Tram line 2 and bus line 21 take you comfortably to the valley station, from where the longest cable car in Germany takes you to Freiburg’s «local mountain» Schauinsland in around 20 minutes. At almost 1,300 meters above sea level, weather permitting, you can enjoy a view of Mont Blanc and the Vosges. Of course, you can also view the city of Freiburg from around 10km away, if the weather conditions permit.
Discover the highlights of Freiburg’s sights and solve tricky puzzles at the same time. A city tour couldn’t be more exciting! With the «Bächle» Captain’s License you are at the helm and steadily steer towards the «treasure» to be lifted at the end.
Short walk or walk in the footsteps of history – Freiburg’s local recreation area!
Leave house Münsterplatz to the right, leave house Schusterstrasse to the left. Always go straight on into Konviktstraße / to Münzplatz to the Schlossberggarage and there climb the stairs and the bridge to the Schlossberg.
Walk about 5 minutes
With an area of 38 hectares, Freiburg Mundenhof is the largest animal inclosure in Baden-Württemberg.
Discover the diversity of the animal world – the visit to the Mundenhof is free of charge, only the parking lot costs a daily fee of €10 (as of February 2021).
Lake Constance is Germany’s largest inland body of water, it covers a total of 536 square kilometers and lies in the tri-border region of Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
There are many beautiful places around the lake, such as Konstanz, Überlingen and Meersburg.
Explore Freiburg beyond the city centre on this relaxed bike tour and get to know for yourself why Freiburg is so valued by its residents.
duration approx. 2 hours
Difficulty level: easy
Beautifully located in the Dreisamtal, Freiburg’s largest outdoor swimming pool is the city’s most popular holiday destination. More than 3,300 square meters of water, a 50-meter lane and many children’s attractions such as several water slides and family pools await visitors.
The Triberg waterfalls are an impressive natural spectacle at any time of the year, with a height of 136m and seven steps. A visit to the Triberg waterfalls is also an extraordinary experience for children.
Colmar is a small Alsatian town in north-eastern France. The jewel of the city is the old town with its cobblestone streets and half-timbered houses.
The Renaissance and the Middle Ages shaped the ancient and romantic cityscape.
Discover, learn & marvel at nature (free entry). The outdoor area invites you to take a long walk with lots of information – native and medicinal plants can be found here as well as tropical and exotic species.