If you like to travel, you will surely have already discovered a lot of incredible places in addition to the typical cities we all travel to. Whenever I travel I like to be able to visit the most interesting places that are in the vicinity of my destination instead of focusing only on one place since it is not known if I will ever return to that place. The natural environmentsAs you know, I love them, so today I am going to recommend one more.
This place is in Germany and it's about the Black forest, a very rich natural environment thanks to its crystal clear lakes, mountains, hills and lush forests. To get here you will have to get to the city of Baden-Baden since it is settled on the slopes of the Jungle, which leaves it in a spectacular setting. You can get there by train or bus, and the whole area has very interesting places that are worth visiting.
There are several towns that belong to the so-called Black Forest, so perhaps it is a good option to rent a car since you can move around them with greater comfort. It is an area where you also eat wonderfully, especially sausages and sausages (unique in any German corner). It is also a must visit to go through a Konditoreiwhich is a cafeteria where they make a cake shop delicious.
Some of the towns that are in the Black Forest and that are worth visiting are Freudenstadt, Baiersbronn, Staufen, Gutach, Todtanu or Todtmoos, which are also very quiet and charming villages. To know the entire history of the Black Forest it is highly recommended to visit the Outdoor museum that there is in Gutach, and in Todtnau is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the area: the Hangloch-Wasserfall.
If you like natural routes you will be able to enjoy the beautiful in the Black Forest since of the more than 20,000 kilometers of routes The country offers you a large part is in this area. It is perfect for hiking since there are several specific routes with various trails so you can discover the best landscapes of the place according to your level of experience. You can also do kayak or other boat routes, either for sport or for a walk. Some of its lakes are from glacial origin and they are in a spectacular setting, like the Schluchsee and the Titisee.
Germany’s Black Forest: The Tourist Trap and the Bliss (June 2020)