Leisure, culture & environment

Discover Hohenlohe


 

The gentle hilly landscape, green avenues, wildly romantic river valleys, blooming rapeseed fields, vineyards and forests - the region around Friedrichsruhe is also called "Swabian Tuscany". In addition to the idyllic landscape attract a variety of attractive destinations in the Hohenloher country, for example, the monastery Schöntal, the magnificent Renaissance Schloss Neuenstein or lying high above the Jagst Castle Langenburg with the "German Automuseum". A tip for art and culture lovers is the medieval town of Schwäbisch Hall with one of the most beautiful marketplaces in Germany, many cultural highlights such as the Kunsthalle Würth or the famous open-air plays on the outside staircase of the city church of St. Michael.

The region of Hohenlohe has also made a name for itself as a country of enjoyment, for example with Boeuf de Hohenlohe or Schwäbisch-Hällischem Ham. By the way: Numerous organic and Demeter farms sell their delicious products in their farm shops.

Cultural TOP highlights in our region

  • The protective mantle Madonna - A masterpiece of the Würth Collection in the Schwäbisch Haller Johanniterkirche
  • Mörike Museum Cleversulzbach
  • German Automobile Museum Langenburg
  • Audi Forum Neckarsulm

We are happy to help you with the organization of entrance and festival tickets.

Shopping tips for culinary products from Hohenlohe

  • Hofgut Castle Hermersberg
  • Poultry from the Brunnenhof (for example our Mäusdorfer Landgockel)
  • Producer Community Ilshofen
  • Vogelsberger mare's milk

Detailed brochures about local producers and direct marketers are available at our hotel reception.

Leisure Time Tipps

  • Golf Course Friedrichsruhe / Golf Club Heilbronn-Hohenlohe e.V.
  • Forest climbing garden in Langenburg
  • City tour of the Siederstadt Schwäbisch Hall (with various events such as the traditional cake & fountain festival, the Süddeutsche Käsemarkt and many more)
  • Open-air museum Wackershofen (with various events such as the traditional oven-Fest uvm.)