Guided tours in Karlsruhe

You can reserve tours from locals who will take you to the most interesting and beautiful places in Karlsruhe, there are more than 5 excursions available for online booking.

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Can Karlsruhe really be seen in a single day?

Whether you're travelling on holiday to the city or simply staying here, you'll be able to find an array of excursions and day trips to enjoy. From the nearby Lichtenstein Castle to the Rosengarten, there are many opportunities to enjoy some fun and exciting experiences while you're in Karlsruhe.

Bad Herrenalb

Located in the Black Forest, Bad Herrenalb is a spa town that is rated a climatic health resort. It offers a wide range of leisure activities, including hiking, cycling, and water sports. Its main attraction is the monastery, Kloster Frauenalb.

The palace was built in 1715-1718. Its 51-meter tower offers fantastic views of the city. It has 158 steps and was renovated in Baroque style.

Its Kurpark has several old trees and wide lawns. It also has fountains, sculptures, and a duck pond.

The spa gardens are easily accessible by foot. Visitors can enjoy the thermal water from a natural spring, and try out a variety of treatments, like massages and aqua gymnastics.

The local government supports sustainable tourism development. The city has also received the TransFair award every two years.


Lichtenstein Castle

Visiting the city of Karlsruhe is a great way to see the sights of the Baden-Wurttemberg region. Its attractions include the Zoological Gardens, which opened to the public in 1865. These are among the oldest zoos in Germany and offer visitors a chance to see over 250 interesting species.

The state of Baden-Wurttemberg is known for its Magnificent Castles, medieval towns, and crystal clear lakes. These attractions make for a wonderful day trip from Stuttgart.

There are countless tours to choose from in this region. A guided tour of the Lichtenstein Castle is a good way to learn about the history of the building. The site is also home to a surprisingly large collection of medieval weapons.

Another option is the state-of-the-art botanic garden. These gardens date back to the beginning of the 19th century and feature over 4,400 animals. These are a great place to take children and wildlife enthusiasts.



During the summer, the Rosengarten is filled with blooming roses. Located on the grounds of former palace gardens, it is a great place to spend a day. Its concert and congress hall can accommodate over 2,000 people. The roses are a treat for the eyes, as they are full of shades of red, pink, white and burgundy.

Karlsruhe has a lot to offer visitors, from the city centre to the castle parks. It is a good base from which to explore the surrounding areas, with its own railway station and bus services. The area is also well connected by motorways.

There are two main tram lines in the city. The S 1 runs from Bad Herrenalb to Karlsruhe, passing through the town centre. The S 11 tram lines alternates between Waldbronn and Karlsbad.

Seewald Leisure Park

Located in the Enzklosterle-Poppeltal region, Seewald Leisure Park offers visitors the longest toboggan ride in Southern Germany. This is a great day trip to take with the family and is a fantastic way to enjoy the nature of the area.

The ice skating rink is open from the end of November until March. If you're looking for something a little more active, there are also some great downhill skiing routes in Baiersbronn.

Another top attraction is the Badisches Landes Museum, which displays ancient Egyptian art. This is a great place to learn about the history of the area.

In addition to the usual tourist sites, the city has many parks and green spaces. You can also visit a zoo with more than 4,000 animals. There are also several fun things to do in Karlsruhe at night.


During your stay in Colmar, you can choose to take day trips to Strasbourg, Freiburg, and Karlsruhe. These cities are all located in the southwest of Germany. They are easy to get to from Colmar and are well connected with the rest of the country.

The Strasbourg region has a great deal to see and do. The city is full of culture, history, political institutions, and beautiful architecture. A one-day trip to Strasbourg will not leave you disappointed.

Several museums are located in the city. If you are interested in learning about Alsace's medieval villages, you can visit the Ecomusee d'Alsace, an open-air museum. There you will find medieval village ruins, a reconstructed village, and a museum showcasing the region's artisanal heritage.

If you are interested in seeing more of the Black Forest, you can take a tour on the 3-See-Bahn. This train travels along the valleys of the Black Forest and past three lakes. It is a scenic ride.

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