The district of Tuttlingen is located in one of the most scenic areas of Baden-Württemberg. Geographically, it includes the southwestern foothills of the Swabian Alb with its highest elevations (Lemberg near Gosheim 1015 m, Klippeneck and Dreifaltigkeitsberg almost 1000 m), parts of the Baar, which already point to the Black Forest, and the valley of the Young Danube. Together with the districts of Rottweil and Schwarzwald-Baar, the district of Tuttlingen forms the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg region. It is one of the twelve regions in Baden-Württemberg. Attractive hiking destinations are the circular trail to the Höwenegg volcanic crater, to the Lemberg or to the Knopfmacherfelsen.
High above Tuttlingen, on the Honberg, towers the ruin of what was once one of the most important castles in the region...
And even beyond that, the city has a lot to offer:
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