By

min read

Share:

The advantages of UlmCard, and where you can buy the card for tourists in Ulm and Neu-Ulm

UlmCard is your gateway to exploring Ulm and Neu-Ulm to the fullest. It’s a card that enables you to enjoy museums for free, as well as public transport. You can join a daily guided city tour with no additional cost or visit local restaurants and shops for complimentary goodies. The card is available for either […]

Advertisement

Ulm Card Price Travel blog joydellavita

Ulm Card Price Travel blog joydellavita

UlmCard is your gateway to exploring Ulm and Neu-Ulm to the fullest. It’s a card that enables you to enjoy museums for free, as well as public transport. You can join a daily guided city tour with no additional cost or visit local restaurants and shops for complimentary goodies. The card is available for either 1 day or 2 consecutive days. Important to note is that the card is not transferable (one Ulm Card per person) and to redeem a service or goodie it’s only valid in combination with a voucher from the voucher booklet and the valid UlmCard (both must be shown at each entrance / ticket office).

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to comment below, or contact the tourist office in Ulm directly.

UlmCard Price

The blue UlmCard is for one day:
Single ticket 17,00 €, per person
Group ticket 15,50 € p.P. (from 20 persons upwards)

The green UlmCard is for two days:
Single ticket 22,00 €, per person
Group ticket 20,50 € p.P. (from 20 persons upwards)

Advantages of UlmCard

Services for free:

  • Free use of all public transport within the city boundaries of Ulm and Neu-Ulm (DING)
  • Free entrance to:
    • the collections of the Ulm Museum + Weishaupt gallery (Museum Ulm & kunsthalle weishaupt)
    • Museum of Bread Culture (Museum Brot und Kunst)
    • Edwin Scharff Museum in Neu-Ulm
    • the Danube Swabian Museum (Donauschwäbisches Zentralmuseum)
    • Archive of the Ulm School of Design (HfG-Archiv)
    • the Natural History Education Centre (Naturkundliches Bildungszentrum)
    • Stadthaus Ulm
    • Museum at Wiblingen Monastery (Kloster Wiblingen)

Leisure & Sport activities

  • One postcard with historical motive in the “Haus der Stadtgeschichte”
  • Free guided tour of the city incl. cathedral or rent of the itour city guide (available in English)
  • a free Stadthausbutton in the Stadthaus Ulm
  • Ulm Minster: enjoy a free organ concert at noon (May-Sep)
  • Ulm Minster: free entrance ticket to go up to the tower
  • Tourist-Information:1 city bike free of charge for one day
  • Tourist-Information: get a little surprise typical of the Ulm region
  • Bad Blau leisure pool: free admission to the pool landscape for one hour
  • Donaubad leisure pool: 1-hour free entry for all three-hour rates: pool and sauna landscape (not including special rates, events, and additional discounts)
  • Boar trip ‘Ulm Sparrow’: 1 soft drink on board
  • Ulm Zoo: free entrance ticket

Theatre

  • KCC Restaurant theatre: 1 prosecco
  • Theater Neu-Ulm: 1 welcome for free
  • Theater Ulm: 1 programme book for free

Gastronomy

  • Creperie Kornhäusle: 1 glass ( 0,25 l ) cider for free
  • Café Tröglen: 1 „Einsteinköpfle“ (Ulm speciality „spirit“chocolate) for free
  • fruchtrausch – The Smoothie Bar: Refresh yourself with a free Energy Ball
  • Josi by Meinl: 1 cup of espresso for free
  • Restaurant ‘Zur Lochmühle’: one Apfelküchle (apple fitter)
  • Restaurant Hacker Pschorr: a small portion of Obazda (bavarian cream cheese) with a pretzel
  • DonauWelle: a free cup of freshly ground coffee from the Samocca coffee roasters
  • Ochsen Shop – Gold Ochsen specialities: get a free beer glass
  • Kolibri Ulm – Fashion & Jewellery: get a postcard with Ulm’s most beautiful bird for free

Selling points of the tourist card in Ulm

The UlmCard is available at
Tourist-Information Ulm/Neu-Ulm
Stadthaus (Münsterplatz)
89073 Ulm

as well as in chosen museums and hotels. Advance-Order only in the Tourist-Information.

Advertisement

Topics of this Blogpost

Share

Popular Topics

#CanberraTogether – Canberra Together 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel Airline Review Allgäu Amsterdam Art Museum Baden-Baden Baden-Württemberg Barcelona California Catalonia Christmas Market Emilia-Romagna Falafel Frankfurt Friedrichshafen Hamburg Hotel Review Instagram Lake Constance Lombardy London Los Angeles McDonalds Milan Munich Museum Paris Pizza Places with a view Restaurant Hamburg Rome St Gallen Stuttgart Train Travel Travel Diary Tuscany Vegan Vegetarian Veggie Burger Veneto Verona Vorarlberg Zurich Travel Tips

looking for something?

Advertisement

Can’t find something?

About Lisa

Lisa Adriane

Lisa is a Blogger for more than a decade now, sharing her adventures exploring the world on JoyDellaVita, as well as excursions into the culinary world, sustainable choices, how to live a healthy active lifestyle but overall, how to enjoy a life full of joys.

Follow on Social

Advertisement

%d bloggers like this: