Adaptable Travel is pleased to announce that it will now be running school trips to the delightful, picture-perfect region of the Black Forest. Located in the south-west of Germany, it gets its name from the thick, dense forest that stretches for miles covering the rough mountains and rolling hills as well as enveloping the beautiful little towns dotted throughout the land.
While the Black Forest may have a quaint feeling surrounding it, there is actually an abundance of sites and excursions that are sure to excite and inspire students. You will find a wide range of educational experiences on offer such as the Wolfach glass blowing demonstrations and tours which teach students about the art of glass blowing, something the region is famous for. Or you could visit the Gutach Open Air Museum which recounts the history of the Black Forest as well as being home to some of the oldest houses and farms in the region.
If you are looking for something to get the blood flowing, you could pay a visit to the extremely popular Euro Park. One of the biggest theme parks in Europe, it has everything you could possibly need to enjoy a full day out including wild rides, exciting shows daily and many restaurants, the Europa Park is a great way to relax and combine leisure and learning.
The Black Forest is a breath taking part of Europe and so you should save some time to take in the sights. Why not take a cable car journey up the Schauinsland Mountains, providing you with a panoramic view of the entire region. Triberg also has its own must see in the form of its roaring waterfalls which are some of the biggest in all of Germany measuring over 496 feet vertically.
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