The Black Forest is a sprawling and luscious land of fairy tale backdrops, chiming cuckoo clocks, traditional tailored outfits and hefty, half-timbered farmhouse. World renowned for the juicy and indulgent cherries that grow in abundance there, the Black Forest region lives up to all of its charming stereotypes; the intriguing names originates from the slightly sinister canopy of evergreens that give the forest a darkened hue and ethereal air of mystery. Explore the enigmatic woodlands, furtive forests and rushing riverbanks in order to enjoy the exquisite scenery that abounds in the Black Forest.
Resting resplendently at the bottom of the Black Forest’s verdant vineyards and heaving hills, the small city of Freiburg exudes infectious charm and boasts a tantalising tableau of medieval monasteries, ambient squares and the warmest climate in Germany. Stunning sights include the mischievous gargoyles and an arresting entrance make the Freiburger Munster a veritable vision of Gothic architecture, and the Old World conviviality of Rathausplatz will magnetise travellers appreciative of Medieval architecture.
Baden-Baden is a serene spa town whose mineral enriched waters and idyllic location has attracted royalty for centuries. Venerable villas are testament to the town’s imperial majesty and sophisticated spas and world class cuisine allure those seeking a regal and restorative respite from metropolitan madness.
Considered the Historic Centre of the black Forest, the endearing town of Bad Sackingen presents a picturesque banquet of baroque beauty and traditional charm. The astounding façade of St.Fridolin Minister and the commanding Castle Schonau are just a taster of the town’s arresting architectural heritage sites. The luscious location upon the banks of the emerald river will ensure visitors leave with a sense of tranquillity and a burning desire to return.