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Price and Availability Index for Black Forest
Holiday Letting Price Information in the Black Forest
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in the Black Forest. The week with the highest average prices is in July (20/07 - 27/07). During this week, a night will cost on average £62. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in one week of March (07/03 - 14/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Black Forest
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in the Black Forest. More people travel to Black Forest during a week in July (20/07 - 27/07). So far, 54% of the Black Forest holiday lettings are occupied this week. In contrast, only 15% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in October (19/10 - 26/10).
The Weather in the Black Forest
This is the climate diagram for Black Forest. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Adventure and relaxation with holiday lettings in the Black Forest
With a traditional holiday letting in Germany’s Black Forest, you'll discover one of Europe’s most enchanting natural attractions. This mountainous, densely-forested area of southern Germany is famous for its outdoor recreation possibilities, historic cities, and natural beauty.
How to get to the Black Forest
Situated in the south of Germany close to France and Switzerland, the Black Forest is a rather straightforward destination to reach. Travelling by car affords maximum ease, with many roads leading there from all directions, and it being the recommended way to reach the Black Forest’s more remote attractions. The region’s train service is also very good, and offers a relaxing way to travel. The biggest nearby airports are Frankfurt, Baden, Stuttgart, and Zürich in Switzerland.
Activities in the Black Forest
The Black Forest is renowned for its outdoor recreation opportunities. Here, you’ll have the chance to do all the hiking and biking you may wish. You can also try your hand at more extreme sports, such as paragliding and altitude diving, as well as an array of water sports that take place on the numerous lakes. It is also a popular skiing destination, with a number of resorts located in the region, the most popular being the Feldberg ski resort.
Highlights of the Black Forest
Maulbronn Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most striking of its kind found anywhere in Europe. The medieval monastery dates back more than 850 years and while restorations have taken place since then, many of the original sections have been preserved.
This beautiful spa town is the perfect location for those seeking adventure and relaxation in equal measure. Hike through the wooded valleys that surround Baden-Baden before unwinding in the town’s famous thermal springs, including at Caracalla Therme and Friedrichsbad spas.
Freiburg im Breisgau
The tranquil, laid-back atmosphere of Freiburg im Breisgau is in tune with its elegant architecture and surroundings. Visitors to this university city will find such treasures as the Freiburg Minster, an impressive medieval cathedral, and the peaceful Freiburg Botanical Garden.
Pforzheim is one of the largest cities in the Black Forest and serves as a great base for accessing the region. Known as “The Gold Town” due to the prominence of its jewellery and watches industries, it is also a good place to pick up a souvenir.
A highly walkable city, Karlsruhe is home to cultural attractions such as ZKM, an interactive modern art museum and the Staatliche Kunsthalle, which houses classical paintings. The stunning Karlsruhe Palace, which dates back to 1715, is equally worth a visit.
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