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Schwarzwald, Germany
The Black Forest – heartfelt.refreshing.real.
Cuckoo clocks, Black Forest farmhouses and Black Forest gateau – the Black Forest, which is located where Germany meets France and Switzerland, is the epitome of a homely German holiday world. Yet it is also a modern cultural landscape, a huge leisure area, a Mecca for mountain-bikers and one of the largest hiking regions in Germany.
Sunny hillside vineyards alternate with green forested mountains and steep ravines with wide valleys. And 320 villages and towns, zoos, leisure parks and family parks can be found in between – with the Europa Park in Rust leading the way. Over 24,000 kilometres of hiking trails can be found in the holiday region, which spans a total of 11,100 square metres. Cyclists can enjoy a dense network of well-signposted cycle paths.
Thanks to the diverse landscape, the good cuisine, wines, beers and water, the region is considered to be "Germany's most beautiful region for connoisseurs". An excellent gourmet temple can be found in almost every town. Highly reputable Baden wines thrive on the western edge of the Black Forest; whilst outstanding health and beauty facilities also await connoisseurs. The "Wellness Stars" promise proven quality for thermal springs, hotels and medical establishments.
For more information, please visit Schwarzwald Tourismus GmbH, Habsburgerstr. 132, 79104 Freiburg,
Cuckoo , Black Forest gateau and courtyards - the Black Forest in the triangle with France and Switzerland is the epitome of a cozy German holiday world . But it is also modern cultural landscape , vast recreational area , a mecca for mountain bikers and one of the largest migrant areas in Germany

Tourist Attractions

Casino, Baden-Baden, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree shot was taken in Baden-Baden and shows the casino.
Sports and leisure world, Bad Dürrheim, VR Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree picture was created in the Kurpark. On the terrace you will find the opportunity to enjoy under the old trees either in the sun lounger, on typical garden seating or on a rustic seating set the sunbeams.
Feldberg Tower 360 Aerial Panorama, village Feldberg, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree aerial shot of the Feldberg tower was made with the drone during the filming of the video clip with Hansy Vogt. This 360 degree panorama was created in connection with the shooting of the video clip for the virtual reality platform with Hansy Vogt. A lift brings visitors comfortably to the platform of the tower, which is located at 45 meters in height on the 11th floor. Depending on the weather, you can enjoy a view from Eiger and Mönch through the Jungfrau to the Zugspitze, Vosges and Mont Blanc massif. Until 2001, the Feldberg tower was in the possession of the Südwestrundfunk and was used as a broadcasting tower. Since the spring of 2003, the tower is owned by the municipality and has been open to visitors since summer of the same year. From the house of nature, the tower can be reached in 40 minutes or by Feldbergbahn within a few minutes.
Graffiti under the highway bridge, Lörracher Freewalls, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree panorama was built under the highway bridge of Lörrach and shows an outdoor gallery over a length of almost one and a half kilometers for legal graffiti. Since mid-2010, sprayers and street artists of every generation have been skilfully designing their freewalls. The idea was developed by young local graffiti artists with the Lörrach Youth Parliament. A special part of the walls are used by renowned artists for pictures up to 20 meters high. This symbiosis has given the Bridge Gallery a supraregional recognition degree.
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St. Gallus Church , Upper Hamersbach , Black Forest, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany ,
Google translation : The St. Gallus Church in Oberharmersbach in the Black Forest is built from 1839 to 1846 . As a building material it took local sandstone and opted for a church in the Romanesque Revival style. The nave is 57 meters long and 24 meters wide and 18 meters high, the tower is 63 meters high. The church was dedicated to St. Gallus ( 646-650 in Arbon, Switzerland ) He was a monk and missionary and worked mainly in the area of ​​Lake Constance . They say he was the founder of the city of St. Gallen. Oberharmersbach is located in the middle of the Black Forest in the valley of Harmersbachs . The area extends from Harmersbach in 280 meters to the summit of the head fire in the 945 meters above sea level. Nearly three- quarters of the area is forested.
Cathedral , St Blaise , Black Forest, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany ,
Google translation : Cathedral of St. Blaise - The magnificent dome of the former Benedictine abbey church draws the viewer's gaze involuntarily up. How does a so majestic -looking church in the solitude of the forest Albtals ? This question can not be answered without the brilliant person and the builder of his spiritual worldview Abbot Martin Gerbert . Strongly influenced by the ideas of the French Enlightenment , which sought to replace faith in God through faith in reason , he tried to save the threatened cancellation of the Benedictine monastery after the catastrophic fire of the year in 1768. The construction of this cathedral was to be a stone that has become witness to the new era of intellectual history . A response to the Enlightenment in three ways: through its theological conception of the compatibility of faith and reason, the new neoclassical architecture, which allowed the religious building in the style of modernism, finally as a \ (H. Brommer )\n Less than 100 years later, in 1874 , the cathedral underwent again a severe fire disaster . 200 years after the consecration of today's interior design was created through a comprehensive restoration : The Rotunda shines in white marble , the pews and the organ at the end of the monk choir stand to the color contrast . The harmony and endless vistas of the interior is probably based on the regularity of proportions. The circular area corresponds to the central dome 36 meters in diameter with exactly the height from the floor to the apex of the dome. The columns that span the space as an inner shell , stand 18 meters up and support the dome as a hemisphere with a radius of 18 meters also . The choir in turn has a length of two times 18 equal to 36 meters. The outer dimensions are based on this harmony : the width of the facade of 50 meters is the height of the main ball , which in turn is 50 meters high. On the dome radiates visible from the golden orb with the cross, proclaimed by the time St. Blaise was still imperial abbey . (Source: www.dom -st- )
Ceramics Museum , Zell, Black Forest, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany ,
Google translation : the production of high-quality ceramic dinnerware has masterfully machined in Gengenbach now an over 200-year tradition that is presented in the Museum of Ceramics Zeller to around 160 square meters of the public. Pursuing the concept of a representative and active museum. A large part deals with the artist Schmidt- Pecht from Constance , whose decor \ The original manuscripts of the Shareholders' Agreement by Georg Schmider , 1888 , price lists from the period around 1920 , as well as relief and wall plates, floor vases from the period after the Second World War provide an interesting cross -section of the company's history. Another part of the museum is dedicated to manufacturing . The Keramformer here explain their craft and issued the forms in their functions . The production processes are shown after 1950 , with original recordings . Under the theme \ Are exhibited next to masters for molds , patterns or bands as well as dishes that were decorated in a variety of decorative techniques . (Source Zeller Keramikmanufaktur )\n\n Holidays: 11 -16 Clock )\n Zeller Ceramics Museum • Main Street • 2 D- 77736 Gengenbach
Aparthotel Hochwald
In the spa city of Bad Liebenzell the family owned Aparthotel Hochwald is located. Surrounded by nature modern apartments await your visit. You can rely on self-catering or participate in a high-quality, domestic breakfast buffet. Already included is free Wi-Fi as well as the use of the Swimming Pool, Whirlpool, Sauna and Exercise room. Recreative moments are promised in the hotel's own Spa. You can either get a large range of wellness or therapeutic treatments. A lot of activities are in close range to the hotel. Bad Liebenzell has its own hot springs or the next golf course is less than two miles away.

