8 room accommodations on a farm in Sasbachwalden village.
8,000 liter “Alde Gott” wine barrels have been converted into rooms.
The barrels sit near a farmhouse that was built in 1665 among the Baden Wine Trail and the hills of the Black Forest.
Equipped with A/C and heating.
Overnight stay includes a welcome bottle of Alde Gott sparkling wine and snack basket with two more wines, bottle of non-alcoholic grape “Winzer”, 2 bottles of mineral water, bakery pastries and sausages.
Cheese is a staple of many cultures. The way a region enjoys its cheese can flavor not only its dishes, but can also be a reflection of the way its people approach life. From a hearty Bavarian side dish best enjoyed in a beer garden, to a mild but flavorful Arab delicacy often shared around the table, here are some of the best ways to enjoy cheese while traveling.
Bavaria offers much more than the beers during Oktoberfest. While sitting in a beer garden anywhere in the region, you’ll find the breakfast veal sausage Weiswurst and the popular Indian-influenced Currywurst on the menu. Accompanying them you’ll also often see kaesespaetzle, a popular dish akin to macaroni and cheese, with a gnocchi-like consistency due to its starchy origins. Sampling it, you’ll be rewarded with a delicious, carb-packed snack dripping with Emmentaler cheese and covered in onions. It’s been described as “what macaroni and cheese is trying to be.” The Swiss version may even be an ancestor to the popular American dish. (See other places you can celebrate Oktoberfest.)……Click Here To Keep Reading
Frankfurt, the fifth largest city in Germany, also happens to be a major hub for culture, tourism, education and commerce. This dynamic city is famous for its trade fairs such as, Messe Frankfurt, one of the world’s largest trade fair; Frankfurt Book Fair, the world’s largest Book Fair and; Frankfurt Motor Show, the world’s largest motor show. Book lovers can catch a last minute flight to Frankfurtand witness the magnificence of the Book Fair scheduled to be held from 19th– 23rd October this year.
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A concrete jungle where old and modern architecture blends-in beautifully to create its own unique charm, Frankfurt, is one of the places which needs to be included in your ‘to explore’ list. The city is known for its bustling nightlife with many bars entertaining their clientele with live music- jazz in particular. Hop on a cheap flight to Frankfurt, drop-in at one of the bars for a few drinks and unwind after a day of sight-seeing.
Popular Tourist Attractions
Naturmuseum Senckenberg– A favorite among kids, it is the second largest museum of natural history in the country. The chief attractions of the museum are all the dinosaur fossils showcased in its exhibits. One of the fossils which fascinate visitors the most is that of a dinosaur with a preserved scaled skin. The museum is famous for being the biggest exhibit of large dinosaurs in Europe.
Romer– One of the city’s most important landmarks, this medieval building is located at Altstadt. It is used as a city hall.
Stadel Museum– An art museum consisting of one of the most important collections in the country, it also houses a library with around 100,000 books. They have around 2,700 paintings, 100,000 drawings & prints and 600 sculptures on display.
Palmengarten– Located in the Westend-Sud district, it’s a lush botanical garden spanning over an area of 22 hectares.
Frankfurt Cathedral– Situated in the centre of the city, it is a Roman Catholic Gothic Church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew.