Marienplatz, Ravensburg, Germany

 
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petertestman's pictureby petertestman Outdoors Activities travel tip
added on the 20th of October, 2009
The Marienplatz is the center of the city and it's always nice to walk around, grab coffee or go shopping. There are lots of people on Saturdays due to the weekly market.

When in Ravensburg, you can't miss the Marienplatz.

Address:
Seelbruckstraße 5, 88212 Ravensburg, Germany

Price:
Free

Opening Hours:
24/7

How to get there:
Just go to the center of the city

 
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