Recently posted Virtual Tours

Giant slide Poppeltal, Virtual Tour, Black Forest, Germany
Pure experience and pleasure - the whole day! With about 1500m uphill and downhill is our summer toboggan run South Germany's longest and fastest toboggan run in stainless steel. A big drag lift takes you to the lofty heights of the seahead - and then down the valley. Steep turns and other finesse make the ride an experience. You can regulate the speed yourself.
Experimenta Freudenstadt, Virtual Black Forest, Germany
The Experience Museum Experimenta in Freudenstadt is a mixture of fun, scientific exploration and physical phenomena. All experiments can be tried out by yourself. The Experimenta is a destination in the heart of Freudenstadt. The "hands-on" exhibition includes experiments in physics, nature and technology. And it is true that every experiment requires your help. Try different experiments yourself. The Experimenta Freudenstadt is conveniently located near the market square of Freudenstadt. Visit the slightly different museum and see and experience the "aha-effect". Parking is available behind the Experimenta building.
Dorotheenhütte, glass blowing, Black Forest, Wolfach, Germany
Welcome to the Dorotheenhütte in Wolfach, the last glassworks in the Black Forest that still manufactures mouth blown glass. You can watch our glassblowers and glass grinders at work, have a look in our engraving studio and take a stroll through the large glass country presenting a great selection of decorative articles and gift ideas for a perfectly laid table. In our Christmas village adorned accordingly all year round you will enjoy the festive season‘s atmosphere – even in the midst of summer. We are looking forward to your visit!
Neubulach Mine, Virtual Tour, Black Forest, Germany
1000 years of tradition In the Middle Ages Neubulach was the leading mining town in the Northern Black Forest and the seat of the mountain Office / Mountain bailiwick. The main beneficiaries were silver and copper ores. After the end of mining this was long forgotten even among the local population. Today, the visitor mine Hella-Glück-Stollen is operated by our mine association founded in 1996. History of Neubulacher mining Around 1000 start of mining as an opencast mining (Pingen and Mulden) Around 1200 The underground mining is started by means of gutted manholes Around 1250 construction of water solution tunnels 15th century Elevation of the Upper Stollen 1558 Bulach receives mountain freedom 1720 After interruptions, the mining is resumed 1892 The documents of the Bergamt Neubulach are burned on the market place 1922 mining in the Azurithöhle 1970 Opening of the visitor mine Hella-Glück-Stollen 2004 Opening of the "Lower Stollen" for visitors 2008 Medieval punching machine created at Ziegelbach.