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Reviews Baden-Württemberg

Would you like to know what other campers thought about this holiday destination? Then read their reviews about this region below. Baden-Württemberg

Tim Gartside

A pleasant area to visit if the weather is good. We drove to Baden Baden and caught the train to Stuttgart via Pforzheim. There are some excellent local walking tracks within the Forest.

John Shirtcliffe

The region, including the city of Ulm, was very lovely. The local architecture and countryside was worth the long drive.

ian f

fab.. liked it a lot

Camp sites in Baden-Württemberg, on the borders with Switzerland and France

If you plan to go camping in Germany your stay at one of our camp sites in the popular holiday areas of Baden-Württemberg (largest city: Stuttgart) is bound to be a success. A camp site on the Bodensee lake is recommended for a relaxing holiday. The Bodensee is a traditional favourite for camping. It is Central Europe’s biggest lake with lovely historic towns all around. Camp sites around the Bodensee are nowadays favourite bases for sportive campers thanks to their excellent watersports facilities.

Another famous destination for a camping holiday in Germany is the Black Forest (Schwarzwald). There are wonderful views here of valleys, mountain streams and waterfalls carved out by the glaciers, and no fewer than 7000 km of marked footpaths. So there are plenty of camp sites to suit hikers in the Black Forest. If you want a relaxing day away from the camp site in the Black Forest go to Baden Baden. This, as its name suggests is one of the principal spa resorts in the area. Beautiful buildings such as the Neues Schloss, the Stiftskirche and the Friedrichsbad (built on Roman remains!) adorn the town. Most spa towns have grandiose hotels from the 19th century where the bourgeoisie would have stayed.



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