Ulm in the German state of Baden Württemberg is famous for it’s church (Münster). Albert Einstein was born there. It is a relatively small city bordering to the big state of Bavaria.
We start this evening walk near sunset at the train station. The shops are closed and it’s fairly quiet this evening. A few people in restaurants enjoy their evening.
We head to the Ulmer Münster, an impressive Gothic minster - the Ulm minter (German: Ulmer Münster) and walk a bit around it. We also see the city hall (Ulmer Rathaus) which is an important historical building for Ulm with many fescoes.
We walk head out of the old town towards the Danube river. A nice stroll along the city walls on one side and the Danube on the other. Back in the inner city we check a few streets showing the old Fachwerk architecture in Ulm. At last passing the Minster another time we head back to the train station ending this walk.
Filmed in June 2019
Camera: Osmo Pocket in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1