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Freiburg Tourist Information

From: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

Freiburg Wiehre rabbit photo

ABOVE: Rabbits inhabit a nursery-school playground in the Wiehre quarter.

Local tourist offices

The main office of Freiburg Tourism is at Rathausplatz 2-4 in the Altstadt. Go there to obtain maps and local guidebooks, to book sightseeing tours, or to get answers to questions about the city.

Need a map? See the excellent Stadtplan Freiburg im Breisgau at The map's default view shows the railroad station and the Altstadt. Click the circle to activate the zooming and repositioning control, then click your cursor on any section of the map for a better view.

Other tourism resources

Historic Highlights of Germany, a consortium of 13 German cities known for their architectural interest and charm, has a section about Freiburg titled "On the bright side of life."

Tourism Baden Württemberg, a,k.a. "The Sunny Side of Germany," provides information on the German Southwest, including areas within easy reach of Freiburg im Breisgau. So does the Web site of Black Forest Tourism. For more links, see our Freiburg Day Trips and Excursions page.

Accessible travel: Freiburg für Alle has information about public toilets, railroad services, local transportation, and other topics for mobility-impaired residents and guests.

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