My wife and I are planning to tour the Black Forest area in March 2017.
We were wondering if we may encounter any problems with bad weather at this time of year?
We know that there may be snow. which is as far as i am concerned will be a bonus? (Will be travelling in a 4x4.)
But will the normal tourist sites be open at this time of year?
We are thinking of basing ourselves in the lake Titisee area, can anyone give us some tips on any must see things or thing we should do.
Thanks in advance.
Me and my husband with our two children 15 and 13 years old are heading to Black Forest area on 25th of October. We will arrive at Frankfurt airport from Berlin (by train) to receive our rented car then to our pre-booked farm house in a village near Linden (some where in the east of the forest).
We will stay 5 nights and this is our primary itinerary. I need your expert suggestions of any modifications. We don't plan to hiking or dining but only to getting around to picturesque places, beautiful nature, culture and history. We also able to go to a lot of places in one day and love walking and not get tired quickly.
25 October Frankfurt airport (13:30 pm) to the farmhouse in Tennenbronn Schramberg (3 hours drive) then walking in the area around the house in the forest.
26 October driving in the early morning to Triberger falls then to Titisee lake then to Todtnau falls and the roller coaster and may be the cable cars.
27 October driving in the early morning to Colmar (France) then to Strasburg.
28 October driving to Europpark (for my kids).
29 October, I am not decided yet to drive to Interlaken in Switzerland (3 hours drive) because I had been there before and my kids are not, they would love to see the high range mountains of the Alps. We can start the journey at 6 am arrive at 9 am then leave at 4 or 5 pm (sunset in this area is around 5pm)
Or to go to Baden-Baden but if it is similar to Strasburg or Colmar they will be enough.
I heard also of the open air museum I don't know where is it and on which day can be done. I would like also to see the coco clock making and may be a castle or something.
I would appreciate all your comments and thanks in advance, I always relied on your suggestions in all my previous trips.
Hi all, We're looking into travelling to the Black Forest region in the first week of November. Firstly, what is the weather like at that time? Is it very likely to snow? As we are considering renting a car as we have a 4yr old and 2 yr old. We are not used to driving in snow so don't want it to be dangerous.
Secondly, where would be a good place to stay as a base. We will be flying to Baden-Baden and definitely visiting Europa Park. Would one day be enough for this park? Would it be mid-term holidays at that time there? Other places are still a question mark (suggestions for good places for kids welcome!). The Triborg waterfalls seem nice too.
I've seen some chalets/farms which seem nice to stay but not sure if they would be too far out. We prefer a self-catering place rather than hotel because of the kids. Animals on a farm would definitely go down well with them!! Many have also mentioned Freiburg as a good base.
Thanks in advance!!
Will be travelling from Malta to Baden Baden for a week in September. Was thinking to base in Titisee. Intension is to explore the Black Forest Region. Would like to know how easy is to use the public transport- Any recommendations of places not to be missed and anything that can be useful to make this holiday a good one. Thank you
we are a family of four travelling with two kids ages 9 and 7, and where thinking of staying for two weeks , do you think it is too much or a week would be enough? and in which part would you stay as we want to take the kids to Europa Themepark and some other intering places....thanks
Hallo. Pls can you tell me if we follow the 60km of the Schwarzhochstrasse driving from Ottenhofen to Baden Baden without actually visiting the cities on our way, since they are not the ones we are interested in, will we still be able to see from above some sights eg.Mummelsee? I mean, does the route itself give a chance of sightseeing or does someone have to go near the cities? You see, we just want to have a panoramic view of the forest. Thank you.
myself and 16 others (ages from 3 to 84) will be staying just outside Simonswald for 9 nights in August. We have most day trips planned, but what i wanted to know was the following
Are there any public outdoor pools of lakes for swimming near Simonswald?
Is there enough to do in Triberg for a whole day out?
How busy would the Europa Park be on a Monday in August?
Is there much to do/see in Freiburg for a morning?
On one day we are planning on a trip to Stuttgart and parking just off the main shopping street and close to the train station. Some will go and look around the town, while others wish to visit the Mercedes and Porsche museums.
what is there around the main town to see and how easy is it to get to the car museums and which is the best to visit, giving we would like to meet back with the others before we go for a meal.
Other trips we have planned are to Switzerland and Liechtenstein for the day, we are planning on doing this on Liechtensteins national holiday, so we can see the festivities, has anyone been and is it worth it for a day out.
The other trip idea was a trip to Lake Como, but the small towns up the left hand side, has anyone been and whats worth a visit?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Hi! I'm visiting the Black Forest/ Baden Baden the second week of March. I plan to stay 2 to 1/2 days. I definitely want to soak in some streams and see some picturesque towns/places, cuckoo clocks and such. I don't plan on doing much hiking because of the time of year and because I'm nursing a small injury, but I'm open to the possibility if it's worth it. I will be traveling using public transit. Any suggested itineraries would be extremely helpful. Thank you!
I would like to know what members consider the prettiest part, or the part that should be seen, in the Black Forest, Germany, please? and how many days would be enough to see it?
Hello, I'm looking for recommendation for a place to stay in the Black Forest in Germany, close to public transport
I travel with twins at the age of three in public transport.
