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Grosscomburg

Allee 9, Schwabisch Hall, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
+49 4979 1938185
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Impressive

One of the best attractions in Schwabisch Hall. Nice view and beautiful walk all the way up to the... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
Ladefoged
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beautiful scenery

take your time and stroll the buildings and area. Wonderful picnic areas, lots of history. Easily... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2017
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18 Apr 2017
“Impressive”
27 Mar 2017
“beautiful scenery”
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Allee 9, Schwabisch Hall, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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+49 4979 1938185
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

One of the best attractions in Schwabisch Hall. Nice view and beautiful walk all the way up to the fortress. Don´t skip this place if you are in the area.

Thank Ladefoged
Reviewed 27 March 2017

take your time and stroll the buildings and area. Wonderful picnic areas, lots of history. Easily accessible.

Thank BineQuilts
Reviewed 5 November 2016

The Kloster Grosscomburg is a must in Schwäbisch Hall. It is an excellent preserve construction from 1070 aC with a very good view of the surroundings It doesn't matter what time of the year you go, it is awesome. The negative part is they don't...More

Thank AugustusGi
Reviewed 1 September 2015

By the time we arrived, the Comburg was closed and locked up for the day, but we wandered around its extensive grounds, walked along the covered outer wall, which is original. There is a lovely cathedral, but unable to see interior. There is also a...More

1  Thank ConnoisseurGal
Reviewed 15 October 2014

Beautiful setting. Walkable from Schwabisch Hall but be prepared for a steep uphill climb. It is worth it. Entry to the church only as part of a tour which is in German. Our guide did provide some English explanations to us, (We were 2 of...More

1  Thank PK B
Reviewed 23 September 2013 via mobile

The Grosscomburg is a fortified monastery complex that sits high on a hill overlooking Steinbach and the town of Schwaebisch Hall. Recently refurbished, it dominates the local skyline day and night. It's bells frequently ring out over the local area and add to that feeling...More

1  Thank Tombolaman
Reviewed 26 August 2013

Definitely worth a visit! Make sure you check for opening hours before you go. The interior is even more amazing as the exterior. White stucco, gold painting, wonderful carvings. The church is home to many wonderful paintings. Wonderful setting, take your time and walk the...More

1  Thank BineQuilts
Reviewed 22 December 2011

This monastery is unique, a walled fortified monastery, actually a large church within a medieval castle. Just a pleasure to visit and revisit, and the large chandelier in the church is one of the few of this style. The monastery is open most of the...More

2  Thank marcopolko
Reviewed 30 April 2010

Only have seen the exteriour, as the church was still closed. Would open a few days later, but by then we would have been in Oberau. Pitty, as seen on pix at the internet it must be nice. We took the steeper chapelway (crossway), but...More

2  Thank folieske4
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