KANGAS Top 7 Places To Visit In Black Forest, Germany.
We probably all wonder what it would be like to experience a place just like the ones we read about in Fairy Tales.
Count on Black Forest, Germany to help you out!
Witness mountains, evergreens, half-timber houses, ruined castles, quaint towns, spectacular views and forests, forests, forests!
To help you out on your Fairy Tale Adventure, here are KANGA's Top 7 must-see places in Black Forest, Germany!
1• KINZIG & GUATCH VALLEY
Take a drive along the valley and enjoy scenic views in the center of Black Forest! Explore the small towns with picturesque buildings. The valley is where some popular German traditions were born...The Cuckoo Clock and Bollenhat to name a few.
This small university town is situated in the southside of Black Forest and is made up of mostly students which introduced a lively night life.
Named Germany's warmest city, enjoy the year round sunshine, take a walk on the cobblestoned streets, with wooden slopes and vineyards, hop on a cable car at Schlossbergbahn up the mountains and hike the woods!
FUN FACT: Frieburg generates just as much solar energy as Britain!
This fab spot is a mountain resort that is also home to nine different villages, luxury hotels, bed & breakfasts and 3 Michelin star restaurants!
Enjoy fine dining and cuisine, forest walks, the ski slopes and golfing activities! Sit back, relax and enjoy this luxurious spot in Black Forest, Germany!
Located north of Black Forest, Calw is one of the areas prettiest towns! Visit the museums, the market square, shops and enjoy the town backdrops in the form of 18th century houses. KANGA Loves!
Known as Europe's most fashion forward spa town! It is home to pampering options including the thermal bath that originated in 1810!
This 19th century town features Belle Époque architecture, a vibrant community filled with culture and lots of colour!
Vist Baden-Baden any time, as there are several events and exhibitions all year round. You can also enjoy guided walks and tours of the Black Forest National Park.
6• BAD WILDBAD
This is another spa town in Black Forest that is worth a visit. It is a cheaper option than Baden-Baden.
Situated in 420m above sea level, you are sure to enjoy beautiful views in this peacful environment.
The thermal baths at Bad Wildbad naturally stay at 35-40 degrees centigrade! What a perfect gift from mother nature!
Don't forget to check out Wildsee, a small lake outside of the town centre.
7• TRIBERG FALLS
This is Germany's highest waterfall! Are you convinced to visit yet?!
The waterfall was formed by the Gutach River, which is located in the Kinzig & Gutach Valley.
The waterfall is tourist friendly and easily accessible and is at its best after rainfall or after snow has melted! Also gorgeous at night or when surrounded by snow. Is there a time when Triberg Waterfall is not perfect?!