Bad Boll in the Swabian Alb stands for pure nature: The spa town is only 30 kilometers from the state capital Stuttgart and is located on the Swabian Alb Cycle Path as well as the Albsteig, one of Germany’s most popular long-distance hiking trails. The Seminaris Hotel Bad Boll is therefore the perfect hotel for a relaxing active vacation with kids and family. In addition to the popular hiking opportunities, there are even more family-friendly offers in Bad Boll. In the Archaeopark Vogelherd children learn how to make fire, on the Wala Biodiversity Trail young and old can learn about the surrounding nature and a visit to the Blautopf stimulates the imagination with its many myths. Back at the hotel, 161 rooms with a view of the greenery await. In addition, a great wellness area with pool invites you to relax after so much outdoor and rounds off the family vacation perfectly.
Our own underground garage offers 125 parking spaces for cars, the outdoor parking lot another 60 spaces. The fee is 12 EUR per day and parking space.
By train you travel to the Seminaris Hotel Bad Boll via the train station Göppingen, which is about 11 km away. From there, take bus line 20 (bus stop “Ev.Akademie/Reha-Klinik”). Stuttgart airport is about 32 km away.
Seminaris Hotel Bad Boll
73087 Bad Boll
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Rent one of our e-bikes and explore the Swabian Alb. The motor gives you power for relaxed bike tours in the region!
There is a lot to explore around the Seminaris Hotel Bad Boll: Discover history, nature and other sights in the region!
On this path through the forest you can perceive and rediscover nature with all your senses. On natural, unpaved paths, you will cross streams and roots to reach unusual places. You should take at least one hour, be surefooted and wear sturdy shoes!
At the laboratory building of the medicinal products manufacturer Wala, you can walk a beautiful circular path with information panels that show how biodiversity can be promoted – for example, with an 85-year-old wild mirabelle tree that provides nesting space for many birds.
The region around Bad Boll offers wonderful hiking trails: The “Berta-Hörnle-Tour” and the Boßler-Steig are about 15 kilometers long. The lion’s circuit hiking trail “Albtraufgänger” covers a whole 113 kilometers and many highlights, which you can walk in 6 day stages.
Following in the footsteps of the “Lion Man” – magical symbol of the Swabian Alb – you can ride your mountain bike here on three wonderful circular tours of 16 to 30 kilometers and enjoy mysterious places and great views. Also suitable for beginners and e-bike riders!
The herbal house Sanct Bernhard has been producing high-quality natural remedies, dietary supplements and body care products since 1903. In the wonderfully fragrant stores in Göppingen and Bad Dietzenbach you can discover many treasures of nature.
Thermal mineral water at 34 degrees: this not only feels pleasant, but is also healing. It loosens muscles, improves mobility and simply does you good. Massage jets under the water also give a little massage. Here you can relax completely!
The Old Stone Age is the oldest and longest epoch in the history of mankind. Here you can learn how man lived back then and how he acquired fire and hand axes. The house also offers exciting insights into the research work of the University of Tübingen.
You can enter this show cave by boat – unique in Germany! The deepest explored underwater cave in Germany takes you 70 meters deep into the bowels of the earth. The ferryman will tell you more about the formation, history and geology.
Become a Stone Age man yourself and learn how to make fire and go hunting: on the guided tours at Vogelherd Archaeological Park, you’ll find out how it’s done. The park is an exhibition of the oldest figurative works of art of mankind.
A water so blue that you almost can not believe it: In the Blautopf, blue and green flow into each other with incomparable beauty. The source has something magical – and so many myths entwine around it.
The ancestral castle of the princely dynasty and former ruling Prussian royal and German imperial house of Hohenzollern is enthroned at an altitude of 855 meters on the Zollerberg. Here you can see up to 100 kilometers into the distance. And inside you can discover magnificent halls and chambers.
The Kunsthalle Tübingen has made a great name for itself internationally. The focus is on art of the 20th and 21st centuries, while the exhibitions also address social issues or show connections to other eras.
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