Our holiday is based in Oberharmersbach, a chocolate box hamlet in the heart of the Black Forest. We make the most of our time with excursions to delights such as Triberg, home to Germany’s highest waterfall, and we spend time in the refined spa town of Baden-Baden which hugs the banks of the River Oos. Another highlight is our stop in pretty Freiburg before continuing onwards to the glittering waters of Lake Titisee. Our base is the Baren Hotel, set in the heart of the quaint village and boasting a terraced beer garden.
Day One. Join direct at the airport for your flight to Baden Baden from where you will be transferred to the Baren Hotel in Oberharmersbach for your four night stay.
Day Two. A free day to relax or use the complimentary ticket available from your hotel to take the train ride to the traditional town of Zell.
Day Three. Look forward to visiting the ancient village of St Peter, then the delightful clock making town of Fürtwangen with its German Cuckoo Clock Museum and finally Triberg, home to Germany’s highest waterfall.
Day Four. A trip to Freiburg, home to the mighty Minster of Our Lady gothic church then we move on to Titisee where you might fancy a boat trip on the tranquil waters.
Day Five. We travel to Mummelsee, the highest lake in the Black Forest then continue to Baden Baden where you might like to treat yourself to a horse and carriage ride. We then head to the airport for our return flight.
Set in the heart of the pretty village of Oberharmersbach, the family run Baren Hotel simply burts with Black Forest charisma with it's style and decor. Facilities include spacious public areas and an inviting beer garden with terrance.
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Prices shown are a guide only. We have included a reasonable budget for your flights; however you may be subject to an airfare supplement. If so you will be informed at the time of booking. Flights are based on lowcost carriers 2018 schedule and can be subject to change.
Customers will be required to walk from the terminal building to the transfer vehicles. Due to security restrictions customers must be able to handle their own luggage while in transit.