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Attractions nearby

Holidays in the Black Forest are really not for the bored, because there are countless sights to be discovered and experienced. These are so different in nature that there really is something for everyone.

Europa Park Rust

Europa Park Rust


Europa-Park once again "Best Amusement Park in the World"


At the "Golden Ticket Awards" 2015, Europa-Park was able to defy the strong international competition and convince again. A top-class specialist jury made up of numerous experts from the international amusement park industry judged the best in the industry in different categories. As in 2014, Germany's largest amusement park was voted "Best amusement park worldwide" at the renowned "Golden Ticket Award" of the American trade journal Amusement Today, and thus received the award in the most important category.

Historisches Kaufhaus Freiburg

Freiburg in Breisgau


Whether Wirtschaftswoche, Focus or Capital: they all give Freiburg the best marks in the city rankings!

This is where the sun shines the most, the people are among the most communicative in the country, the cuisine is praised from all sides and, despite the tranquility of the people of Baden, there is a cosmopolitan breed of people at home who have long maintained their proximity to Switzerland and France and are cosmopolitan made to Europeans.

Whether it's a Segway tour, a via ferrata, a canoe trip or a guided tour, Freiburg offers you a multitude of exciting activities.

Germany's longest cable car takes you up to Freiburg's local mountain, the Schauinsland. The most unusual visitor mine in the Black Forest: Experience 800 years of mining history up close in the largest silver mine in southern Germany.


Vogtsbauernhöfe in Gutach

Black Forest open-air museum Vogtsbauernhof


How did people live in the Black Forest in the past?

Turn back time and experience history as an inner experience. Where the wonderfully preserved Vogtsbauernhof once stood alone in a wide open space, numerous historic buildings from the most diverse Black Forest regions now bring times long past to life: Six fully furnished courtyards, the day laborer’s house and 15 outbuildings, such as mills, saws, storage facilities and a personal craft house, invite you on a foray through the diversity of cultures in the Black Forest.

Colmar - Alsace


Colmar (Alsatian Colmer [kolmər], German temporarily also written Kolmar) is the third largest city in Alsace and the capital of the Haut-Rhin department (France) after Strasbourg and Mulhouse. On January 1, 2012 it had 67,257 inhabitants[1] and 120,367 in the greater area. Colmar is located on the Alsatian Wine Route and likes to call itself the capital of Alsatian wines. The city is famous for its well-preserved architectural heritage spanning six centuries and for its museums, including the Unterlinden Museum with the Isenheim Altarpiece. Colmar is the birthplace of famous artists such as Martin Schongauer, Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi, Ernst Stadler and Jean-Jacques Waltz. *Wikipedia

Today's French region of Alsace (French Alsace, Latin Alsatia) includes the departments of Upper and Lower Rhine or Upper and Lower Alsace (Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin; before 1871 Belfort also belonged to it). Together they form a north-south strip between the Vosges to the west and the Rhine to the east.

In the north it borders with Germany, the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Baden-Württemberg, in the south with Switzerland and in the west with the French departments (see Lorraine) Moselle, Vosges and (region) Belfort.

The wine route “route des vins” running from Thann to Marlenheim extends over 170 km. It goes along vineyards, ruins and dreamy wine villages. The Wine Route is an ideal starting point for discovery hikes, interrupted by wine tasting or staying in a winstub. More than 7,000 winegrowers work, mostly in family businesses, along this strip of picture-postcard idyll and bring their wine to a cooperative or market it themselves in one of over 100 wine villages. The delicious good is offered for tasting and sale on every corner.

Badeparadies Titisee

Badeparadies Schwarzwald Titisee


Games, fun and excitement: water action under palm trees:

Slide like crazy in the brand new Galaxy Schwarzwald The new Galaxy Schwarzwald in Titisee-Neustadt promises free fall and pure action for the whole family. The indoor slide facility in BadeparadiesSchwarzwald is unique in Europe:
18 high-tech slides, including the largest stainless steel half-pipe in the world, as well as a spectacular wave pool, a sports pool, diving towers and much more promise endless swimming and sliding fun. An Eldorado for adrenaline-hungry water rats. Fun factor: 100 percent.


BADEPARADIES SCHWARZWALD twice awarded and recognized as a top-class adventure pool.

Basel, Switzerland


Basel is located at the border triangle of Switzerland/Germany/France. Around 830,000 people live in the trinational agglomeration of the city. The city is divided into Grossbasel on the left (south-west) bank of the Rhine and Kleinbasel (including the former fishing village of Kleinhüningen) on the right bank of the Rhine. The center of Basel is the old town in Grossbasel around the market square - where the town hall (start of construction 1504) is - and the cathedral hill towering over the Rhine with the Palatinate Terrace. The middle bridge connects the old town on both sides of the Rhine. The tram operates in the inner city, which is free of car traffic. With the cargo ports in the Basel region, the only ones in Switzerland, there is a waterway connection to the North Sea via the Rhine. Located in Alsace on French territory, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport is operated jointly with its two neighbors in France. *Wikipedia

Die Stadt Basel
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