Attractions

  • Europa-Park

    Address:
    Europa-Park-Straße 2, 77977 Rust, Germany .

    Unforgettable moments in the best amusement park in the world.

  • Rulantica

    Address:
    Roland-Mack-Ring 1, 77977 Rust, Germany .

    Have a fun day at Rulantica with the whole family. Rulantica is the indoor swimming pool/waterworld by Europa-Park.

  • YULLBE

    Address:
    Roland-Mack-Ring 1, 77977 Rust, Germany .

    Full Body Tracking Free Roaming VR-Experience – that’s what you call it. A fun experience for everyone who’s not afraid of heights. (Minimum age: 12 years)

  • Rust

    Address:
    77977 Rust, Germany .

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  • Kaiserstuhl

    Address:
    Kaiserstuhl, 79346 Endingen am Kaiserstuhl, Germany .

    Explore the vacation area “Kaiserstuhl” set between Black Forest and Rhein yourself.

  • Schwarzwald

    Address:
    Black Forest, Germany .

    Go for a hike to explore the Black Forest.

  • Freiburg

    Address:
    Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany .

    Freiburg, the sunny Black Forest metropolis, the 'capital City of the Black Forest'

    Walk around the many old buildings of Freiburg’s historic district and pick up a coffee from one of the small cafes located right around the city centre.

  • Funny-World

    Address:
    Allmendstraße 1, 77966 Kappel-Grafenhausen, Germany .

    Funny-World is a mix of playground and theme park in one. A must-see for every child. You will find Funny-World within the next village.

  • Naturschutzgebiet Taubergiessen

    Address:
    Zuckerbrücke, Rust, Germany .

    "A jungle in the middle of Germany" is what our wonderful nature reserve in Rust is often called. The uniquely beautiful, approx. 1700 hectare area extends along the Rhine.

    Wild romance on the Rhine - boat trips can be booked directly with us.

  • Waldklettergarten Kenzingen

    Address:
    Bombacher Str.79341 Kenzingen .

    "Adventure in the forest" is the unmistakable original for fun and thrills in southwest Germany.

     

  • Schwarzwälder Freilichtmuseum Vogtsbauernhof

    Address:
    Wählerbrücke 1, 77793 Gutach (Schwarzwaldbahn), Germany .

    A great experience in the Black Forest open-air museum Vogtsbauernhof. See how people lived and worked in the Black Forest up to 600 years ago!

  • Nationalpark Nordschwarzwald

    Address:
    Schwarzwaldhochstraße 2, 77889 Seebach, Germany .

    The wild beauties of the Black Forest, the magic of untouched nature, islands full of peace and quiet far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life - guests can experience all of this in the Black Forest National Park, which was founded in 2014.

  • Hohkönigsburg (haut-koenigsbourg)

    Address:
    67600 Orschwiller, France .

    The Hohkönigsburg was built in the 12th century and witnessed several centuries of internal European disputes and rivalries between feudal lords, kings and emperors. Over the years, the castle has had a number of famous owners who have had a major impact on their time, but also on the castle itself.

  • Baumkronenweg Waldkirch

    Address:
    Baumkronenweg Waldkirch, Erwin-Sick-Straße, 79183 Waldkirch, Germany .

    The treetop path leads you into the fascinating world of the mighty treetops of the Black Forest. You can observe the flora and fauna of the species-rich treetops up close - and reward yourself with breathtaking views of the Rhine Valley with the Kaiserstuhl and the Vosges.

  • Colmar (Alsace)

    Address:
    Colmar, France .

    Quaint half-timbered villages, hillsides covered by vines and the smell of fresh baguette – Elsass is worth a visit.

    Picturesque half-timbered houses, romantic canals, flower-adorned windows, winding streets and tasty cuisine: Perhaps the prettiest city in Alsace invites you to live to the full!

  • Strasbourg (Alsace)

    Address:
    Strasbourg, France .

    Quaint half-timbered villages, hillsides covered by vines and the smell of fresh baguette – Elsass is worth a visit.

    Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region in north-eastern France and also the official seat of the European Parliament. The city lies on the border with Germany and combines German and French influences in its culture and architecture.