Rich in tradition, modern and cosmopolitan: Experience the 64,000-inhabitant city of Sindelfingen in all its diversity and living history.
Many of the lovingly and elaborately restored half-timbered buildings and cultural monuments were built in the Middle Ages. Sindelfingen is part of the Deutsche Fachwerkstrasse, the holiday and cultural route from the Elbe to Lake Constance.
The St. Martin’s Church, built in the 11th century, a three-aisled Romanesque basilica, emerged from the secular Chorherrenstift. The Sindelfingen Chorherren enjoyed an exceptional scientific reputation as scholars. By the 15th century, the Chorherrenstift monastery had become one of the most important and wealthy in Württemberg, which led to the founding of the University of Tübingen.