Celebrate Christmas in the heart of the German Black Forest
A perfect mix of medieval charm, enchanting Christmas Markets, historic castles, and picturesque landscapes
Imagine staying deep in the heart of the German Black Forest over Christmas. Visit medieval towns and explore Christmas Markets on cobblestoned streets.
Explore the magnificent Hohenzollern Castle and visit Gengenbach’s town hall illuminated with the world’s largest advent calendar.
Travel in a first-class air-conditioned touring coach
A complimentary wine, beer or soft drink with all included dinners Welcome drink in Frankfurt 15 meals including buffet breakfast daily (B), 1 lunch (L) and 7 evening meals (D)
7 nights authentic, specially selected hotel accommodation Hotel porterage of 1 bag per person (where available) Free WiFi at hotels
Local guides as described in the itinerary Personal audio system whilst on tour (where available) ALL tips to your Tour Manager, Driver and Local Guides Fully escorted by our experienced Tour Manager
ALL excursions, scenic drives, sightseeing and entrances as described
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Hand Selected Experiences
Travel on the Black Forest High Road, enjoy ‘Christmas Magic’ in Triberg and witness the Hornberger shooting – an annual historical re-enactment
* All 2023/24 dates, prices, itineraries and hotels are tentative and may be subject to change. Please contact our European Tour Specialists for further details.
- Our Christmas, New Year and Northern Lights tours travel throughout the European winter months. The weather can get cold, and roads and pathways can be slippery. When outdoors, please take extra care when navigating slippery surfaces.
- The Hotel Schloss in Hornberg, where you stay for 5 nights does not have a lift. We are able to request ground floor rooms for those with accessibility issues but these cannot be guaranteed until discussed with our sales team.
- We recommend sturdy waterproof shoes, thick socks, a woollen beanie, thermal underclothes, gloves and sunglasses. You will be comfortable when travelling as your first class coach is fitted with heaters and double glazed windows. Once you arrive at your hotel you will be greeted with a warm and comfortable atmosphere.
- Thinking about what to wear? Please read our blog on Wardrobe essentials: https://www.albatrosstours.com.au/news-nest-travel-blog/wardrobe-essentials-for-a-winter-wonderland-tour-in-europe/
Please refer to our Tour Suitability section for more information.
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