Bobingen is where there is a very fine line between myth and reality which makes for a perfect destination for the ones who thrive on that sort of adventure. Add to this a variety of historical nuggets and you have yourself the quintessential German town.
Bobingen is not the kind of town that would blow its own trumpet. You see, its more of the retiring kind that waits to be discovered rather than draw attention to itself. Now we all know that’s the kind of place to go to these days.
Bobingen still treasures its collection of myths and legends and you will be duly informed of the Buble legend by a local with a very straight face and tongue firmly in cheek.
Bobingen will reveal its artistic nature to you quite willingly. All you have to do is visit the many historic sites that lie scattered around in delightful corners and streets.
If medieval history is what you’re after, head for the St. Felizitas Church, the St. Wolfgang und Wendelin Kapelle and the Rokoko Pilgrimage Church. The Lower Schlößchen, Middle Schlößchen, and the Holy Cross Schlößchen are other beguiling specimens of history.
Then there’s the little wayside Atonement Cross which is a piece of medieval history right there to be seen and admired. If you’ve found out what the Buble legend is all about you should definitely make it a point to see the Bobingen Buble sculpture.
After that a visit to the Singoldhalle, the City Hall, will serve to bring you back to the present.