It would be a shame to come all the way to Titisee-Neustadt in the High Black Forest and spend your days inside. This is a place where every minute of every day should be spent under a big blue sky soaking in as much fresh air as your lungs can handle. No matter the season, you’ll find something that will tickle your fancy.
One exception to the outdoor rule is the Titisee-Neustadt Local History Museum. There’s no place better to help you gain a better perspective on the town’s nine neighborhoods.
OK, now get on the most comfortable pair of walking shoes you can find and get going to the South Black Forest Nature Park. There are over 100 kinds of adventure trails though the Naturpark Südschwarzwald, as well as a chance to follow the delicious Cheese Route (great for cheese eating gourmands).
Most of Titisee-Neustadt’s other area attractions will keep you outside, too, including the 18th century Öhlermühle and an observation tower on the mountainside that will give you an aerial view of the Schwarzwald and straight on to the Alps.
It’s here in Titisee-Neustadt where you can take a boat ride on the Titisee, hike or walk on countless trails. When winter arrives, it doesn’t slow down too much here as the area is a winter sports haven.
In fact, the first World Cup of ski jumping was held right here and it’s still popular for many international events. All right, even if ski jumping or snowboarding isn’t for you there’s always golfing, a trim path, and bicycling.
Stay overnight in the Black Forest camping on at one of the two youth hostels. By spending a few nights in the area, you’re able to spend additional time eating some scrumptious regional delicacies (even more than just the famous Black Forest ham or Black Forest Cake).
Titisee-Neustadt is also a Kneipp Health Resort town so there’s not really a better place to relax tired overworked muscles than time at a Black Forest spa.
That’s sure to tickle anyone’s fancy!