Zell a.H. (6 km)
The 850 year history of the town and the Harmersbach Valley is reflected in Zell's buildings. The old town wall and the Storchenturm bear witness to a fortified past.
Fürstenberger Hof (8 km)
A family from the Fürstenbergische region built this mighty Black Forest farm in Unterharmersbach, a district of Zell, over 300 years ago. Until 1970, the farm was still fully operational; since 1974, it has been a local museum.
Stadt Haslach (17 km)
Haslach is a very old town, which has developed as a market town since the 17th century. To this day, Haslach has more than 120 market days in the year!
Gengenbach (20 km)
Town of towers, medieval walls and half-timbered houses. In the market place, in front of the majestic town hall, you can sense the atmosphere of an old "free imperial town".
Stadt Wolfach (26 km)
The centre of Wolfach, with its cobblestones, Riesner (small stream) and town fountains, provides a wonderful atmosphere.
Dorotheenhütte Adventure Park (26 km)
In the glass museum, you can take a tour through 2,000 years of the history of glass. At the same time, the Christmas village gives rise to a festive and Christmassy mood all year round. In the "Hüttenklause" restaurant, you will be treated to specialities of the region.
Mining and Mineral Museum (28 km)
Exhibition of the minerals of the Black Forest, focus: minerals of the Clara mine in Oberwolfach that is still operational.
Gutach Open-air Museum (30 km)
The impressive farms in the Black Forest Gutach open air museum convey a lively image of life and work in the Black Forest in centuries gone by.
Schwarzwaldhochstraße (40 km)
The attractive link between Baden-Baden and Freudenstadt is one of the most beautiful panoramic streets in Germany. The Ruhestein Nature Conservation Centre is located directly on the Hochstraße.
Freudenstadt (40 km)
Württemberg’s highest town is worth a stroll through the market place. The Panoramabad with a sauna suite even helps you to forget a day with bad weather.
Taubergiessen (40 km)
Taubergiessen follows the course of the Rhine between Strasbourg and Freiburg in particularly luxuriant vegetation, which seems almost tropical.
Europa Park, Rust (45 km)
Whether it’s on the fast Euro-Mir ride or the wild wave ride or on a roaring torrent – at EUROPA-PARK, you are guaranteed to have a good time.
Triberg (45 km)
In the heart of the clock town of Triberg in the Black Forest, you can experience a natural spectacle of a very special kind: Germany’s highest waterfalls.
Mummelsee (50 km)
The Mummelsee that is shrouded in legend is the heart of the Schwarzwaldhochstraße. Hikes rich in experiences lead from here through the high moor land and over the Hornisgrinde.
World of Living, Rheinau-Linx (50 km)
Become part of the exciting history of our own development and embark on an exciting journey through time through 20,000 years of building and living culture.
Straßburg (54 km)
From the medieval old town with its impressive cathedral to the Petite France District, on the banks of the Ill, Strasbourg captivates every visitor with its special appeal and historical beauty.
Freiburg (60 km)
Freiburg is rich in sights. The dominating and still visible symbol is the imposing cathedral, which is surrounded by the old town with its cosy streets and lanes.
Steinwasen (60 km)
The Steinwasen Park with the wildlife park, the summer bobsled run and “glacier lightening”. A sensational amusement: the largest adventure rope bridge in the world with a length of 216 metres at a height of 30 metres.
Rhine Falls, Schaffhausen (80 km)
The Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe. Over a width of 150 m and a height of 23 m, 700 m3 of water fall over the rocks every second when the current of the Rhine is normal.
Schwarzenbach Valley Dam (80 km)
The impressive "Schwarzenbachtalsperre" (Schwarzenbach Valley Dam) near Forbach in the Murg Valley is used for the generation of electricity. The 400 m long dam wall dams a lake that is 2 km long.
German Clock Museum (80 km)
The German Clock Museum presents the history, art and technology of everything to do with clocks and the phenomenon of time. A highlight of the exhibition is the largest collection of Black Forest clocks in the world.
Hohenzollern (80 km)
Hohenzollern Castle is the ancestral home of the Brandenburg-Prussian and royal Catholic line of the house of Hohenzollern.
It is one of the most beautiful and most frequently visited castles in Europe. The panoramic view over the Swabian mountains is spectacular and was admired by Kaiser Wilhelm II: "The view from Hohenzollern Castle is truly worth a journey".
Sauschwänzlebahn (94 km)
Blumberg is the starting point for the Sauschwänzlebahn. It goes through the gorges, tunnels and viaducts at tourist train speed from May to October.
Flower Island Mainau, Lake Constance (120 km)
From spring until autumn, Mainau provides a magnificent picture of an ever-changing sea of flowers. During the floral year, a varied cultural programme awaits you.