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Where can one get a great breakfast in the morning?

Are there any cultural highlights, museums?

Ideas for 2-3 activities and daytrips?

Good restaurants for dinner?

"Dear Owner of Titisee and nearby. Seeking under the golden wedding (Mai 2016) good restaurants (not 4 stars " (posted 02/08/2016)

Historic Black Forest inns in the old ambience are the "Gasthaus maple" in the district Schwärzenbach or the "Upper Tavern" in the district Langenordnach. More great mid-range restaurants are the "Jostalstüble" in the district Jostal or the "sun-post" in the district Waldau. In Titisee directly is the "Alemannenhof" recommended or high-priced star quality has the "Hotel Bären". Greetings from the Black Forest Ines Janßen-Wehrle
Answer provided by Ines Janßen-Wehrle on 02/09/2016
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There is here in the Black Forest a lot of restaurants, a recommendation is difficult.
Answer provided by Günter Schnell on 02/10/2016
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Hotel Bären in Titisee
Answer provided by Udo und Ursula Beckmann on 02/09/2016
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Typical tourist activities or places that one should NOT do, as they are not worthwhile doing.

Things can do to make it a fun and memorable evening?

How to get around and find best means of local transportation?

"Hello, Is there anywhere we can leave luggage for a few hours in titisee? Thanks, Adrian" (posted 06/20/2015)

At the station there are lockers. The train station in Titisee is currently being rebuilt. Nevertheless, I am assuming that the lockers are usable. Safe luggage can also be deposited at the Tourist Information Office. However, it will then have to be picked up again during the opening hours.
Answer provided by Ines Janßen-Wehrle on 06/20/2015
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I do not know either. Please ask at the tourist info info@hochschwarzwald.de G.Schnell
Answer provided by Günter Schnell on 06/21/2015
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Where to find good quality groceries?

Are there any special local events?

Are there any local food specialties one should try out?

What makes this destination special? Why should one spend some time here during vacation?

Is there a good local deli or restaurant with lunch menu?

Are there any points of interest or local attractions?

What are good places to go for shopping?

Any sporting activites and recommendations to stay active?

"Hello, is there any hiking trail that i can reach from Beefburger, and that ends in Titisee Lake? I would love to go from the train station to hiking in a forest viewing the real Black forest and then end my journey around 17:00 or so in the lake" (posted 08/28/2014)

Hello I am not sure what he wants and Beefburger I do not know. If he wants to walk just a piece to Titisee then he should stop at the station Barental start ('s highest railway station Deutschlans) and Titisee runterwandern.Eine Another possibility would be from the station Hinterzarten to Titisee, just zeimlich. In both cases, ca.1.5 to 2 hours. with best regards from Schluchsee Günter Quick
Answer provided by Günter Schnell on 08/29/2014
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Hi, this is best (not town) run in the center of Titisee train station in Titisee directly. In the pedestrian zone, there are enough options for dining (Right at the beginning "Schnitzel like grandma") After the Hotel Maritim, there is a hiking trail to the "high ridge" on the toboggan run. 350 m height difference. Allow about 1 hour to the high ridge observation tower. or with the "Zäpfle Bähnle" which allows to drive through the nearby woods. Start restaurant "stable" in Titisee (200 meters from the train station towards the city center) Regards Udo Beckmann (Titisee is 5 km away from our Ferienwohng)
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  • Schluchsee
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    The Schluchsee is a reservoir lake in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, southeast of the Titisee in the Black Forest near Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.

    The Schluchsee, with its height of 930 metres above sea level, is the highest reservoir in Germany and also the largest lake in the Black Forest.[1][2] By contrast the Hornberg Basin (Hornbergbecken), is 1,048 metres above sea level, but is the upper basin of a pumped storage hydropower station, rather than a reservoir.

    The water of the reservoir is relatively cool even in summer because of its high elevation.

    The best-known settlements around the Schluchsee are on its northern shores and include the eponymous town of Schluchsee and the hamlets of Seebrugg by the dam itself and Aha. The Three Lakes Railway, an extension of the Höllentalbahn, runs from Titisee station along the northern shore to the terminus at Seebrugg.

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Titisee-Neustadt Overview

The community of Titisee lies on the north shore of Titisee, a lake in the eastern Feldberg (Feldberg vacation rentals | Feldberg travel guide) in the Black Forest, which ranges from 780 to 1 192 m above sea level. The community of Neustadt is found 5 km to the east. The town lies on a small river called the Seebach (Lake Brook) as it comes in from Feldberg-Bärental to feed Titisee, as the Gutach (Good Water) as it flows out of the lake, and east of Neustadt, where it merges with the Haslach to become a whitewater torrent, as the Wutach (Furious Water). After flowing out of the town, it passes through the well known Wutachschlucht (Wutach Gorge), and ends by emptying into the Rhine. Titisee-Neustadt's highest point is the Hochfirst, a peak overlooking the lake on the municipal boundary with Lenzkirch (Lenzkirch vacation rentals | Lenzkirch travel guide) and marked by the Hochfirst Tower. It is 1,192 m high.

Things to See in Titisee-Neustadt

  • Titisee-Neustadt lies on the Deutsche Uhrenstraße ("German Clock Road")
  • Die Städtische Heimatstuben (the city homeland rooms)
  • The Catholic Minster in Neustadt
  • The Hochfirstschanze ski jump (Germany's biggest jump, also one of the world's biggest)
  • The Hochfirstturm (tower) at the top of the Hochfirst (1192 m above sea level)
  • Tiitisee-Neustadt lies in the Naturpark Südschwarzwald (South Black Forest Nature Park). The Mittelweg hiking trail that goes through town leads by many natural monuments.

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More about the History of Titisee-Neustadt

Titisee-Neustadt is divided into seven communities which historically have been separate, although they are now amalgamated into one municipality.


Neustadt was founded in 1250 by the Princes of Fürstenberg. There followed various name changes: the town was called Nova Civitas in 1275 (which has the same meaning in Latin – New City – as the German name Neustadt), in 1294 Neuwenstadt, in 1335 Neuwen-statt, in 1630 Neostadium and in 1650 New-Statt before it later became Neustadt. From 1669 to 1806 there was a Capuchin monastery in Neustadt. In 1817, a great deal of the town was destroyed in a great fire. In the 18th century, the clockmaking trade developed in the town to become a major part of the economy. Titisee-Neustadt came into being in 1971 with the amalgamation of the until then independent district capital of Neustadt with the communities of Titisee and Rudenberg. In 1973 and 1974, the communities of Langenordnach, Schwärzenbach und Waldau were added to the amalgamation.

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Titisee-Neustadt is a city in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. The town is a spa known for its Kneipp hydrotherapeutic and curative methods. Furthermore, it is a winter sport center.

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