We want to base ourselves in the Black Forest, in a lovely traditional hotel/pension where we can drive all over to look at the lovely areas. Which area is best to travel from? Would love somewhere nice with wonderful food too.
We're a family of 2 adults and 1 Kid, 6yrs.
We want to visit the black forest area in Germany. We plan to visit in March End.
What is the best possible route and plan to visit all the good places with Public transport.
We'll be coming from Erlangen/ Nuremberg.
Which is the connection on Saturday from Baden-Baden airport to Baden-Baden mainstation? Which is the cost and where I can find the details? Thank you so much.
Assuming I started the day in possession of a VAG Regio 24 card, what extra tickets would I need to complete a out-of-zone excursion to Donaueschingen? What type of ticket (in German) should I ask for, and where should I buy them? I am assuming that it is fairly easy to locate the Fuerstenberg brewery once you are in Donaueschingen... Correct?
Consdering an exursion to Strasbourg. Assuming that I had bought Baden-W'berg Laender Ticket, I would take a train from Freiburg to Offenburg and then get on the Rhine-Metro to Strasbourg. Is a DB LaenderTicket valid on the Rhine-Metro? For the full journey, for part of the journey, not at all? Any advice would be appreciated...
Can any one let me know if there are any nice picturesque countryside drives around Heidelberg. What are the major sightseeing places around Heidelberg - am interested in medieval castles and idyllic countryside drives with stopovers in village 'inns' for wine/beer and food. I prefer holidays where I base myself in one place, soak up the feel of the place and make short trips around the base by train or road. This holiday I want to explore a bit of Germany so could someone please advise.
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