Also, I can not find a detailed map of public transportation in the area.
I'd love to help and recommendations
We'll be coming from Leuven Belgium by Car & planning 3 or 4 days in Black forest. I'll be with my wife (young couple- last 20s) with my parents (60+ yrs). We are interested in some good natural scenery , good road drive and some light physical activities (walks etc.) or any other activity where we all could participate together. Please suggest a plan and also place to stay (should stay at one place all the time and make trips from there?)
Many thanks in advance for your suggestions.
my plan is to explore triberg, schonwald and then gengenbach, with public transport. is it easy to use buses/train/taxi in those cities? i travel from other country with luggage, is there any buses or taxi from train station to hotel?
this is my first time to visit germany and we speak english only.
We are a family with 2 kids (14,11) and we are about to land in Frankfurt in August 2014. From there we will travel by car to the black forest.
Do you have suggestions where we can stop to have some fun with the kids so we can break the long hours drive?
Can you advise if it is better to travel from Frankfurt to Black Forest and if so, what is the travelling time? Secondly, if is better from Stuggart then also what is the travelling time?
My 16 year old daughter and I will take the train from Frankfurt to the BF in July 2014. We want to enjoy short hikes, perhaps kayak. What town would be the best for us for a 3 night stay, only using the train/bus? Thanks!
I will be in Gengenbach for a week in late May and am planning my itinerary. I will be visiting Strasbourg, Basel, Baden Baden and Freiburg. I'm seeking suggestions for a couple of more interesting day trips to get a "complete" feel of the Black Forest (towns, nature, other attractions).
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.
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.
Our family group of 6 adults + 2 children wants to see Triberg falls, baden-Baden, Schwarzwaldpark in loeffingen. We plan to stay 3 nights, will be having a car are ok to drive upto 70km each day to see the places. We also plan to stay in a holiday house/apartment in the same place for the 3 nights
In which place would you recommend to look for this stay?
Many thanks in advance
Hi, we are a group of 4 planning to travel for 3 - 4 days to Black Forest region during February 2014. Can someone suggest the best possible places to visit and do we expect heavy snow / rainfall during this period. Thank you !
Hi, we will be traveling from Munich to the Black Forrest (maybe Freiburg) in May 2014. (four days)
We would like to avoid Autobahns and busy highways and take in as much of southern Germany as possible.
Any suggested routes would be welcome.
iam planning to visit europa park in black forest with my children.
which is the most beautiful town in black forest to stay and reach RUST.
which other 2 best destinations other than triberg for cuckoo clocks should i not miss to see.in black forest
where can i find lush green meadows in this region
hello all i would like to visit europa park in rust with my children.
how do i go there?? from baden baden by public transport.
i will be having 2 days to visit black forest ... please let me know which 2 other places i should not miss.apart from triberg which is famous for cuckoo clocks.
my interest is in natural landscapes and would like to see extensive green pastures as far as my eye can see
Are there many zimmer frei accommodations in the Black Forest? Can a central listing be found?
We are an older couple that will be traveling to Southern Germany for 10 days driving from Stuttgart to where ever ending in Munich. We have options for Baden-Baden, BlackForest, Lindau, Salzburg, and Telfs, Austria but can travel freely in the area. Could you advise us of the snow possibilities, driving conditions and special sights/areas that we shouldn't miss. Thank you!
I cannot find on the net any instructions on how to get to Belchen Mountain ( Belchen-Seilbahn) in English. Can anyone explain how to get there by bus or train from Breisach ? Also-I would love to hear any sugestions on where to visit neighbour places ( villages or places of interest ) for the same day -For example- I s Staufen near by and easy to reach by train or bus from Belchen ?Thank you !
My husband and I are planning to travel (kid free) and spend three full days in Black Forest mid-October this year. As nature lovers, there is no lack of what to see or where to hike, and we will definately visit a spa. However, we wonder if there is something extra special or differrent to see in this region that is one of those "must-see" moments before having to head back home.
Thank you :)
How does one get to Feldsee from Breisach ?
I hear there is a walking path to the lake that goes downand then-ofcourse up again to the cable car station .Is it a long difficult walk ? How long will it take ?
Are there other lakes in the area( as nice as this one ) that can be reached without the need to walk ? The big lakes are not as attractive to me :-) Thnaks !
I am planning a trip to the black forest early october this year.I am interested in photographing fall colors.Where is the best place to visit for the most beautiful colors ? Hiking is very limited and I must be able to get there by public transportation.
Thnak you !
We are coming to the black forest at the end of August for 7 days!
We are arriving to Munich at about 5PM, renting a car, and 7 days (6 nights) later flying back from Munich at around 7PM.
We are interested in nature, simple short hikes (my parents are in their mid 50's, and I am in my late 20's), waterfalls, lakes, small cute towns, beautiful churches etc.
We are not interested in museums, walking in castles etc. We can see the castle from the outside, but the inside is really not our thing, unless it is a "must see".
I do love animals, so if there is a good zoo around, or an animal attraction - I am all for it.
We are also considering Europa Park.
I would really appreciate any points of what we must see, recommendations on where to stay or anything else you want to tell me!