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Breisach, Badischer Winzerkeller

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Breisach, Badischer Winzerkeller

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Zum Kaiserstuhl 16, 79206 Breisach am Rhein, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
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Breisach upon Rhine Sightseeing and Wine Tasting Tour
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Breisach upon Rhine Sightseeing and Wine Tasting Tour

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Explore the town of Breisach on a sightseeing tour that gets off to a good start—with a glass of sparkling wine. Then follow a guide through the historical town center of Breisach to see landmarks like the St Stephan cathedral. Enjoy lovely views of the region, from the Rhine to the Black Forest, and learn about the town's centuries of history. You also have the option to include a visit to a winery.
$12.03 per adult
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Maioha wrote a review Aug 2018
Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany487 contributions79 helpful votes
Two weeks ago, friends of ours in Breisach suggested we go to the Badische Winzerkeller for a Flammkuchen. We arrived there last night at a quarter past seven and there was NO FOOD left - no Flammkuchen or any of the "other culinary delights" that are offered on the Badische Winzerkeller's website, as follows: "Und von April bis Ende September lädt Sie unsere Weinterrasse mit leckeren badischen Flammekuchen und weiteren kulinarischen Köstlichkeiten zum Verweilen ein." We were very disappointed and amazed that a large organisation like the Badische Winzerkeller can run out of food so early in the evening.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Patbro wrote a review Jul 2017
Delray Beach, Florida465 contributions119 helpful votes
This is a really nice area to just walk around for a couple of hours. We were on a cruise on the Rhine and our boat docked here and most everyone went on a guided tour of a large city nearby, but we wanted to see what a small German town really was like. This is a perfect place to do so. Walking through the neighborhoods on the way to the town center gave us a good idea of the town and its architecture and way of life. We also stopped for a snack and drink, of course!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Roger335 wrote a review May 2016
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom45 contributions19 helpful votes
Four days in the Black Forest area, staying near Breisach was delightful. Toured the area by car, boat and train giving us a complete understanding of what the Rhine, mountains and towns can offer in this region of Germany that provides a new experience at every turn of the river, road or rail-track. Short cruises on the Rhine are inexpensive in boats that offer full food and drink service and a running commentary of the sights (commentary in French and German only). The train service is excellent, once you understand the automatic ticket machines that even baffled German tourists! A train trip to the city of Freiburg is a must, saves the bother of finding carparking and the main station is city centre located. If you stay in Breisach then the train ride is free.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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DaveTurlock_ca wrote a review Apr 2012
Turlock, ca143 contributions304 helpful votes
Visited the Black Forest April 3, 2012 as part of our Viking River Boat cruise. The scenery was just OK. Keep in mind we live near the California Sierra Nevada mountains and Yosemite and this didn't come close at all. The highest elevation was about 3,000 ft, so the scenery was more scrub bushes and like that. The stop at the clock shop and glass blowing was touristy, but the entire experience was kinda ho-hum. I guess that's why they call the forest BLACK....I wouldn't waste my time in Europe on a trip back there. Hope this helps you with your plans.
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Date of experience: April 2012
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Enairam D wrote a review Jan 2012
Bern, Schweiz79 contributions52 helpful votes
If you are on your way and have a driver who can resist delicious wines you should visit this place. If you are tempted to taste, better pass by
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