Bad Krozingen is a spa town in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated 15 km southwest of Freiburg. In the 1970s, the previously independent villages Biengen, Hausen an der Möhlin, Schlatt and Tunsel, including Schmidhofen, became part of Bad Krozingen.
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4 based on 297 reviews
Visited beginning of June with two young teens. Really liked it. Got in free with konus card but liked it so much we paid to go back. Lots of different pools, kids loved it, we loved it. Worth a visit for sure.
4 based on 44 reviews
Located on top of a hill overlooking its own vinyards, meandering paths and richly green hilly landscape this impressive "Burg" allows splendid views all the way to the Vosges Mountains in the French Alsace. Staufenberg offeres you a rustic outside restaurant with a basic selection of local and regional specialties. One can purchase the vinyards own wines but also a good selecrion of regional wines. Great location for long relaxing walks along the seemingly unending vinyards. Plenty of car parking. Great way of spending a Sunday with family and friends when in this region.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This large 2000 year old Roman Villa was discovered during a flight using ground-penetrating radar. Excavation was financed by the town of Heitersheim and voluntary contributions. The work was done by archaeology students and volunteer workers. What exists today is a remarkably large museum and a representation of the scope and details of the many buildings found on the site.
The Museum staff is enthusiastic and generous with their time and knowledge. The museum descriptions and the film are detailed, yet concise. There are employees around to answer questions and feed your imagination and curiosity.
So, why only 4 Points? This is a work in progress and it will get only better. That Fifth Point will surely come. I was pleased to add a generous contribution to this valuable work.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
Build in 1929 and renovated 30 years ago a nice alternative to go by car up to the top of the Mountains close to Freiburg. The staff is not very friendly and the try squeeze 11 people in a wagon of the size of 9 square meters. If you want to go hiking there a a few round trips from 2-9 km, bit be careful with the descriptions offered in the flyer, because you may end up in the wrong place. The view however is splendid it is definitely worth to make this trip
5 based on 7 reviews
Have you always dreamed of seeing the environment you live in from a bird's eye view? We can fulfill this dream with a gyrocopter flight. Join us on a flight over the beautiful landscape in the border triangle of South Baden. Enjoy the uninterrupted view of the Markgräflerland, the Black Forest, the Vosges and even the Alps. An experienced pilot offers you an unforgettable flight experience with the gyrocopter, one of the safest ultralight aircrafts. The possible low airspeed and the unobstructed panoramic view are also ideal for taking pictures and filming. All you need to bring is a good mood, the desire to fly and good weather. Everything else is provided by us. Treat yourself to a special gift or others in the form of a voucher.
Fantastic experience. Felt very safe while flying. Got to see border of Germany and France Hear about the details of the surrounding countryside Fly around the Mountains and local countryside. Very good value for money, knowledgeable pilot. Got so see far more than any helicopter...MoreThank you very much for your estimation. You are welcome to join us again.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
This is a nice place of an old Roman place. Well restored and preserved. It is also a good place when the weather is raining.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Für Glaskunstinteressierte bietet sich hier eine ausgezeichnete Möglichkeit "hinter die Kulissen" zu sehen. Aus der vielfältigen Ausstellung im vorderen Teil des Ateliers kann mann unzählige wunderschöne Glasarbeiten bewundern und kaufen. Gläser, Schmuckstücke, Gebrauchsartikel, Glasperlen, dekorative Kunstwerke etc.etc.
Im hinteren Teil der Räumlichkeiten wird das Glas zu Kunstwerken verarbeitet. Jedes Werk ist ein Unikat und ein eigenes Kunstwerk. Hier bietet sich die Möglichkeit, dem Glasbläser bei der Herstellung seiner Kunstwerke zu zuschauen. Wer Lust hat, kann sich (mit Vorreservation) die Glasbearbeitung und Glasbläserei oder die Herstellung von Glasperlen detailliert erklären lassen. Hier werden auch ca. 3-stündige Einführungskurse in die Glasbläserei angeboten.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Originally built as a missionary outpost to bring Christianity to the Huns, this little church has stood the test of time. The village continually works to care for and upgrade this incredible piece of its history. Unlike the inaccessible Jewish Synagogue, this church is always open to visitors who come to admire the fragments of the thousand year-old frescoes. The fact that it is so visibly without 90 degree corners is a testament to the builders' lack of knowledge of geometry at the time of construction. There are several memorials for past priests buried there, but non earlier than the 16th century are legible due to the fact they were constructed from sandstone.
This is a very active church that still resonates with the voices of parishioners and even has a solid Youth Group! If you speak German, it is a real treat to attend a Sunday service in the Lutheran tradition here.
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