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Baden-Württemberg Travel Tips & Suggestions

Hohenstaufen is a interesting town. I love to visit, especially since I have relatives there. There are friendly people and good shopping in Göppingen.
Freiburg is a really interesting place, with its liberal and evironmentally friendly attitude combined with interesting inner city. It reminded me of San Francisco, except smaller and much less gay. I did manage to get a little bored here by the end of my three days, so I only recommend two tops. Going to see a match …
Karlsruhe is a great midsized people, about 250,000 people live there. You can find a huge palace and many cultural things to do. Nightlife is ok, too. And Karlsruhe is one of the warmest cities in Germany very close to the Rhine River, the Black Forest and the French Border (all within 30 minutes).
Heilbronn is a nice, medium- to small-size city with a little bit of everything to do. I've never stayed in a hotel there but it's a nice town/city. Summertime offers nice festivals and the wintertime offers the beautiful WeihnachtMarkt! Enjoy it!
Konstanz is amazing. I love this place! I want to come back.
Baden-Baden is fun to explore especially with all of the staired ally ways that lead into seemingly secret courtyards with foutains. Bring a good pair of shoes because the town is very hilly.
How can you be this charming and such a pretty little marvel, Konstanz!? If you asked one of the thousands of university students studying here why they chose the city, you will most likely hear that he looked at some cities and when he got to Constance, he looked no further. It's not the city that pops to young people …
Lörrach is a small town in the Baden-Württemberg State in southwest Germany, situated near the borders with Switzerland and France. The town is an important cultural spot for this tri-border area, so despite having only fifty thousand residents, there is quite a lot going on throughout the year. With numerous cultural …
Weinheim is a small town in Baden-Württemberg state in Germany, known also as "The Two-Castle City" for its two fortresses overlooking the town. Windeck, the oldest of the two, was built in the early twelfth century to protect the Lorsch monastery, while the Wachenburg is a lot newer. It was built in the early …
Freiburg is a city hugely popular with university students, which is not only due to its university being part of the excellence cluster but also for the city itself. For one thing, it is one of the sunniest places in all of Germany! Add to that incredibly pretty surroundings and the Black Forest on the doorstep plus a …
Mannheim is far off the tourist radar! The only tourists that generally end up in Mannheim are those who missed their connecting train or those who couldn't find a hotel room in Frankfurt during trade fair times. Admittedly, it is not a place to find classic tourist sights and there's not much pretty around, but for …
Ravensburg is a pretty, little town nestled in the surrounding hills. It is the shopping and nightlife hotspot for a rather large crowd from the surrounding villages and smaller towns. Thus, there is a very lively inner city (still retaining its old charm, though) with a huge variety of shops and restaurants. There's …
Baden-Baden is a small German town tucked into the foothills of the Black Forest. Even though it is small in terms of size and population, it has gained great fame throughout Germany and even worldwide for its marvelous opera house. Baden-Baden hostels are centrally located because the city is rather small. Public …
Karlsruhe is one of those places that reminds anyone coming through of how wars sustainably ruin cities. The city was flattened during the war and what has been built since rarely pleases the eye. There is a bit of pretty here and there and a nice castle and botanical garden, but overall this probably is one of the …
Friedrichshafen was a center of the war industry in WWII and thus was hit particularly hard -- basically it's been wiped out. After the war ended, other cities who had shared the same fate chose to at least try and rebuild the former glory or plan out some other form of livable space, but Friedrichshafen seems to have …
Tübingen, Germany is not your usual German city; its cultural and historical background is deeply different from other cities in Germany. It was lucky to be spared from bombing during WWII. In this beautiful university town, there is a jovial and friendly vibe, especially in the summer months, when the city is full of …
Heilbronn, nicknamed the Käthchenstadt after the famous play Katie of Heilbronn, lies in the third-largest German state, Baden-Württemberg, about fifty kilometres north of Stuttgart. It is divided into nine districts, which are connected by solid bus and tram lines, and is a home to about one hundred and twenty …
Stuttgart is situated in the southern part of Germany and is known as the cradle of the automobile. However, it's not as industrial as you might suspect; it is pleasantly surrounded by and full of rolling hills and green spaces. If you are looking for a Stuttgart hostel, there are several options to choose from. It …
Ludwigsburg, Gemany is a medium-sized city in Baden-Württemberg and is located approximately 12 kilometers north of Stuttgart. Because of this proximity, it often dulls in comparison to its bigger brother Stuttgart, but Ludwigsburg itself really deserves some attention. Ludwigsburg is divided into several suburbs. …
Heidelberg is one of the few German cities that was not destroyed in World War II, which means it still has beautiful old buildings dating back as far as the Middle Ages. If you look for hostels in Heidelberg, you may want to find one in the old city center (Altstadt) since this is where all the attractions are. Less …