Fantastic excursions something for everyone!

Ettenheim and thus our guesthouse is beautifully located between vineyards and lies right at the foot of the Black Forest. Lovely valleys run through this area where you can find fantastic spots for hiking and relaxing. Its region is truly  perfect as it offers many great sights and attractions. There is something for everyone and you will never feel bored.

Especially if you, your family or group want to stay longer than two days you should consider buying the Black Forest Card. Many admission fees are either reduced or even for free.

But no matter what you want to experience (culture, action or nature) - you will find it close to our guest house!

Europa Park

#Parks & action
(about 10 minutes)

The world's best theme park is within sight of our guest house. There is always something to experience. For more information take a look at its official homepage 

https://www.europapark.de/en 

Climbing Park Kenzingen

#Parks & Action
(about 10 minutes)

For the adventurous the Kenzingen climbing park is an exciting destination. It is perfect to exercise your sense of balance and coordination skills in the treetops.

https://www.abenteuer-im-wald.de/en/

Steinwasenpark

#Parks & Action
(about 50 minutes)

The Steinwasenpark located near the Titisee is a great destination, if you want to spice up your stay at the heights of the Black Forest with action for the kids.

https://www.steinwasen-park.de/en

Titisee

#Recreation & nature
(about 60 minutes)

For every Black Forest lover an absolute must see: the Titisee. Idyllically located directly below the Feldberg, there are not many places where the Black Forest can be experienced so intensely.

You can easily fill a day with boat trips and other leisure spots close by such as the Badeparadies Schwarzwald.

https://www.hochschwarzwald.de/Titisee

Boat trip at Taubergießen

#Recreation & nature
(about 15 minutes)

The nature reserve Taubergießen offers unforgettable moments, especially if you discover it with a boat or canoe trip. It is only a few minutes drive from our house and definitely worth a visit!

https://www.naturzentrum-rheinauen.eu/en/boating-in-taubergiessen

Swimming pool Ettenheim

#Recreation & nature
(about 5 minutes)

The pool is a great place to cool down again especially on hot summer days. It is generously designed and also offers many opportunites to play for children. It was newly renovated just a few years ago and is a good place to relax - also for the whole family!

https://www.ettenheim.de/spiel-spass-und-erholung-im-schwimmbad

Baroque city Ettenheim

#Cities & Culture
(about 3 minutes)

The old town with its 13,000 inhabitants is one of the best-preserved baroque places in Germany. It's like taking a little time travel to go for a walk and stroll within its walls. In addition there are beautiful cafés in many picturesque squares and streets where you can enjoy ice cream and the sight of beautiful buildings. You can find more at:

www.ettenheim.de/tourismus-kultur-freizeit

Hochkönigsburg

#Cities & Culture
(about 30 minutes)

Undisputably the Hochkönigsburg is one of the most impressive castles in Europe. It is beautifully situated on a hilltop near the Alsatian town of Selestat, on the edge of the Vosges. You can visit its inside and outside throughout the whole year and enjoy its magnificent view of the Rhine Valley.

Directly in the neighborhood there is the so-called monkey forest and in summer a bird of prey show. These three attractions alone are worth a day in the region!

http://www.haut-koenigsbourg.fr/en/
https://www.montagnedessinges.com/en/

Freiburg

#Cities & Culture
(about 25 minutes)

"The most beautiful tower of Christendom", among other things, is gladly attributed to the truly imposing tower of the Freiburg Minster. And this is not the only breathtaking attraction. The whole city is an eye-catcher and definitely worth a day, especially if you also want to shop a bit.

You can find more at: https://visit.freiburg.de/en

Strasbourg

#Cities & Culture
(about 30 minutes)

Strasbourg, one of the oldest cities on the Upper Rhine and one of the centers of the region in Roman times, is an absolute must for anyone who wants to explore my home region. Its city center has been an Unesco World Heritage Site since the 1980s.

Hardly no one knows that the Strasbourg Cathedral in the 19th century was the tallest building in the world for several years and is still the tallest sandstone-built sacral structure. You should not miss this view and the many other beautiful treasures Strasbourg has to offer.

You can find more at:
https://www.tourisme-alsace.com/en/strasbourg-tourism/