What a beautiful building. You can walk up to the top spire, if you are fit enough. A narrow, old, spiral stoned stairway up. Otherwise the interior of the Cathedral is stunning.
I loved this church. Inside there is many things to see and they allow you to take pictures. Then of course there is the climb to the spire. This can be a bit of a challenge but once at the very top the views are great. Please note if you do not like heights this is not for you as... More
as long as you visit on a day without bad weather (top is closed if stairs have ice/frozen) then a hike up the almost 800 stairs to the top of the tallest church in the world is a great experience. Its a good challenge and the view from the top is amazing.
Climbing up the spire of the Ulmer Münster - which is supposed to be the tallest church tower in the world - is well worth the effort: You have a beautiful view not only of the roofs and hidden balconies of the surrounding houses but on a clear day all the way south to the Alps. Beautiful. Half way up... More
Having lived in the city of Ulm for three years, I can definitely recommend a visit to the Ulm Munster. Take time to walk the entire inside of the cathedral and especially take note of the museum quality of the wooden choir stalls located on the altar. The size of the cathedral indicates how wealthy the city of Ulm was... More
The church was built by the citizens of Ulm, who decided to let Cologne finish its church first. This allowed adding some vital cm in height to the tower, so that it still can boast the highest (christian) church tower in the world. The tower is worth the climb: Great view on the city and up to the alps on... More
When you visit Ulm, it is rather impossible not to visit the church. I didnt really enter the church but the church was the attraction. It paints the cities atmosphere. In general Ulm is a nice city to visit.
This church has a world tallest steeple(161.53 m). The sculptures on the wall are exquisite and beautiful. I have climbed to the top three times in past 10 years and I could enjoy great architecture and view every time. I recommned to climb up to the top if you don't have a fear of height.
Tallest in the world with exceptional architecture. We didn't walk all the way to the top, but would have liked to if we had time.
The Munster is so much more than the stairway up to the top. I found the Jewish history of the building fascinating. In 1877 the Jewish community donated money for a statue of Jeremiah that you can see with the inscription of who it is from. When you walk in the main entrance at the rear of the church, there... More
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