As a land of diversity, good food and romantic cities – this is how Germany’s third largest state of Baden-Württemberg presents its visitors.

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Stuttgart

Of the 10.9 million inhabitants of Baden-Nuremberg, more than 600,000 live in the capital Stuttgart. In the center stands the New Castle. Duke Karl Eugen had the late Baroque building erected. After it was heavily destroyed in World War II, the state founded in 1952 decided to rebuild. In sunshine, the Schlossplatz is now a popular meeting place for locals and tourists.

Made in the Land: Stuttgart’s automobile museums

Baden-Württemberg is considered a land of inventors and inventors. With his universal engine, Gottlieb Daimler laid the foundation for the invention of the car in 1886 here. Today, the Mercedes-Benz Museum goes through the history of the automobile, from its beginnings to prototypes and research vehicles. For Porsche fans there is a museum in Stuttgart about the sports car brand.

Black Forest North: View of Baiersbronn (picture-alliance)

Sternedorf: Baiersbronn

In the small Baiersbronn are two 3-star chefs and a 2-star chef resident. Not only the village in the northern Black Forest, but all of Baden-Württemberg is a paradise for gourmets. 74 restaurants have at least one Michelin star. No other state can offer more.

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Black Forest metropolis: Freiburg

Nestled between wooded mountains is the idyllic Freiburg im Breisgau with its 230,000 inhabitants. Especially worth seeing are the Gothic cathedral and the pretty streets of the old town. Numerous cafes and cozy restaurants with excellent cuisine invite you to stroll. Thanks to many environmental projects, Freiburg is also known as the eco-capital of Germany.

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Tourist favorite: Feldberg

The Black Forest is with about 20 million overnight stays in the year Baden-Wuerttemberg most visited region. The highest peak of the low mountain range is the Feldberg with its almost 1500 meters. It offers space for the largest nature reserve in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Around 250,000 tourists come here year round, because the Feldberg is a health resort, hiking and skiing in one.

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Souvenir: Cuckoo Clock

It is a symbol of the Black Forest and Baden-Württemberg – the cuckoo clock. In the middle of the 18th century, its largely identical form was invented. In Schonach and Triberg, the two centers of cuckoo-clock production, the two largest specimens are over 15 meters high. For tourists, the clocks are a popular souvenir.

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Romantic charm: Heidelberg

Numerous artists have immortalized the city in their works, including the writers Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Mark Twain. Landmark of the city is the Heidelberg Castle. It once served as the residence of the Elector Palatine and towers high above the old town and the Neckar. The university is also a defining feature of Heidelberg: at 630, it is the oldest in Germany.

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Pure nature: Rheinauen

Alluvial forests, expansive meadows and a dense network of river arms await visitors to Baden-Württemberg’s Rhine meadows. Here the Rhine still flows untamed through nature. The constantly changing water levels are the life elixir of the Aue – rare animal and plant species profit from it. Visitors can discover these from the flat barge, with the fishermen over the Altrheinarme lead.

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Rich in history: Hohenzollern Castle

On the edge of the Swabian Alb lies the castle Hohenzollern. With its many turrets, battlements and roofs, it is considered a prime example of neo-Gothic castle architecture. To this day, the castle is owned by the Hohenzollern family, who once made the German Emperor. Every year more than 300,000 visitors come.

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Holiday region: Lake Constance

With an area of ​​over 500 square kilometers, Lake Constance is the third largest lake in Central Europe. Baden-Württemberg shares its shores with Bavaria, Switzerland and Austria. The climate is so mild that palm trees and hibiscus grow. Visitors feel far off to the south on Lake Constance. Especially worth seeing is the flower island of Mainau: over one million flowers bloom here every year.


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