Herrenberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

🇩🇪 Herrenberg is a town in the middle of Baden-Württemberg, about 30 km south of Stuttgart and 20 km from Tübingen. It is the fourth largest town in the district of Böblingen. Herrenberg station is on the Gäu Railway (Gäu bahn) and is at the start of the Ammer Valley Railway (Ammertalbahn) It is the southern end of services on line S1 of the Stuttgart S-Bahn. It also has connections, via the A81, to Stuttgart and northern Germany. To the south the A81 provides access to Switzerland, Austria and Italy. Herrenberg is also close to Strasbourg, which is only about 110 km to the west.

Business Internationally known businesses located in Herrenberg include: • Frog Design (industrial design) • IBM (IT training and sales) • Omega Pharma (pharmaceuticals) • Walter Knoll (furniture)

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Herrenberg has a population of over 31,470 people. Herrenberg also forms part of the wider Böblingen district which has a population of over 392,898 people. Herrenberg is situated 18 km south-west of Sindelfingen.

Twin Towns – Sister Cities Herrenberg is twinned with: 🇮🇹 Fidenza, Italy; 🇫🇷 Tarare, France.

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