Freiburg im Breisgau is a German city, known for being a beacon of sunshine and warmth. Freiburg can be found at the very Western edge of the Black Forest, with a typically German and scenic entrance. This old university town features medieval and Renaissance architecture that will transport you into a German fairytale. Freiburg is also at the end of the Baden wine region, which brings in lots of tourism. This eco-city is a hub for students and researchers alike.
Freiburg City Hall (or the Rathaus) and the gothic Historical Merchants’ Hall are wonderful examples of the architecture you have to see in Freiburg. The Augustinerplatz is a central and charming square with local restaurants, bars, and even the Feierling brewery. This square is a hot spot for university students, who spend hours sitting in the sun during the days or socializing on summer nights. The Munsterplatz has a medieval Cathedral and is the largest square in Freiburg, with a farmers market every day but Sunday. The Munster cathedral, with its gothic spire and rich history is a symbol of the town. The Freiburg Botanic Garden and the Freiburg Arboretum will get you away from the city feel, while the Black Forest will get you deep into German folklore. The best time to visit would be for the wine festival in May, and then again for round two in June!
Follow the Baden wine tour, that makes a stop and ends in Freiburg for a wonderful day trip — or more! This leg of the tour begins in Herbolzheim, and goes through all kinds of wineries before eventually heading back to Freiburg. Also, Freiburg is only two hours away from Zurich in Switzerland. Freiburg is convenient if you have business in Zurich and are looking for a charming get-away — or simply want to soak up the city.
Tripping has thousands of places for you to choose from, in and around the buzzing city. Get your very own funky student apartment to rent out for your stay, or opt for a more traditional German house. Whether you’re looking for a cabin in the woods kind of rental, or a luxurious pad while you enjoy the wine tours — Tripping has you covered.
The longest cable car running in Germany is located around Freiburg. With the number of students roaming around, Freiburg is used to pedestrians, and handles them well. In the city centre, no cars are allowed and its public transportation gets the crowds moving. The Freiburg tramway network, along with buses, do the job right. Lastly, there’s a railway line that runs between Freiburg and other nearby cities. Happy travelling!
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The average price of a nightly rental in Freiburg is $90 while the average price of a weekly rental is $538. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Freiburg home is $25.
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