Follow the personable girl from the Black Forest through the crooked alleys of the Black Forest‘s metropolis Freiburg im Breisgau. Allow yourself to be swooned away by the moving history of the city and region.
The outdoor water Adventure Park located beside the largest lake of the Black Forest. Water lovers will be confronted with an embarrassment of riches: giant slides, adventure playgrounds, a large lawn and great access to the lake.
Take the handicap accessible Belchen ski lift up into the hiking and nature reserve area, free of automobile traffic. The nature path and stroller-friendly panoramic routes offer extraordinary views of the Black Forest, Rhine valley, Vosges mountain range, and the Alps. The highest restaurant in Baden-Württemberg has a panorama terrace at 1362 m.
This interesting and exciting place is a little different, a Black Forest experience so to speak. Special exhibits engage your senses. A tour through the different sections – seeing, hearing, feeling, and smelling – makes this an enjoyable experience for the whole family.
In the Black Forest Open Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof the Black Forest culture and history come to life. Visitors will find out how people lived and worked in Black Forest farmhouses during the last 400 years.
The Black Forest‘s museum for traditional dress shows over 100 examples of traditional attire in large showcases, supplemented with artfully crafted individual accessories and objects from peasant life for special occasions and for everyday use.
The city of Freiburg, founded by the Zähringer dukes, is the gate to the Black Forest and is famous for its warm and sunny climate. Our team of more than 50 qualified tourist guides will take you on an interesting and exciting journey to discover the charm of Freiburg.
Located in the former town granary and later residence for the Krafft/Fahrnau shoe factory workers, the museum is dedicated to the oldest city in the Margrave region (granted city status in 1250) with its valuable collections on nobility and bourgeois culture.
The city‘s founder will personally showyou „his“ city, which he founded in 1599 based on a vision of an expansive, powerful Württemberg empire. He‘ll guide you to places in a way you‘ve never seen before.
Welcome to Germany’s biggest theme park! North of Freiburg and just east of the Rhine River, it is one of the busiest in Europe: 95 hectares with over 100 attractions, all reflecting the theme of Europe!
Hoch über den Dächern von Offenburg liegt das neue Familien-Weingut Renner mitten in den Reben im schönen Fessenbach. Nehmen Sie Platz auf unserer Sonnenterrasse oder im Panorama-Probierraum und verkosten Sie unsere Weine – mit einem sagenhaften Blick über unsere Weinhänge ins Rheintal bis hin zum Straßburger Münster! Lassen Sie sich von uns die Trauben & Hänge zeigen, von denen wir unsere Weine vom Qualitätswein bis zur Reserve und zur Trockenbeerenauslese gewinnen, sowie unsere hochmoderne Kellerei.
Comfortably float towards the Feldberg summit in this 8-seater gondola lift. The upper station is at an altitude of 1,450 m. The Feldberg tower with its viewing platform is only a few minutes’ walk away.
Great views! This lift takes you to the 11th floor of the tower (45 metres high). With good weather, the viewing platform offers stunning panoramic views of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks, all the way to the Zugspitze, the Mont Blanc Massif, and the Vosges.
The climatic spa Alpirsbach at the top of Kinzigtal valley awaits guests with attractive nature and lively culture. This former cloister town is known for its Benedictine monastery (cloister and concerts).
An exciting and interactive exhibition on the living environments in the Feldberg nature preservation area. Highlights are the virtual balloon ride and the 3D show. Young explorers can obtain their ranger badge here.
You can’t tell from the outside, but the “Hüsli” was originally built as a luxury holiday home for Helene Siegfried, a concert singer from Berlin, in 1911. The building became well-known internationally when it appeared in the TV series “Schwarzwaldklinik” as the home of “Professor Dr Brinkmann”.
A total of38 lift systems and 63 kilometres of slopesoffer all types of difficulty levels, from simple family slopes to the challenging FIS World Cup slopes. And the altitude means there is always snow– winter fun is guaranteed!
Surrounded by a harmonious landscape, this water park offers not only relaxation, but also pool fun for the whole family. What’s special: the water is cleansed entirely using biological processes, entirely free from chlorine.
Ein Badevergnügen der besonderen Art bietet der Naturena-Badesee in Birkendorf: Eingebettet in das malerische Schlüchttal entstand aus dem ehemaligen Waldbad 2002 ein Naturerlebnisbad ohne Einsatz von Chemie, das sich rasch zu einem beliebten Ausflugsziel in der Ferienregion Rothauser Land entwickelt hat. Das integrierte Nabu-Zentrum und der Naturerlebnispfad Oberholz ergänzen das familienfreundliche Freizeitangebot.
The past and present of Baden beekeeping is presented in a lively manner by the association Imkerverein Hohberg e.V., with some 600 pieces on exhibit. Tours are informative and educational. Definitely worth a visit!
The Schauinslandbahn surmounts a height difference of 746 m at 3,600 m in length. It was commissioned in 1930 as the world's first passenger cable car according to the circulation principle. The Schauinsland mountain is 1,284 m high.
Germany‘s first museum dedicated to the history of literature reception, established in memory of Hans Jacob Christoph von Grimmelshausen, the former village mayor and poet of Renchen (1667-1676) was inaugurated on 2 Oct 1998.
At the former signalman‘s house at the crossroads of the Kinzig, Black Forest Rail and Black Forest Street, you‘ll find Gengenbach Flößerei- und Verkehrsmuseum, a timber rafting and transportation museum.
Waldshut-Tiengen. The Team of the Tourist-Information welcomes you in Waldshut-Tiengen! Do you have any questions about the town oder activities? Do you need help for planning your vacation? Feel free to visit us. We are happy to see you!
Pforzheim ist das unbestrittene Zentrum der Schmuck- und Uhrenindustrie in Deutschland und das Tor zum nördlichen Schwarzwald. Nirgendwo kann man die Welt des Schmucks so hautnah erleben wie hier, zum Beispiel im Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim im Reuchlinhaus.
Those interested in exploring wine beyond simply sipping will find the Kaiserstuhl winegrowing museum an ideal destination, located in Achkarren‘s former tithing house and featuring carefully prepared exhibition objects.
This crystal museum features what is surely the world‘s largest and most beautiful amethyst druze; an amethyst crystal volcanic cave over 100 million years old; original 220-million-year-old trees from Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona; a wide range of unique petrified saurian and other large fossils, as well as impressive giant crystals of more than 3,000 kg from all over the world. All of this can be marveled throughout more than 1,300 m2 of exhibition space.
Wer kennt sie nicht, die leuchtend grünen Tassen, Teller oder Eierbecher mit Schwarzwald-Hahn und Schwarzwald-Henne? Ein Besuch der Keramikmanufaktur in Zell am Harmersbach vermittelt einen Einblick in die kunstvolle Fertigung.