Ravensburg is a town of 50,000 inhabitants in the southeastern region of Baden-Württemberg just to the north of Lake Constance.
It was once a Free Imperial City back in the days of the Holy Roman Empire and was a major trading centre in the Middle Ages.
Nowadays it is also famous in another field - with the Ravensburger games company (renowned for its jigsaw puzzles) being named after and headquartered in the town.
More details about the history of the town and its connection to the world of games can be found on our information page: Ravensburg Information
Details of how to get to Ravensburg and a selection of accommodation can be seen on our travel page: Ravensburg Hotels & Travel
A historic location such as Ravensburg is visually impressive as well. Some of the main attractions are featured in our photo gallery along with short descriptions of each image: Ravensburg Images