• Cityscape, Ulm

    Panoramic view from the Danube banks

  • Ulm by Night

    Night lights of the Old Town

  • Ulm Old Town

    Historic building facades in the Fishermen’s and Tanners’ Quarter

  • Ulm Skyline

    Panoramic view from Münster Cathedral

  • Münster Cathedral

    Gothic style main church of Ulm
    with the tallest steeple in the world

  • Wiblingen Abbey, Founded in 1093

    The abbey’s library is a baroque book hoard and
    one of the finest examples of Rococo architecture.

  • Neuschwanstein Castle

    The most beautiful castle of Germany is in the Allgäu

  • Blautopf ("Blue Pot")

    Crystal clear blue spring that serves
    as the source of the river Blau.

  • Glacis Park Neu-Ulm

    City park with relaxed leisure atmosphere

Ulm, Germany

Located on the Danube river, Ulm is a safe, charming, and picturesque city that offers a unique experience for students who wish to study in Germany. Far from the hustle of Berlin and the frenzy of Frankfurt, and brimming with history, culture, and enchantment, Ulm is the ideal destination for those who wish to learn, discover, and experience authentic southern Germany.

Just an hour from Stuttgart and 75 minutes from Munich by train, Ulm is a lively city with a rich history. With more tourist attractions per square kilometer than most destinations in Germany, a thriving food and drink scene, and the beauty of the Swabian Jura, the Allgäu and Lake Constance just a stone’s throw away, Ulm is unlike any other German city. Plus, as the birthplace of Albert Einstein, and home to the world’s tallest church steeple, Ulm is certainly full of character.