7 Days trip in Germany

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Cultural experiences Food exploration Outdoor adventures City sightseeing
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Germany is a diverse and prosperous country in central-western Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and modern economy.

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Day 1

  1. Freiburg

    120 minutes

    Start your trip in the charming city of Freiburg, known for its beautiful architecture, historic old town, and vibrant student life. Visit the Freiburg Cathedral, the Freiburg Minster and MarktHalle for local delicacies.

  2. Todtnau

    180 minutes

    Take a scenic drive through the Black Forest to Todtnau, a lovely town nestled in the heart of the forest. Here, take a exhilarating ride down Germany's longest toboggan run, the Todtnauer Waterfall, or hike the Rothauspfad Trail

  3. Gutach

    120 minutes

    Visit the Black Forest Open-Air Museum in Gutach, where you can explore traditional Black Forest farmhouses, learn about local customs and crafts, and taste authentic Black Forest cuisine. Try some delicious Black Forest ham and cake.

Day 2

  1. Tennenbronn

    180 minutes

    Start your day with a hike in the beautiful countryside around Tennenbronn, where you can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Afterwards, stop by the Kuckucksbähnel Café for some coffee and cake.

  2. Triberg

    120 minutes

    Visit the picturesque town of Triberg, home to the famous Triberg Waterfalls and the Black Forest Museum. Observe the world's largest cuckoo clock, visit the House of 1000 Clocks and try some authentic Black Forest cake.

  3. Baden-Baden

    180 minutes

    Spend the evening exploring the beautiful spa town of Baden-Baden, renowned for its art, culture, and thermal baths. Visit the famous Kurhaus Casino, stroll around the lovely Lichtentaler Allee or visit the gourmet Baden-Baden farmers’ market

Day 3

  1. Offenburg

    240 minutes

    Explore the charming town of Offenburg, known for its fantastic cuisine and its historic old town. Take a stroll around the city center and visit local cheese factories, wine cellars, and chocolate shops.

  2. Europa-Park

    360 minutes

    Visit the famous Europa-Park, one of Europe's largest amusement parks and enjoy a range of exciting rides, unique attractions and shows, such as the impressive Big Blue Whale.

  3. Strasbourg

    240 minutes

    Spend the evening in Strasbourg, the capital of the neighboring Alsace region and explore one of Europe's most beautiful cities. Enjoy a river cruise, visit Strasbourg Cathedral and dine at one of its renowned restaurants

Day 4

  1. Freiburg

    120 minutes

    Return to your starting point, Freiburg, and take a tour of the Augustiner Museum. This beautiful museum is home to an excellent collection of European art from the Middle Ages to the present day. Have lunch at the legendary Schlossberg restaurant

  2. Titisee

    180 minutes

    Visit the beautiful Lake Titisee, a glacial lake located in the heart of the forest. Here, enjoy a boat ride trip, go fishing or kayaking or simply take a relaxing stroll around the picturesque surroundings.

  3. Feldberg

    240 minutes

    Hike up to the top of Feldberg Mountain, the highest peak in the Black Forest, and enjoy stunning views of the region's picturesque landscapes while hiking or snowshoeing through the wilderness

Day 5

  1. Heidelberg

    240 minutes

    Visit the historic town of Heidelberg, home to the famous Heidelberg Castle. Admire the spectacular views of the Neckar River from Millennium Tower and explore the charming streets around the Old Town of Heidelberg.

  2. Frankfurt

    240 minutes

    Visit the bustling city of Frankfurt, known for its charming old town, iconic city skyline and its unique architecture, such as Goethe's House, the Paulskirche, and the Römerberg.

  3. Heidelberg

    240 minutes

    Spend the evening in Heidelberg and dine at one of the city's Michelin-starred restaurants. Enjoy the taste of local specialties such as spaetzle, potato dumplings, and eel soup, combined with excellent wines from the Rhine region.

Day 6

  1. Baden-Baden

    240 minutes

    Return to Baden-Baden and visit the Friedrichsbad Roman-Irish Bath. These baths are an excellent way to relax your muscles after a long week while still learning about Germany's history. Later, explore the city's gourmet market

  2. Alpirsbach

    180 minutes

    Visit the small town of Alpirsbach, home to the Alpirsbach Brewery, one of Germany's oldest breweries. Explore the brewery museum and participate in some beer tasting activities in a calm and relaxing setting.

  3. Triberg

    240 minutes

    Return to Triberg for dinner and visit the Bierstube zum Kuckuck, a restaurant renowned for its charming atmosphere, friendly service, and wide range of delicious German beers and hearty pub fare.

Day 7

  1. Hinterzarten

    240 minutes

    Spend your last day hiking the many beautiful trails of Hinterzarten, a charming village in the Black Forest's beautiful nature. Be sure to stop off at the Black Forest high road to see the scenery in unique perspective.

  2. Schluchsee

    180 minutes

    Visit Schluchsee Lake, Germany's largest lake in the Black Forest region and home to a vast array of activities, like swimming, fishing, hiking or even kayaking. It's a wonderful way to bid a final goodbye to the forest.

  3. Freiburg

    120 minutes

    Return to Freiburg for your last night and celebrate great food, stunning architecture and wonderful memories. Spend your last evening relaxing in the city's charming squares and say farewell to your Black Forest adventure.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-50 (price per night in USD)


30-100 (estimated price in USD)
bicycle rental


street food
5-10 (estimated price in USD)
budget restaurants
fancy restaurants

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