Day 1: Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard

On the outward journey to the Black Forest we make a stop to rest in this Roman aqueduct of more than 2,000 years.

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Day 1: Vienne

Vienne

Second rest stop in this French city with many remains of its Roman past. Within its religious buildings highlights the cathedral of St Maurice.

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Day 2: Colmar

Colmar

We visited this city of the French Alsace. The center of the old city, well-preserved, houses several buildings in German Gothic and early Renaissance.

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Day 2: Freiburg

Freiburg

We started our tour of the Black Forest visiting the old town of Freiburg, where stands out the cathedral, its doors or its "Bächle".

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Day 3: Schwarzwald-Hochstrabe

Schwarzwald-Hochstrabe

The Schwarzwaldhochstraße, or "Black Forest High Road", is the oldest and one of the best known themed drives in Germany.

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Day 4: Maulbronn

Maulbronn

Maulbronn Monastery (Kloster Maulbronn) is one of the best-preserved medieval Cistercian monastery complex in Europe.

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Day 4: Heidelberg

Heidelberg

City located in the valley of the river Neckar, it is famous for its historic center, with the Heidelberg castle and the oldest university of the country

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Day 5: Europa-Park

Europa-Park

Fun at the biggest amusement park in Germany. In 2014, had a total of sixteen roller coasters and a total of nearly 100 attractions.

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Day 6: Strasbourg

Strasbourg

Known to be the official seat of the European Parliament, its historic center has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1988.

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Day 6: Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden

A spa town that stands out for its gardens, museums, and buildings such as the casino, the theater or the Trinkhalle gallery. Located on the outskirts, the Old Castle (Altes Schloss).

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Day 7: Gengenback

Gengenbach

Her beauty, typical of villages in southern Germany, has been the reason whereby the city was chosen as background for several films, as for example, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Day 7: Triberg

Triberg

In addition to visiting the waterfall of this town, we visited some of the giant famous cuckoo clocks of this region.

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Day 7: Schiltach

Schiltach

The whole medieval inner city is under monument protection. There are many half-timber houses scattered throughout the town that date back to anywhere between the 16th and 19th centuries.

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Day 8: Panoramastrasse

Panoramastrasse

Black Forest panorama route (Schwarzwald Panoramastrasse) is a route of about 50 kilometers and is considered one of the most beautiful in the Black Forest.

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Day 8: Titisee

Titisee

Is a lake in the southern Black Forest (Schwarzwald) in Baden-Württemberg. It covers an area of 1.3 km  (2 kilometers long and 700 meters wide) and has an average depth of 20 meters.

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Day 8: Schluchsee

Schluchsee

With a height of 930 metres above sea level, is the highest reservoir in Germany and also the largest lake in the Black Forest. The Three Lakes Railway, an extension of the Höllentalbahn, runs from Titisee station.

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Day 8: Todtnau

Todtnau

We drove to our last visit in the Black Forest. We were attracted by two tourist attractions in this village: The Hasenhorn Rodelbahn and the Hangloch-Wasserfall.

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