Cities & Culture

The Southern Black Forest offers numerous opportunities to spend your holiday. These include, of course, cities such as Freiburg, Colmar, Basel or communities such as Staufen and Münstertal. In addition, the Southern Black Forest offers a rich cultural programme for young and old. Visit cultural sites such as the Franciscan monastery of St. Trudpert, the mining museums or the bee museum in Münstertal..




Freiburg has three million visitors a year... and you could soon be one of them. Visit Freiburg, which can be reached in 30 minutes, and explore the old town with the Freiburg Cathedral or simply go shopping.



Staufen forms a municipality with Münstertal. Visit the Staufen castle ruins here or the doll museum, which moved from Freiburg to Staufen in 2010. Or simply stroll through the listed historic town centre.



Visit the Münstertal valley within a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Explore the monastery of St. Trudpert, founded in the 9th century, the ruins of Scharfenstein Castle or the largest bee museum in Europe.



Colmar is the capital of Alsatian wines and is 50km away from Freiburg. Visit the very well preserved old town of Colmar and admire the historic half-timbered houses. You must not miss "Little Venice"...



Visit the third largest city in Switzerland and explore the city with its many sights. Have a romantic meal on the banks of the Rhine, visit Basel Cathedral or take a look at Basel City Hall.




You like the darkness ? Are you interested in underground history ? Then the Southern Black Forest is the right place for you. Visit the museum mine 5km away.Schauinsland or the Finstergrund mine in Wieden.


St. Blasien Cathedral

St. Blasien is a climatic Kneipp health resort in the southern Black Forest. There you can visit the third largest cathedral in Europe, the famous Dom St. Blasien. Concerts or various festivals are held here regularly.


House of Nature


Hike from the hotel to the Feldberg and visit the House of Nature there. Learn more about the tasks of the nature park here or take a look at the permanent exhibition about animals and plants in the Naturpark 




Visit the Reesenhof in Bernau, which was built in 1789 and is now a local history museum. There you can learn more about the way of life of the Black Forest people as they lived 200 years ago.