistercian monastery, whose origins date back to the 12th century, impresses with its imposing architecture and rich history. The monastery church with its double-tower façade casts a spell over visitors. It is open daily and guided tours of the church and abbey can be booked. Opposite the abbey complex is the abbey garden, which is freely accessible. The monastery courtyard invites you to linger.

On the Jagst side opposite the monastery complex is the Abbey Garden, which is freely accessible. Cultural events are regularly organised at Schöntal Abbey.

Castle Festival Jagsthausen

The season will open on 8 June 2024 with the traditional play “Götz von Berlichingen”. The festival takes place at the imposing Götzenburg, a historic building that was erected in the 12th century and today forms an impressive backdrop for theatre performances. The special thing about the Jagsthausen Castle Festival is not only the historical atmosphere of the castle itself, but also the professional productions that transport the audience back in time.

Langenburg Castle with car museum

Langenburg Castle is not only an architectural jewel, but also a place that combines history and innovation in a fascinating way. The castle towers majestically over the town of the same name and offers visitors not only an insight into bygone eras, but also an impressive collection of automotive masterpieces. These include rare vintage cars, classic sports cars and historic motorbikes, all perfectly restored and lovingly maintained.

Bühlertal hiking trail

The Bühlertal hiking trail is a paradise for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. The picturesque hiking trail leads through the Hohenlohe Bühlertal valley and promises a harmonious mix of idyllic villages, secluded forest sections, unspoilt nature and breathtaking viewpoints.

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