Rottweil Travel Guide

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Rottweil Things to Do

  • The high tower

    It towers over the town :)It was first used as a lookout. Now they have small social gatherings up on the hill where this tower sits. It does give an impressive view of the old part of the city!Side note: there's a sign next to the door of the tower that says you can obtain the key to the tower from the town hall and go up to the top. It was...

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  • Münster Heiliges Kreuz

    The Minster of the Holy Cross church is built over a pre-existing church from 1270. It's one of 3 or 4 old churches in the town center, but I found this one the most impressive.

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  • Garni-Hotel Sailer

    Karlstrasse 3, Rottweil, Baden-Württemberg, 78628, Germany

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Ringhotel Johanniterbad

    Johannsergasse 12, Rottweil 78628

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Haus Zum Sternen

    HauptstraÃ?e 60, Rottweil, 78628, de

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Rottweil Local Customs

  • A Shop Window

    A glance into such a shop window makes you understand how elaborate these costumes are, how many materials and accessiores are needed: ribbons, braids and lace, fringes, wigs, leather straps, bells, mirrors, the leather sausages ...

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  • Heischeverse: Verses To Sing

    The jesters are generously distributing sweets - but not entirely for free. If you want some you have to sing a verse in Swabian which makes more or less sense, but don't worry about that...The most popular ones are these two: "Narro, kugelrund,d' Stadtleut' sind wider alli g'sund."(Jester, round as a ball, people in town are all healthy...

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  • The Guild's Rules How To Get A ...

    Becoming member of the Fastnacht guild in Rottweil and getting a Narrenkleid is no easy affair. First, only people who either were born in Rottweil or have been living there for at least 15 years and speak the local dialect are accepted. Only these may apply for a Narrenkleid. Each year the guild accepts a very limited number of new costumes. The...

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