Music & Concert Tour To The Black Forest
Young music students will enjoy performing in beautiful settings from the Baden-Baden bandshell to Lake Titisee and Strasbourg Cathedral on this music and concert trip.
Cable car ride to the top of Schauinsland Mountain
The world’s largest cuckoo clock at Schonach
Triberg Waterfalls in the forest
Slides and sunbathing at Aquafun Water Park
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
The village of Schonach is in the heart of the Black Forest and well known for its beautiful hiking trails and winter sports. It’s also the home of the world’s largest cuckoo clock, weighing in at nearly six tonnes and over 4m in height. Your students will have the chance to explore inside the clock too and purchase a mini model to take home.
Among the highest waterfalls in Germany and certainly one of the most magical locations – the Gutach River plunges over seven major steps into a plunge pool 163m below. The pathways leading to the site are rich in flora and fauna typical to the region.
The university city of Freiburg is Germany’s southernmost city enjoying a warm and sunny climate. It’s a chance to experience typical German life with bustling market squares, traditional coffeehouses and busy networks of small canals. At its heart is the 500 year old Cathedral with the tower providing fantastic views across the city. Freiburg is also one of the world’s leading green eco cities.
We think this is the best way to reach the summit of Schauinsland Mountain. It’s Germany’s longest two-way cable car system and the ride to the top of the 1284m high peak is always one of the highlights of our trips to Freiburg. The route gives panoramic views of the Black Forest, Rhine Valley and on a clear day, the Swiss Alps. Photo © Ipab.
We never miss a chance to visit the outdoor adventure pools in Schluchseewerk. It’s the perfect way to unwind after a day of tours and rehearsals. Students of all ages find fun on the water slides, sunbathing decks and playing beach games like volleyball and polo.
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