The South West Of Germany

Presentation of the attractions in South West Germany, the University City of Heidelberg is a great attraction for domestic and foreign tourists. Small historic towns, including bad wimpfen in the North of Heilbronn is found along the entire Neckar. Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg, which has to offer very many parks. Ludwigsburg are because the town in the vicinity, and Schwabisch Gmund worth seeing. The university town of Tubingen offers the picturesque city centre and many notable exhibitions in the art gallery. The Black Forest is one of Germany’s most important central uplands. The pine forests, gorges and lakes and spas also delight visitors.

The landmark of the Black Forest cuckoo clock is designed in Triberg. It is still a welcome souvenir not only for Americans, and Asians. By train, you can go on a romantic railway line via Donaueschingen (origin of the Danube) until after Konstanz at Lake Constance. For travelling by car and also for The Black Forest high is motorcycle enthusiasts a dream line, which runs to the heart of the Black Forest in the elegant spa town of Baden-Baden. The Feldberg is the highest point of the Black Forest with its 1493 meters and in the winter a popular ski area. The University City of Freiburg im Breisgau is situated in the Southern Black Forest and is the unofficial capital of the region with their hustle and bustle. In many cities of the Black Forest, as well as in Rottweil, visitors can experience the spectacle of an Alemannic Fasnet in Carnival time. From the 16th century many masks and robes have survived and on a picturesque parade of winter is driven with clamps rattling early in the morning. The Munster in Ulm is the highest are in the world. A walk through the old town with the historic fishing lanes is worth in any case.