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Black Forest and Baden-Baden Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Leave the city of Frankfurt behind and travel to the southwest corner of Germany by luxury coach. You'll head to the northern edge of Germany's Black Forest (Schwarzwald) to discover the sunny region of deep-green woodland that covers the mountains in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. a chic Black Forest spa town for sightseeing with your expert guide. Visit the famous Belle Epoque Kurhaus Casino one of the oldest and most beautiful gambling houses in Europe. Enjoy a guided tour of the historic casino admire the extravagant interior furnishings and soak in the château-like atmosphere.Your day trip continues with a scenic round-trip tour through the vast deep-green woods of the Black Forest
From EUR165.00
 
Heidelberg and Baden-Baden Tour from Frankfurt
"Leave central Frankfurt and travel south to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. Straddling the River Neckar the romantic city is framed by dense woodlands that seemingly try to hide its star attraction – Heidelberg Castle. Referred to as the 'schloss’ by locals the castle is the epitome of a fairytale fortress with palatial Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Drink in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
From EUR228.00
 
Black Forest and Strasbourg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Leave the city of Frankfurt behind and travel to the southwest corner of Germany by luxury coach. You'll head to the northern edge of Germany's Black Forest (Schwarzwald) to discover the sunny region of deep-green woodland that covers the mountains in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. a chic Black Forest spa town for sightseeing with your expert guide. Elegant and sophisticated Baden-Baden offers a delightful townscape of tree-lined avenues grand buildings and boutiques alongside its legendary thermal baths. See the famous Kurhaus Casino before traveling through the dark Black Forest woods to visit Lake Mummelsee.In the afternoon your trip will continue west to the cosmopolitan city of Strasbourg
From EUR185.00

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HOW TO FIND WILHELMA ZOO & BOTANIC GARDENS

To reach Wilhelma zoo & botanic garden's by car..................

A 81 motorway from the direction of Heilbronn/Würzburg
Leave the A 81 at Exit Zuffenhausen (No. 17) and follow the B 10 main road towards the city centre until reaching Wilhelma.
A 8 motorway from the direction of Ulm/München (Munich)
Leave the A 8 at Exit Wendlingen (No. 55) and follow the B 313 main road, at Plochingen the B 19 main road, in the direction of Stuttgart until reaching Wilhelma.
A 81 motorway from the direction of Singen
From Autobahnkreuz/Motorway Junction Stuttgart (No. 20), follow the A 831 motorway/B 14 main road in the direction of the city centre until reaching Wilhelma.
A 8 motorway from the direction of KarlsruheLeave the A 8 at Exit Stuttgart-Vaihingen (No. 51), follow the A 831 motorway/B 14 main road in the direction of the city centre until reaching Wilhelma.

If you haven't these direction's like we didn't, once you reach Stuttgart, then look for a road sign with a WHITE ELEPHANT. These were everywhere, I found them, then told the driver which way to go. In a very busy city, this is a great idea, and we didn't have any problem's finding the Zoo, nor the parking area.

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balhannah
Nov 26, 2011

The Freshmaker!

I don't know if this is the best way to get 'to' Stuttgart considering the Autobahn, but I'd have to say it is definately the best way to 'around' it: The 'smart' Car. I love this machine. It's the result of the finest minds from Mercedes and Swatch getting together to design the ultimate city car. A fun project to do while here, is to photograph each and every different smart car you see. They come in so many different colours, and many different companies use them as little rolling billboards so the range of variety is truly astounding. If you're able, do take one for a spin: it feels like being in a mentos commercial. Forget about Porsche, Audi, BMW, Opel and Volkswagon, these are like big go-carts and loads of fun to zip in and around traffic with, especially if you're in the mood to torment that older, stoic German who just sneered at you from behind the wheel of his Big-Black-Behemoth.

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Todd64
Jan 13, 2003

Getting There by Car

By car : Motorway A8 Stuttgart-München.

Titisee – by Air : Stuttgart Airport, is approx. 120 km.
Basel-Mulhouse Airport, isapprox. 90 km from Titisee-Neustadt

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Nov 20, 2002
 
 
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