Schorndorf is a nice little town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located c. 26 km east of Stuttgart. In the picturesque streets of the historic old town with its half-timbered backdrop you will find many shops with a remarkablygood choice and expert advice. Shopping connect best with astroll, as the romantic city cluttered with numerous cafes in the pedestrian area to stroll and linger.
Daimler City Schorndorf
A city on the move
Schorndorf was known as the “Daimler City”. History buffs, winelovers and sports fans know this city from a different perspective that is as attractive and exciting. The cultural diversity, the fantastic scenery of vineyards, meadows and forests, the shopping experience and the charm of the romantic, historic Old Town are just a few attractions that await you here - in the birthplace of Gottlieb Daimler, who revolutionized with the lightweight, high-speed gasoline engine the world.
That was 1834, when he was born in the Höllgasse 7 inSchorndorf, probably no one expected. But today is the worldwithout his pioneering invention no longer conceivable.
His birthplace is now a museum. Some of his most importantdevelopments await in the municipal galleries of art and technology. The collection, with many interactive exhibits locatedsince 2004 in the exhibition rooms at the Arnold area, the historiciron furniture factory on the outskirts of the city core.
By the way, if you Schorndorf - stylishly in memory of GottliebDaimler - want to visit by car, you park three modern houses withmore than 1300 parking spaces in the inner city.
Food and drink
Let yourself be pampered by the Schorndorf gastronomy and enjoy the delights Remstäler.
You will find fine restaurants, where you can experience culinarydelights and Swabian in conjunction with creative cuisine and professional expertise. But there is international cuisine in the DaimlerCity too. In cozy cafes you can enjoy a cup of cappuccino anddelicious homemade cakes.
Discover wine bars where you can leave the day with a glass of wine. Or return after a trip or walk into one of the rustic beergardens.