The Black Forest Museum is a unique attraction covering 1600 square meters. The Pilgrimage Church Wallfahrtskirche with the attractive “Mesnerhäuschen” and the magnificent wood-carved council chamber in the town hall are masterpieces of architecture and craftsmanship. Following ancient traditions, cuckoo clocks are still made in Triberg – there is a good choice of shops where you can buy many varieties and admire the famous Black Forest clocks.
A must see is Germany’s highest waterfalls! Foaming and roaring, the water plunges 163 meters into the river “Gutach”. On the paths along the seven stages, you experience a magnificent spectacle of nature. The falls are accessible during the whole year and offer an impressive spectacle, even in winter. In addition, the falls are illuminated every day from the morning until night.
Also to be discovered is the “Schwarzwaldbahn” – one of the most beautiful mountain tracks in Europe, with around 35 tunnels. The attraction is not only the harmony of the railway site with its nature, but the constitution itself is still regarded as a masterpiece of engineering nowadays.
TRIBERG TRAVEL FACTS
Arrival Airport: Basel | Transfer Time from airport: 2 hours 30 mins (rail) / 1 hour 45 mins (driving) | 700km from Calais
(Information is approximate and subject to change / rail transfers are not always direct and may involve changing trains).
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