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Location, arrival & mobility

Hotel Kesslermühle · Erlenbruckerstraße 45 · 79856 Hinterzarten

A5 Karlsruhe – Basel:

Take the Freiburg-Mitte exit, go straight on via the city highway through the city tunnel onto the B31 in the direction of Donaueschingen! Please note that you need a “green fine particle sticker” to drive through on the B31 federal highway in the direction of Donaueschingen. If you do not have one, you can obtain one from the following link: https://www.freiburg.de/pb/ oder unter folgender Telefonnummer: 0761/201-1111 or Exit Freiburg-Nord, through the Glottertal valley via the Thurner to Hinterzarten (you do not need a “green fine dust sticker” for this!)

A81 Stuttgart – Singen:

Exit at the Bad Dürrheim interchange via the A864 and the B27/31 towards Freiburg

From Zurich:

Surbtal, Koblenz, Waldshut B500

In Hinterzarten:

always in the direction of the ski museum, 100 m after that turn left

By train:

Hinterzarten is connected to Freiburg every half hour via the famous Höllentalbahn and thus has a connection to the DB IC and ICE network. The local cab companies are waiting for you at Hinterzarten station. (Please order a taxicab in advance.)
Taxi Stier: 07652 1666
Taxi Frank Witte: 07652 919 929

With the long-distance bus:

to Freiburg or Titisee.

KONUS guest card as a free ticket

Be mobile on site with buses and trains – free of charge!

If you stay overnight with us, you can use buses and trains free of charge in the Black Forest, even for longer distances. The perfect free service for your hike, excursion or shopping trip.

It’s as simple as that:
With your registration you will receive the Black Forest guest card (spa card). The guest card is marked with the KONUS symbol and thus becomes a free ticket in addition to many other services. You only pay the usual tourist tax.

The KONUS guest card is valid for the period of your stay on all buses and trains of the participating transport associations (except ICE, IC and EC trains and mountain railroads).

Further information is available at:
www.konus-schwarzwald.info