As a former free imperial city, Biberach can look back on a rich and varied history. The numerous testimonies to the past continue to lend the city its charm today. Cultural sights and a cosy old-town atmosphere crate a unique cityscape. Both aspects are best explored with a guided tour. Anyone wanting a little relaxation after a full day's culture can enjoy pleasant warmth in the Jordanbad thermal bath.
The centre of town focuses on the market place, one of the most attractive in southern Germany. With its fountains and street cafés,it exudes southern flair, encouraging visitors to linger. Moreover, the medieval guild district of Weberberg and the shared parish church dominate the cityscape and make Biberacha stage on the German Timber-Frame Road and the Upper Swabian Baroque Road.
Another highlight is the Vier-Sparten Museum Biberach. Among other things, this museum houses works by the impressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner as well as the magnificent workshop of the animal painters Braith and Mali from Munich. The poet Christoph Martin Wieland has his very own museum in his original garden house.
Anyone who likes to stay active can explore the area around Biberach on foot or by bike.
Both the German Timber-Frame Road cycle path and the Danube-Lake Constance cycle path pass through Biberach. Even the Biberach rope park is worth a visit. It is the most modern such park in Upper Swabia and boasts nine circuits of varying levels of difficulty. In the unique Jordanbad sensory world, you can discover your own senses at more than 70 interactive stations.