Brigachtal’s motto is “Attraktiver leben,” or Living More Attractively. Yup, I’d most certainly agree, even if this wonderful town wasn’t in the ever romantic (and pretty) Black Forest.
That being said, you know you’re in for a delightful treat every minute you’re in the great outdoors; and there are certainly a great number of things to do.
Want to go fishing? Yes, you can do that — and you’re able to get a “daily license” for such occasions. Prefer an early morning balloon ride over the countryside? Great, you can do that too.
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Do you like bike riding? You’re in for a treat if you do, and you’re quite close enough to the Donau Bike Path (and the Black Forest Panorama Route) if you want to venture a little further out.
Anyone wishing to stay close to Brigachtal could find happiness just relaxing by one of the BBQ area, or sipping a delicious drink at a local cafe or pub.
Don’t let some winter weather stop you from enjoying the town’s attractive living — there are 8km of cross country skiing trails if you’re interested.
Sorry, not me. I like it cold, but I’d much rather spend every Autumn here — especially for the Kultureller Herbst, or Cultural Autumn. There are countless concerts held throughout the season, many of them free, making it affordable for the whole family.
Some concerts are held in the amazingly historical Kirche St. Martin. Oh you’d never guess it from its modern day appearance, but this church has been holy ground for Christians for over thirteen centuries. Before the original church was built, it was believed to have been an Alemannic burial ground — and before that, a Roman settlement.
In fact, you’ll find all kinds of exhibits on the Romans, Celts, and Alemanni in the Heimatmuseum, or Local History Museum. You can’t miss it, it’s housed in the old schoolhouse.
There’s no doubt about Brigachtal’s attractive living, and I know you’ll find it that way, too.