Kreuzblume Hotel & Restaurant

Konviktstr. 31, Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Wurttemberg, 79098, Germany
Hotel Kreuzblume
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  • Families100
  • Couples76
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Enjoying the outside seating (and a beer)Enjoying the outside seating (and a beer)

A view of SchwabentorA view of Schwabentor

Kaiser-Joseph-StraßeKaiser-Joseph-Straße

Adelhausen monasteryAdelhausen monastery

Forum Posts

Luggage carrying in Trains

by flexitron

I wish to know are we allowed to carry luggage on te ICE train from Franfurt to Freiburg

Re: Luggage carrying in Trains

by Turtleshell

Yes, you are. If your luggage is extremely bulky, i.e. a drum set or something along that line, you may want to contact Deutsche Bahn first.

Re: Luggage carrying in Trains

by abalada

As long as you can carry the luggage by yourself this is no problem.

The trains stop at intermediate stops only for a short time (2 minutes or less). Thus you should be with your luggage in front of the doors before the train stops in Freiburg.

Travel Tips for Freiburg im Breisgau

Even the glasses smell musty.

by Todd64

Take the time and visit the 'Oldest Pub In Germany.' That's right, I'm talking about the Hotel Bäron Wein und Bierstuben. Now, I don't know if it is in fact the oldest in the country, but it looks pretty old and my friend Jens said it was, so I'll believe him.
Freiburgers don't have a T.V tower as such to speak of, and we all know how much the Germans love to brag about their T.V towers (just talk to any Düsseldorferanian) so they have to find other things and this, as well as their DOM, is one of them. Going inside, sitting down, having a beer and simply soaking in the atmosphere of this rich and truly beautiful antique. I swear some of the patrons looked like they were born before the Great War, but yet they still looked 'fresh' somehow; must be the air. Esthetics are everything.

Traditional costumes of Schwarzwald/Black Forest

by globetrott

Traditional costumes of the Black Forest / Schwarzwald are hard to be seen in the city of Freiburg, except at funny sign-posts like the one on my photograph.
The ladies wear this typical hat with red "Bollen" only as long as they are not yet married.

Old University

by german_eagle

The old university, together with the university church, builds an ensemble which provides a quiet resting place for the exhausted visitor.

The former Jesuit convent was secularised in 1773. The large courtyard (remains of the cloisters) is very picturesque with hedges, trees and roses. In summer theater performances take place here from time to time.

Direction: Bertoldstrasse, western old town

Play streets in Vauban

by Nemorino

All German cities and towns have the option of declaring some of their streets to be "traffic-calmed streets" or "play streets", providing they are willing incur the wrath of the powerful automobile lobbies.

The unusual thing about Vauban is that nearly all the streets in the district have this status. Theoretically anyone with a driver's license is expected to know what this means, but just to make sure there are several signs in Vauban explaining the rules:

--Walking speed must not be exceeded.
--Pedestrians are allowed to use the entire width of the street.
--Children are allowed to play everywhere.
--Parking only in designated areas.
--A high degree of mutual consideration on the part of all road users is necessary.

Second photo: One of the signs listing the rules of a traffic-calmed street.

Third photo: A traffic-calmed street in Vauban. As the photo shows, Vauban is not entirely free of automobiles, since several are parked on this street.

Fourth photo: A young couple on bicycles in Vauban.

Fifth photo: Pedestrians in Vauban.

by car

by german_eagle

This time I went by train to Freiburg, but two years ago I passed by on the way to Switzerland by car. Since Freiburg is located right in the middle of Central Europe it is easily to reach by car.

The German motorway A5 leads you to Freiburg (from Basel or Frankfurt). The A5 is a major European auto route, but unfortunately not in best shape. Lots of trucks frequent the motorway, and often you will come across traffic jams.

Parking is also a problem in Freiburg's city centre, so you better travel by train!

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