During this walking tour you will learn about the most important information about the historic old town of Freiburg: Münsterplatz, Freiburg Minster, historic department store, city gates, Augustinerplatz, Inselviertel, square of the Old Synagogue, university, new library, city theater, bicycle station, Freiburg Bächle ...
The guide introduces us to the zest for life of the inhabitants and invites you to "just enjoy life" like a real Freiburger.
For young and old
€ 6.00 pp
City tour by bike
Discover the highlights of the city by bike on this 2 or 3-hour bike tour accompanied by a guide. The city is very bicycle-friendly and via an easy route we pass historical places, innovative districts, various viewpoints and through the picturesque old town.
Tour with a certified guide
A stopover in a beer garden can be made by appointment
01/19 - 01/23
€ 27.50 pp
City tour in a historic tram
Get in - close the doors! And go on a special city tour through Freiburg.
Depending on the occasion and taste we spoil you with a glass of sparkling wine and small catering.
Enjoy the most pleasant and varied city tour of Freiburg in a historic tram. We start in the historic old town.
The route passes Gässle, Bächle and Münster to the most modern university library in Europe, the "Black Diamond". You can see, among other things, the highest solar tower in Germany and the second largest bicycle station in the republic.
01/19 - 01/23
Price on request
City tour with public tram
The most comprehensive city tour there is; a city tour in a public tram.
On this varied "Tour de Freiburg" we not only get to know the historic old town, but also the other very different parts of the city.
Step on board and get to know Freiburg from a completely different perspective. The great climate, Bächle, Gässle, Münster, AKW-Wyhl and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 are the main reasons to experience the development potential of this city and its surroundings.
We travel with the residents of Freiburg through eight different parts of the city by public transport. We stop regularly and go outside to see special and interesting sights and projects.
€ 17.50 pp
Cable car to the Schlossberg
Directly from the concert location in the city park
From the city park, a cable car takes you up to an attractive recreational area in just under 3 minutes, which has a wide range for young and old. The tour ends at the Schlossberg - restaurant Dattler, 80 meters above the city garden. From there you reach the Kanonenplatz on the ground floor, from where you can enjoy a great panorama of the Black Forest, the east of Freiburg and the old town of Freiburg.
The top of the Schlossberg with its Schlossberg tower can be reached on foot in about 15 minutes after a short walk. From there you can enjoy a fantastic 360 ° panoramic view of the Black Forest, Freiburg, the Rhine plain, the Vosges and the entire Breisgau.
€ 2.60 pp
In addition to the relatively short cable car to the Schlossberg, there is also a larger run, the Schauinnslandbahn. This cable car takes you safely up to 1220 meters in 20 minutes. A ride on this cable car is a real pleasure. Step in and discover the world from above as you meander comfortably past lush meadows, rustic Black Forest houses and dark pine forests.
€ 9.00 pp
At the top of the De Schauinsland mountain
Walking, arriving at the top you will find a beautiful walking area.
Our tip: combine a walk with a visit to the Schauinslandtoren, a special wooden-frame lookout tower. Climb the almost 22 meter high watchtower, the magnificent view is worth it! From the mountain station you can reach the tower in about 30 minutes.
The Bergwerk Museum
The mine building, built in the Schauinsland in 800 years in search of silver, lead and zinc, is about 100 km long, spread over 22 floors, the largest in the Black Forest.
The Schauinsland Museum Mine offers 2.5-hour + 1.5-hour adventure tours with ladders and electric pit lamps. The 45-minute tour gives a first impression and is also suitable for children.
€ 7.00 pp
Das Berggeheimis: A special group experience! Whether for friends, family, colleagues or team building - the Mystery Walk is simply fun and combines the beautiful nature on the mountain of Freiburg with the fascination of a tricky puzzle in the Live Escape Rooms.
€ 12.00 pp
After you have floated comfortably with the Schauinsland cable car to an altitude of 1,220 m, you will quickly whiz down the valley again: on a high-tech scooter of the latest design and equipped with professional protective clothing, you can ride the longest downhill scooter route in Europe on specially designed forest paths (8 km) back to the valley station. The descent takes about 1 hour (750 vertical meters).
€ 28.00 pp
Freiburg has a large bowling alley, which is a great activity in the afternoon or evening.
€ 4.60 pp
The center of Freiburg is the Münsterplatz. There is a market here every morning except on Sundays. The big red building is a historic building that now houses a large department store.
Augustinerplatz is another large square in Freiburg. Here you will find many restaurants and cafes and the in-house beer brewery, the Feierling brewery, is located here. The brewery has a good Biergarten where you can try the beer. On warm summer evenings there are many people on Augustinerplatz who have fun chatting and making music.
The Kaiser Joseph Strasse in the Altstadt is a long shopping street in Freiburg. The area around the Salzstrasse is known for its varied range of shops.
An hour's drive from Freiburg we can visit the French Colmar, the wine capital of Alsace. With its quaint half-timbered houses, romantic canals, flower-adorned windows, a maze of cobbled alleyways and delicious gastronomy, Colmar is one of the most elegant cities in Alsace. Well worth a visit!
In the town there is a nice kiosk where your association can perform.
We can of course also visit Strasbourg. The capital of Alsace is hip and young and at the same time breathes a lot of history.
The city is of course known for the seat of the European Parliament, which can also be visited as a group.
There are many interesting sights worth visiting, such as the old city center Grande Ile and the beautiful Strasbourg Cathedral. The picturesque town itself is very worthwhile. There is an attractive old center full of winding narrow streets, cozy terraces and bridges over the river Ill that connect the different parts of the city.
You can clearly see the mix between German and French architectural styles here. This is because Strasbourg has been in German and French hands several times. Many local dishes and the atmosphere in Strasbourg and Alsace may therefore feel more German than typically French. In any case, it makes it a unique part of France.
If desired, there are also possibilities here to give an Open Air Concert, for example on the central square of the city, right in front of the Notre - Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral.
Basel is located on the Rhine, right at the point where Switzerland, France and Germany meet.
Basel is Switzerland's oldest university city. It is often said that Basel is not as picturesque as other Swiss cities, and while the city may not be as vibrant as Zurich, there is still a lot to see. Basel is a rich city with numerous cultural attractions, interesting museums and ancient monuments.
Basel's secret logo is the Rhine. All facets of life come together here in spring and summer. Sun worshipers, hikers, students and businessmen are equally present on the bank. The Rhine lures with a cooling dip or a pleasant boat trip; experience a touch of the Mediterranean at the Rhine bend.