1. Süden - The relaxing side of SouthWest Germany
The world turns faster and faster; we always have to be in touch. That’s why we need to get the most out of a holiday, by slowing down and refreshing both body and soul. This edition of our annual magazine is dedicated to relaxation in sunny SouthWest Germany. Tips range from quiet spots off the beaten track, unspoiled countryside and spiritual hikes to health-oriented breaks, slow food and organic regional produce.
2. Süden - The wild Side of SouthWest Germany
SouthWest Germany's south is surprisingly wild: dark forests, rushing gorges and breathtaking landscapes show nature from its original side. You don’t need to venture far to enjoy a spontaneous adventure in the nature.
Sometimes, the most exciting experiences are waiting right outside your front door. All you need for a micro adventure in Baden-Württemberg is a bit of courage and the desire to try new things.
3. Süden - Art and Modern Architecture in SouthWest Germany
In this edition of the magazine, we focus on art and culture. We reflect on the 2019 Bauhaus centenary, look at mans oldest works of art in the caves of the Swabian Alb, visit artistic gardens on Lake Constance and travel back in time to Stuttgart in the 1920s.
4. Süden - Culinary and Culture in SouthWest Germany
Welcome to SÜDEN, SouthWest Germanys magazine for everyone who enjoys the Good Life. Süden means south in German, and the federal state of Baden-Württemberg is not only in the southern part of the country, it is also the sunniest region. Perhaps, thats why locals are known for their warm hospitality.
5. The Baden-Württemberg Vacation Guide
A leisure map for English speakers: sometimes just a one-day-trip feels like a little holiday. In SouthWest Germany, there are different rewarding destination for everyone: from Heidelberg to Lake Constance, from the Black Forest across the Swabian Mountains to Hohenlohe.
6. Traditions & Modern Fun - Insiders Tips for Baden-Württemberg
Visit a castle, stroll past half-timbered houses, order coffee and cake, hike through the forest: here in SouthWest Germany, we enjoy our heritage. Some of our traditions are serious, others are just for fun. But they are part of every familys everyday life. We want to share those experiences with you. And we want you to have fun.
7. Where the past comes to life
Castles, palaces and gardens in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
8. Celebrate Beer - Taste the sunny side of Germany
Many delicious surprises await those who take the time to learn more about Baden-Württembergs treasure trove of delicious beer. After all, who knew SouthWest Germany was home to so many breweries and different types of beer? With 189 breweries, Baden-Württemberg is the second most important beer region in Germany after Bavaria.
9. Welcome to SouthWest Germany - Baden-Württemberg for Leisure and Health Visitors
The brochure in both English and Arabic presents all the different regions and cities, the most popular attractions and many health-care offers.
10. Best of SouthWest Germany
Nine Five Stars Superior Hotels in SouthWest Germany are united in a cooperation called the Best of SouthWest. Weather in one of the most sophisticated city hotels or in a fine country hotel in the typical holiday landscapes of the South: here the guest is treated and spoiled to the highest level of quality.
11. Outdoor Experiences
For away-from-it-all holidays, SouthWest Germany ticks all the boxes. Think unspoiled countryside, lakes and low forested mountains. Dream of lush meadows, green valleys, vineyards and orchards. Hike or bike endless trails; breathe clean air; recharge batteries.
12. Culinary Delights
Eating local dishes, drinking local wines and quaffing local beers are essential ingredients for a memorable holiday. And SouthWest Germany is the best way to experience all this with atmospheric taverns, cheerful cafés, award-winning wineries and historic breweries.
13. Magical Christmas Markets -
Baden-Württemberg Christmas Market Guide
In the build-up to the festive season, nowhere has more romantic Christmas markets than SouthWest Germany. Think medieval and Baroque palaces and houses, and market squares, busy with beautifully-decorated wooden stalls. Buy locally-made toys and artisan gifts; relax with steaming mugs of mulled wine and gingerbread cookies. Take photos of towering Christmas trees, twinkling with a thousand lights. Read our brochure - then come visit SouthWest Germany on a very special Christmas trip.