Independent Black Forest locales dating back to medieval times, in 1971, Titisee and Neustadt (along with Rudenberg) banded together to form Titisee-Neustadt. (A few years later, nearby towns Langenordnach, Schwärzenbach and Waldau also joined the union.) Long known as a spa town, Titisee sits on the banks of the lake of the same name. Legend says the name came from Roman Emperor Titus, who was so taken by its beauty that he named it after himself. The area is great for hiking and winter sports.
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4 based on 1 reviews
This alpine lake is a popular place for a summer swim.
Like the view of the lake with black forest background. With many restaurants,shops,and hotels around its typical of convenience holiday places. Suit for all ages. Experience the view from the lake center by renting boat. €7 for 30minutes.
4 based on 1 reviews
According to our motto "Experience.More.Holiday!" visitors can expect a pool complex of superlative experiences in delightful Black Forest surroundings, right by the famous Titisee lake. Our wide range of offers to do with water, relaxation and holiday fun allows everyone to find a personal paradise, regardless of the weather, 365 days a year. Tropical oases, flooded with light, with genuine palm trees and tropical temperatures, guarantee pure holiday feeling! Discover fun, action and a special kind of experience in the GALAXY SCHWARZWALD, with one of the most modern and largest indoor slide systems in the whole of Europe. Thanks to three different levels with various grades of difficulty everyone, adult or child, can discover their own personal challenges.
What a delightful surprise the badeparadies was. We didn‘t know quite what to expect. It was amazing, from the bar in the thermal pool, to the four smaller theraml pools on the side and 5 or 6 saunas and additional thermal pool upstairs. Although it was quite busy on a snowy afternoon, it was still very relaxing. If you come to the Titisee, this is a must visit. Be aware there are three attractions here. One is a Water Park with slides, which has a separate entrance area, the thermal pools in the middle bit, are with swim wear, which we visited and apparently there is a similar nudist thermal pool area, which has a separate entrance and separate facilities, which we did not visit. The three attractions although housed in the same facility are quite separate and there is no flow between them.
4 based on 34 reviews
Not sure what it's like during the week but on the August Sunday we visited the place was rammed with tourists. There's plenty of parking areas dotted around but a lot of visitors arrived by bus and train. There's a tourist information centre at the top end of town but it didn't have much on offer so unless you want to purchase a guide book or map you might as well not bother except for one important reason - there's large clean toilet facilities at the back so worth making a note!
Things you can do include - putt putt, ride the Ferris wheel, take a boat trip, hire a boat, check out numerous well tended flower beds or .......wait at the wall of the Drubba building in anticipation of the large Cuckoo Clock doing something spectacular (and be disappointed!).
The access road to the lake is pedestrianised for the most part but cyclists weave in and out which can be a hastle. As you walk down there's numerous tat shops waiting to relieve you of your money to make an impulse purchase which will look completely naff back home, although some of the Christmas offerings might be worth considering. With the sheer number of cafes/bars/restaurants/fast food outlets there's no chance you'll go hungry either. Oh and don't forget to have a slice of Black Forest gateaux to remind you of the good old days back in the late 70s - all you need is a glass of Laski Riesling to top off memory lane!!
4 based on 35 reviews
Huge miniature railroad museum spanning three floors. There are several areas with meticulously detailed landscapes with towns, villages, Mountains tunnels and roads. Many trains are traveling constantly in various different directions. You can watch for hours. Even our three year old granddaughter was fascinated. This is well worth a visit, particularly on a rainy day. Entry is free with the "Schwarzwald" or Hohenschwarzwald Cards" If you are into Maerklin model trains, they can sell you and advise you about anything related to it. You can see the proprietor loves what he is doing. I highly recommend it.
4 based on 42 reviews
We look forward to receiving you in the Action Forest high ropes course. Enjoy tree top views from the squirrel’s perspective and a journey through the canopy of the Black Forest. We have five different courses or parcours ranging in height and difficulty whereby you overcome obstacles while moving from tree to tree. Always extremely safe, secure and under the watchful eyes of our highly qualifies instructors you move higher with each course. Whether alone, with family or friends or with colleagues you will get to know your limits and overcome them and your fears. As of 2015 we have a new safety system known as the “speed runner” which maximises safety and minimises the risk of an unplanned or unknowingly unhooking of the safety rigging.
The bottom line: we left after ~60 min. with my 13.5 years old daughter crying and the rest of us all upset.
On the front of their homepage they wrote "kids under 14 need an adult supervision". Up to here everything is OK. They didn't make the effort to make a connection and say as well in that sentence "and they can participate only in some of the activities". They didn't said that as well when we bought the tickets or got safety instructions (although they claim it was in a form we received - but German / English is not our native language).
So after the first 3 activities, the instructor told my daughter she can't continue to the next level. What a disappointment! What did they thought we will do? Leave my daughter alone and continue to the next level??
Of course we left the forest and went back, as a family.
While complaining in the office, the lady manager was so unpleasant and without any service capability. She offered no understanding or compassion to my crying daughter. We will never set my foot in The Action Park near titisee.
5 based on 2 reviews
Kids loved it to run around and look for a special glock, there are so many i guess more then thousand, very good prices they even ship if you like, we did this with our big Glock
3 based on 2 reviews
Ich habe das Zorbing meinem Kumpel geschenkt, und natürlich haben wir dann alle mitgemacht. Anfangs dachten wir, es sei ziemlich harmlos, doch schon beim Start merkt man, es ist alles andere als harmlos. Nach den ersten Drehungen weiß man nicht mehr wo oben und unten ist und die Strecke kommt einem sehr lang vor. Wir würden es aufjedenfall wieder machen. Ist wirklich für jedermann was.
3 based on 12 reviews
This is a hustler of a shop scamming naive tourists and visitors with incorrect advice. For small low value trinkets it's OK. But wouldn't recommend buying an expensive Cuckoo clock.
Our experience of shopping at this store was a very unpleasant one.
The hustle is in a very confident and expert advice by eager salesmen (by one named Dennis) to buy and have the clock shipped to your home address rather than taking it in as hand-baggage as it would be more convenient and there would be no additional custom duty charges since it would be shown as a gift. The whole attempt is to close a deal rather than advise honestly.
Unfortunately, this is a complete lie and far from reality as the package is very likely to be inspected and hefty custom duty charged, as we learnt.
There are more honest shops like Drubba Shopping at Titisee or at Triberg. Go there instead.
My advice - avoid if you can, else buy and carry the clocks on person rather than depend on their shipping.
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