A couple of blocks north of Marktplatz, this outlet hires mountain bikes and electro-bikes.
Ski-Hirt rents reliable bikes and ski equipment, and can supply details on local cycling options.
Situated 4km northwest of Basel (Switzerland) and 71km south of Freiburg via the A5 motorway, EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg is served by low-cost airline easyJet, which operates flights to destinations includi…
Freiburg's main train station is on the western fringes of the Altstadt, a 1km walk from the centrally located Münsterplatz. Trams 1, 3, 4 and 5 depart regularly for the nearby Freiburg Bertoldsbrunnen stop. It's a …
Stadtwerke Baden-Baden run local buses. Bus 201 (every 10 minutes) links the Bahnhof (train station) with Leopoldsplatz. Bus 205 links the Bahnhof with the airport from Monday to Friday.
Baden-Baden's train station is 5km northwest of the town centre via Lange Strasse. Bus 201 runs frequently between the station and the central Kurhaus stop. The journey takes 18 minutes.
Bus and tram travel within Freiburg is operated by VAG and charged at the one-zone rate. Buy tickets from the vending machines or from the driver and validate upon boarding.
The airport bus goes hourly from Freiburg’s bus station to EuroAirport. The journey takes approximately an hour.
Karlsruhe-Baden-Baden Airport, 15km west of Baden-Baden, serves destinations including London Stansted, Edinburgh, Rome and Malaga by Ryanair.
City, mountain and e-bikes can be rented for €13/14/25 per day at Müllers. An hour’s pedalo/rowing boat/motor boat hire costs €8/8/17.