Gäufelden is best visited on a bright sunny spring day when the birds are singing and the great outdoors just lies there inviting you to get moving. And that’s got to be one of the biggest attractions of Gäufelden. You can hike, bike, walk, jog, or go camping amid gorgeous natural beauty that will compel you to stand and stare.
To get the best of the scenic beauty, you’ll need to get yourself as close as you can to the nearby Swabian Alb. You get to see sheep grazing contentedly among green meadows completely oblivious to the majestic snow clad mountains in the background.
If you are looking for something more physical, it is my pleasure to inform you that there are seven scenic routes marked out for you throughout the Swabian Alb. You know what this means — plenty of exciting tours with historic significance and a world of local culture.
Gäufelden also has easy access to the Black Forest as well as the stylish city of Stuttgart. So, you get to choose whether you want more of the outdoors or you want to soak in the vibes of a funky modern city.
Or maybe you’d prefer to stay put and enjoy what the little town itself has to offer. And it certainly does have a lot to offer in terms of tennis, swimming, bowling, squash, and golf to name only a few.
Gäufelden’s history is there for all to see in the form of the Hailfingen-Tailfingen Concentration Camp Memorial.
You might also be interested in the Sculpture Garden that has exhibits in wood, stone, and steel.
And of course, the market place is the best hangout if you’re into local culture and cuisine.