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Camping in Baden-Württemberg

Experience the breathtaking nature and cultural diversity of Baden-Württemberg on a campsite in nature and enjoy the picturesque landscapes, historic towns and culinary delights. Camping in Baden-Württemberg - that means relaxing, enjoying nature and sitting comfortably by the campfire in the middle of the Black Forest and breathing fresh air.

Camps in Baden-Württemberg

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Camping in Baden-Württemberg - this is what our campers think

Explore Baden Wuerttemberg: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Baden-Württemberg is a state in southwestern Germany and offers a unique blend of nature and culture. The region is known for its vineyards, forests, lakes and rivers, as well as its historic towns and picturesque villages.

Places to visit

Top places to visit in Baden-Württemberg include the historic cities of Heidelberg, Freiburg and Stuttgart, Hohenzollern Castle and Lake Constance. The Swabian Alb and the Black Forest are also popular destinations for hikers and nature lovers.

Activities

Baden-Württemberg is a paradise for outdoor activities and offers many opportunities for hiking, biking, climbing and water sports. Families with children will also find numerous attractions here, such as Europa-Park in Rust or the Experimenta Science Center in Heilbronn.

Events, festivals and traditions

There are many events in Baden-Württemberg, such as the Cannstatt Folk Festival, the Heidelberg Castle Festival or the Wine Village in Stuttgart. The Zeltival in Karlsruhe offers concerts and comedy shows, while the Reutlingen Stadtfest offers a wide range of music and street theater. Art lovers should not miss the "Stadt.Wand.Kunst" festival in Heidelberg. Numerous wine festivals and open-air cinemas that make summer evenings unforgettable are also worth a visit.

Best time to travel

The best time to travel to Baden-Württemberg is from May to October, when the weather is mild and nature is in full bloom. The mid-season in spring and autumn is also pleasant and winters in lower-lying regions are often snow-free.

Regional specialities

Baden-Württemberg is known for its diverse cuisine, such as Maultaschen, the popular Spätzle and the world-famous Black Forest cake. Also try the regional wine from Kraichgau or Kaiserstuhl. Either way, you're sure to be happy and full.

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