South West Wonders 8 Nights / 9 Days


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Arrive Stuttgart

Welcome to the Stuttgart, the capital of the Baden-Württemberg state. Upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in. You stroll through the Palace Gardens (Schlossgarten), past celebrated landmarks, and around the city centre, gain an invaluable insight into the city's history and development. You could try some of the authentic food from this part of Germany at any of the many cafes dotting the promenades. Overnight in Stuttgart.


Following breakfast this morning and arm yourself with Stuttgart card, that we recommend you buy locally you could spend time visiting the Wilhelma Zoo, the Collegiate church, the Ludwigsburg Palace, the Solitude castle etc. There are a variety of sights that are great to see and experience. Prepare yourself for an entertaining exhibition on the artistic and cultural history of the pig as you could visit the world's largest pig museum! Quirky museum in an old slaughterhouse focused on the history, mythology & gastronomy of pigs. Later in the evening you could unwind at any of the Beer Gardens that are so famous in Stuttgart. Overnight in Stuttgart.


Another day free for you in Stuttgart today. You could visit the Porsche Museum and the Mercedes Benz Museum today and a few of the lovely museums and art galleries that again make Stuttgart so famous. The rest of the day is free for you to further explore the city and take in the sights and sounds. Overnight in Stuttgart.

Stuttgart – Baden Baden

This morning you make your way to the train station and catch the train taking you a mere 60 mins to the closest you can get to Heaven – to Baden-Baden, which has a well-established reputation as a chic spa resort at the foot of the Black Forest.

With its glorious parks and beautiful gardens, Baden-Baden is a paradise for people who appreciate the finer things in life and are looking for a relaxing break. Sport, culture, food, drink or wellness – whatever Baden-Baden does, it is never less than first-class.

Upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in. Relax and enjoy strolling through the city.

Come evening and you could try your luck at the famously elegant casino. The largest and oldest casino in Germany, its magnificent rooms is some of the most beautiful in the world. Whether you play the tables or just come along to watch, a visit to the casino is always a special event. Overnight at Baden Baden

Baden Baden

Enjoy breakfast and then head to Merkur Mountain. The longest funicular railway in Germany is one of the attractions in Baden-Baden, and a popular destination for excursions. In little over 5 minutes, and after negotiating inclines of between 23% and 54%, and a difference in altitude of 1,214 feet, you will have reached your target. There is a pleasant restaurant at the summit, the "Merkurstüble", where you can enjoy a tasty bite to eat. Another highlight for visitors to the Merkur Mountain is the chance to take a relaxed tandem flight on a paraglider, to get a bird's eye view of Baden-Baden and the surrounding area.

This afternoon you can pamper yourself at the spa. The spa assembly rooms form the focal point of the town, both architecturally and socially. Carcalla or the Roman-Irish “Friedrichsbad” Spa awaits you for some relaxation.Once rejuvenated, enjoy time out at the old quarter which is full of exclusive boutiques and cafés and is fully pedestrianized.

One of the most beautiful and most important buildings in the town, the spa assembly rooms are Baden-Baden's famous landmark. They are the social heart of Baden-Baden and the scene of glittering galas and balls, grand concerts and broadcast events. Overnight at Baden Baden.

Baden Baden – Europa Park – Baden Baden

Just 1 hr drive away is Europa Park - one of the world's leading theme parks which offer over 100 rides and shows in 12 themed areas based on the various European countries. The main attractions here include roller coasters, water rides, stunt show, ice show and much more. Spend the whole day here and later in the evening you can make your way back to Baden Baden. (Travelling by train however is with 2 changes at Offenburg & Ringsheim and take a bus from Ringsheim to Rust (Europa Park) with a duration of 2 hrs)

Baden Baden – Titisee

Proceed from Baden Baden to Titisee which is approx. 1.5hrs away with a change at Freiburg. Arrive Titisee and check in at the hotel.

  • Visit of the Drubba Shops and then continue for a boat trip on the lake Titisee.
  • The idyllically situated Ice Pond Titisee is only reachable on foot. The nearest parking facilities are at the Titisee lido. The ice pond is just a few minutes' walk from there.
  • Visit chapels & churches in the region – small & quaint built in the early centuries
  • Regional Museum in Titisee-Neustadt - he captivating history of the Black Forest town of Titisee-Neustadt is Brought to life through spectacular pictures, writings, and objects from the daily life of its inhabitants, the "people of the forest".
  • Behind Best Western Hofgurt Stars Hotel in Breitnau - The Ravenna Gorge is a steep and narrow side valley of the Hell Valley. The wild Ravenna stream, with its waterfalls and cascades, paves its way through the valley. The two biggest waterfalls are the Great Ravenna case (16 m) and the Little Ravenna case (6 m).
  • Best Western Hofgurt Stars Hotel in Breitnau. The glassblowing workshop in Hell Valley dates back to the 18th century. The handicraft itself has been refined over time. Classic glassblowing has now been enhanced by modern designs and sophisticated light effects. Admission is free.
  • You can stay in the heart of Titisee or just 15 mins drive away in a hotel in Breitnau where myths converge, where tradition and hospitality show you the

Overnight in Black Forest.

Titisee – Freiburg

It times to depart to Freiburg by train or by road.

Arrive Freiburg & upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in.

Here you will discover a friendly town blessed with abundant sunshine. The attractive old quarter has twisting lanes, pretty courtyards, little streams known as "Bächle", traditional restaurants and quaint bars. Towering over everything is the Minster with its unique spire. Freiburg is an understandably popular choice for wine connoisseurs and gourmets. No other major German town has so many vineyards within its boundaries. The Minster is Freiburg's most famous landmark. Münsterplatz - Minster square - is the focal point and the heart of the town. Freiburg's picturesque old quarter is grouped around Münsterplatz. The open streams - known as "Bächle"- which flow through the streets and lanes add to the charm. Also on Münsterplatz is the Historical Merchants' House, which was built as a customs house and warehouse. Overnight in Freiburg.

Overnight in Freiburg

Depart Freiburg

Getting from Freiburg to EuroAirport itself takes less than an hour. The Airport Bus runs almost hourly. If you are continuing your journey to other places make way to the train station as you leave Freiburg take away wonderful memories of the black forest region and South West Germany