SouthWest Germany has it all, from mountains, forests, ravines and river valleys to caves, lakes and vineyards.
Cultural highlights and hidden treasures
There are so many ways to taste the delights of SouthWest Germany.
SouthWest Germany’s regions offer a wide variety. From the Black Forest and the calm beauty of Lake Constance to the Swabian Alb
The stars of the south sparkle from Heidelberg in the very North to Ulm in the South
Small towns: big hearts. A dozen gems in Baden-Württemberg.
Castle Road, Romantic Road... Some of Germany’s most scenic, themed routes cross SouthWest Germany.
Germany's biggest theme park, the famous Heidelberg Castle, an flower island in Lake Constance… SouthWest Germany is full of top attractions.
Year-round family fun in SouthWest German.
Private Luxury Hotels in Baden-Württemberg
Shop til you drop in SouthWest Germany's cities and outlets
Getting to SouthWest Germany by air, train or car
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The HELIO is the largest solar ship on Lake Constance. Experience the unique nature and landscape of the Untersee Lake on the whisper-quiet solar powered boat.
Untersee Cruises: 50-minute tours on the Untersee, during summer holidays sails Friday afternoon from the Radolfzell harbour pier.
Sunset Trips: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May - September from the Mettnau jetty. Departure time depends on sunset.
Tourist Information Evening Tours: End of May to mid-September every Tuesday at 7:00 pm from Radolfzell harbour.
Special Theme Cruises: Music trips with a harpist, readings or culinary trips — the Helio offers much more than just round trip excursions.
See more dates and prices in the Radolfzell Events Calendar or www.solarfaehre.de/aktuelles
Tickets are available at the Tourist Information Radolfzell and on board; drinks served on board. Capacity limited to 48 persons. Trips may be cancelled due to poor sailing weather conditions.