Attention horse lovers! From May 30 to June 3, the Iffezheim racecourse will once again host its big spring meeting. As the first of the three major annual gallop meetings in Iffezheim, it opens the meeting season in the anniversary year 2018.
If you want to discover the city of Freiburg and its history, the best way is to explore it on foot. The picturesque old town, largely rebuilt in the historical style, tells the medieval history of Freiburg.
As a designated destination for the whole family, Europa-Park naturally also offers a huge range of attractions and activities to its younger visitors and all those who want to take it a little easier.
A well-known folk song here in the Black Forest begins with the words: “Oh Black Forest, oh home, how you are so beautiful…”. But there it is not only what makes the Black Forest so livable and lovable.
The southwest is one of the most beautiful regions in Germany. And if you know how, you can get from A to B quickly, comfortably and easily. But even if you travel by plane, there are numerous attractive options.
For those who like it very fast and really noble, the great summer spectacle of horsepower is recommended: From August 25 to September 2, the Great Week takes place at the racecourse in Iffezheim – just outside Baden-Baden.
The advantages of charter flights? Sun Clear. They offer the greatest possible flexibility and the best possible individual service. Charter customers travel according to their very own schedule, even spontaneous changes can be accommodated and smaller regional airports can be served.
Before German gallop racing takes its winter break, the four-legged thoroughbred ladies will be able to show their skills once again: At the Sales & Racing Festival (Friday, October 19 to Sunday, October 21), the Winter Queen will be determined at the racecourse in Iffezheim.
The name of the city is like an invitation: Baden-Baden. The bathing culture was founded by the Romans. Around the year 70 of our era, army units marched through the Oostal. Their mission: to build a spa for the legion’s base in Strasbourg.
As it gets darker and colder outside and Christmas draws unerringly closer, our French neighbor Strasbourg – better known as the “European Capital” or Alsatian metropolis during the rest of the year – is only known by its wintry nickname.