• image Kurhaus Baden-Baden
    Kurhaus Baden-Baden
  • image Europa-Park, Rust
    Europa-Park, Rust
  • image Vogstbauernhöfe open air museum, Gutach
    Vogstbauernhöfe open air museum, Gutach
  • image Freiburg im Breisgau
    Freiburg im Breisgau
  • image Strasbourg

Quite close!

There is much to experience and discover in a radius of 50km around the Dollenberg. Stroll through the spa town of Baden-Baden and pay
a visit to the world famous casino and the Kurhaus, submerge yourself in the Black Forest´s farming history at the “Vogtsbauernhöfen“
open air museum in Gutach or go on a city trip to Strasbourg or Freiburg that are both close by. The excursion programme is not at
an end with this by any means however …

Karte Ausflugsziele BADEN-BADEN • Frieder Burda Museum: the internationally famous Frieder Burda collection comprises more than 1000 paintings, sculptures, objects and work on paper. It concentrates on classic modern and contemporary art. KARLSRUHE is the third largest town in Baden-Wurttemberg. It was built as a baroque planned town in 1715 with the roads radiating from the castle in a sun or radial form. This arrangement gave Karlsruhe the epithet “fan city“. Discover cultural gems, art, museums, the zoo … STUTTGART • Mercedes-Benz Museum: the Land capital  of Baden-Wurttemberg with numerous museums, the State Theatre, the Old and New State Gallery, the world famous Stuttgart Ballet, the “Wilhelma“ zoological-botanical garden, a large number of historical buildings such as Stuttgart Castle, sports arenas … STRASBOURG • the city of Europe is also the capital of Alsace in addition to it being the seat of numerous European institutions. Famous sites are Strasbourg Cathedral, Münsterplatz – one of the most beautiful city squares in Europe, the well-maintained historical old town »Grande Île« (a World Heritage Site since 1988), the Gerberviertel or tanner´s quarter, the Winstuben … FREUDENSTADT is known for the largest developed market squares in Germany and its special architectural arrangement in the form of a Nine Men´s Morris board. A part of this architecture from Duke Friedrich I. of Wurttemberg from 1599 is the town church. It is one of only 2 angle churches in Germany. HECHINGEN • Hohenzollern Castle: the House of Hohenzollern is one of the most important German dynasties. The castle, built as the family seat of the Hohenzollerns, can be visited. After the castle has been reached on foot or using a shuttle bus, one has a wonderful view in good weather conditions. EUROPA-PARK • Rust is the seasonal amusement park with the most visitors in the world with 11 roller coasters, 5 themed hotels, more than 100 other attractions, around a dozen shows with different programs and the »Wodan Timbur Coaster« wooden roller coaster that opened in 2012 … one of the main attractions is the Silver Star roller coaster, the highest of its kind and also the fastest in Europe until the beginning of 2006. GUTACH • Vogtsbauernhof Open Air Museum: Black Forest farm houses form the 16th to 18th centuries are on display here with outhouses such as a storehouse, bakehouse and distillery, house grain mill and a saw-mill. The visitors have access to most of the buildings. The visitors are provided with a fascinating insight into farming life and living conditions together with Black Forest rural culture and technology. TRIBERG • the world´s largest cuckoo clock in the world that has found its place in the Guinness Book of Records. COLMAR • The Isenheimer Altar in the Antoniter Monastery in Isenheim is deemed to be the main work of Matthias Grünewald (important German representative of the Renaissance). It was created by Grünewald between approx. 1506 and 1515. The altar is eight metres high. This is a so-called folding altarpiece that has three obverse sides, the first side depicting the crucifixion of Christ. FREIBURG im Breisgau is the most southerly city in Germany and is located on the River Dreisam. The old city with the cathedral and the stream that flows through the city are worth visiting. LAKE CONSTANCE • Constance: Lake Constance is also known as the ”Swabian Sea“ due to its touristic diversity. Sailing, cycling, hiking, magnificent excursion destinations, promenades, the Alps panorama ... Constance refers to itself as the “City to the Lake” and has both the flair of a small metropolis and of a university town. SCHAFFHAUSEN • The Rheinfälle are Europe´s largest waterfalls when measured in terms of water content. It is located in the Canton of Schaffhausen (Switzerland), 4km from the town of Schaffhausen. BASEL in the three country triangle Switzerland/Germany/France is the third largest city in Switzerland and is located in the political municipality of Basel. The old town forms its centre, surrounding the market square and the town hall (construction commenced in 1504) and the minster hill with the Palatinate terrace. BLACK FOREST HIGH ROAD: stretches from Freudenstadt to Baden-Baden, a distance of more than 60km. The most attractive tourist road in the Black Forest was already 75 years old in 2007. The entire route provides magnificent views down into the Black Forest valleys, the Rhine Valley and as far as Alsace and the Vosges. There are also numerous tourist highlights such as Lake Mummel, the Lotharpfad or the Wildnispfad paths on Bühlerhöhe. It especially has much on offer for skiers in winter. THE DEUTSCHE FACHWERKSTRASSE now extends from the Elb estuary to Lake Constance and touches six federal states on its journey. Almost 100 timber frame towns have joined forces under the motto “timber frames connect“. Some of the most beautiful towns are in our vicinity. BADISCHE WEINSTRASSE: a more than 160 kilometres long road between Baden-Baden and Weil am Rhein. Before arriving at its destination however, it forms a loop around Kaiserstuhl and Tuniberg. It is often referred to as “Baden´s Gourmet Road“.