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Hotel bed & breakfast kukione is a perfect starting point for a shopping tour to OUTLETCITY METZINGEN with over 70 international luxury brands with reduced prices. The big selection of fashion and lifestyle products ensure a fascinating shopping experience for every visitor.
Monday to Friday: 10:00 am - 8 pm
Saturday: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm
Extra opening hours 2015
Sunday shopping sale 25.10.2015, 01:00 - 06:00 pm
The fair in Stuttgart counts to the biggest events. The fair Stuttgart offers with their big fair and congress center excellent possibilities for fairs, congresses, exhibitions, symposiums and firm presentations. Hotel b&b kukione is located near the fair Stuttgart which you can reach on the B27 in approximately 20 minutes. This is the reason why the hotel is a very good overnight stay.
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The famous health resort Bad Urach is approximately five minutes away from the hotel bed & breakfast kukione. The historical medieval town with the numerous cafés and restaurants and with additional destinations like the Urach Waterfall, the castle ruin Hohenurach, the hot spring water from the Alb thermal bath or miscellaneous hiking and bike trails will make the visit in Bad Urach to an experience.
Tübingen is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. The medieval old city, the striking market square and the picturesque Neckar front enchant visitors from near and far. Furthermore, Tübingen is with over 83.000 inhabitants and over 28.000 students a young and cosmopolitan city where there is especially in the summer a Mediterranean flair.
The Albtrauf characterizes the Biosphere area Swabian Alb with its extended mountain and ravine forest, its meadow orchards as well as the Alb plateau with diverse juniper heaths and colorful flower meadows.
On 85.000 hectare you can find a historical sprouted and traditional cultural landscape. Nowhere else in Baden-Wuerttemberg exists such a variety of biosphere, rare animals and plants as well as historico-cultural sites. The UNESCO did not feature the area for nothing in May 2009.