In August 2022, we travel to Berlin, with stops at Riedlingen, Ulm, Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Nebra.
Our first stop over is at Riedlingen on the Donau, located at the southern border of the Schwäbische Alb. It is a pretty place on the river Donau.
It is hot and people cool down in the still young river Danube.
The small city is proud of their half timbered houses.
Riedlingen is part of the German route of half timbered houses (Deutsche Fachwerkstrasse).
It is a popular stop on the Donau cycling route.
This is Saint George’s Church, located above the village.
The market square tells us that this small city, known to exist since 835, was a market place on the medieval Donau route. In 1680, it became part of Vorderösterreich and in 1805, it was integrated in Württemberg.
Amidst many cyclists on their tour along the Danube, we find a table in the shade and have an ice cream.
Refreshed we continue our way north.
Our next stop will be at Ulm, where we plan to stay overnight.
Sources: Wiki entry about Riedlingen and home site of the city.