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Freiburg & Kaiserstuhl

On the doorstep of the Black Forest
Holiday information
Nights: 4
Grade 2: moderate walking
Terrain: city; orchards & vineyards
Hotels: two 4-star hotels
Meals: 4 breakfasts
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This holiday makes the perfect extension to our Walk in the Black Forest.
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • self-guided, centred walking
  • contrast of city with vineyards, orchards and wine-terraced countryside
  • beautiful Freiburg & gastronomic Germany
  • follow the Bee-eaters' Trail

The little-known Kaiserstuhl is part of the floating frontierland between Alsace and Baden Württemburg. It is the warmest and sunniest corner of Germany, right on the doorstep of the Black Forest, and centred on a large, attractive, vine-covered volcanic ‘knoll’ rising up from the pancake-flat Rhine plain. It is idyllic walking country but has a proud gastronomic heritage, too: from its terraced vineyards and excellent Badisch cuisine, with subtle French influences, to the orchards of succulent deep-red cherries that are synonymous with a certain rich chocolate gateau.
Combine walking on Kaiserstuhl with a discovery of the compact medieval city of Freiburg, famed for its Münster, university and Bächle (miniature canals), and you have the perfect introduction to the region, or an excellent extension to our Walk in the Black Forest holiday.

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 Average Temperatures & Rainfall
  J F M A M J J A S O N D
°C 1 3 6 11 15 19 21 20 17 12 6 2
mm 73 65 68 82 103 127 110 124 83 66 83 75

The average maximum daytime temperatures and monthly rainfall relate to the nearest weather station and are intended as a guide only.

The best time for meadow flowers is late May to early July. If you are visiting the Kaiserstuhl, you may spot bee-eaters and other rare birds in mid-May.