The bus stop "Schenkensee" of line 1 and 2 is in the immediate vicinity.
...is the largest city in the Schwäbisch Hall district with a population of about 40,000 and is a medium-sized center in the Heilbronn-Franconia region.
Schwäbisch Hall offers an impressive medieval townscape with its partially preserved city wall, covered wooden bridges, numerous towers, a multitude of stairways and unchanged alleys. In the old salt-boiling town, salt used to be boiled from the brine of the Haal spring, which could only be done by those authorized to do so – the salt boilers.
“Freilichtspiele” in Schwäbisch Hall are the second oldest open-air theatre in Germany. They belong to the "Ten German Festival Locations" association. The aim of this association is to impress with sophisticated productions in the open air. The performances take place on the 54 steps of the staircase of St. Michael's Church.
Schwäbisch Hall is also known for the largest building society in Germany, which bears the name of the tranquil little town.
Schwäbisch Hall is diverse and exciting!
Campus Living Schwäbisch Hall is located on the edge of the city center of Schwäbisch Hall. The location is convincing due to its proximity to shopping facilities for daily needs, the city center, the outdoor pool and Heilbronn University – Campus Schwäbisch Hall.
The Schwäbisch Hall campus is the youngest location of Heilbronn University. Numerous bachelor's and master's degree programs are offered at the campus by the Faculty of Management and Sales. The focus is on consistent practical and career orientation through close cooperation with local companies.
The Goethe-Institut e.V. is a globally active cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. For over 60 years, the Goethe-Institut has been the first contact with Germany for many people. The Gothe-Institut offers German courses at all language levels.