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Gengabach is a beautiful place to visit - peaceful and picturesque, with very interesting architecture. Lots of pretty houses and lovely cafes. Certainly one of the highlights of our visit to the Black Forest region of Germany.
Interesting walk through the narrow cibbled streets. Many small bars and restaurants. Quaint olde style houses all over. Do walk through the old gates either side. Saturday morning market in town square a must
Since this was visited as part of a driving tour of Germany, best to park along the river just outside of the town which is very small. Worth a stroll thru the central plaza and surrounding clipped street to get a flavor of the old...More
Nice little town, parking is possible along the river. There's a train stop right in front of the city center. With a Konus or Schwartzwaldkarte you can travel for free that way. Parking is quite expensive.
The city itself is very nice, with a few...More
Yes, it is a very small town, but it is as beautiful as it an be. Enjoy the small cafeterias, climb the mountain to see the church and view from above or even take a hike to the forest with the wonderful fresh air. I...More
If you only have time to visit one town/village in the Black Forest, Gengenbach is an excellent option. With its picturesque buildings and lane ways, charming hotels and restaurants and pretty setting, it's easy to see why Gengenbach is a favourite of both local and...More
This is the perfectly picturesque medieval town that is a must as a quick stop on your tour of the Black Forrest area. The town is strikingly beautiful with an incredibly adorned church. We even saw two storks nesting a top a roof across the...More
If you are looking for a good example of cute German village just by the Black Forest have a go a Gengenbach. Once you have parked, cross the level crossing and that´s it. Then you´ve just entered this nice village, which is as you´ve probably...More
We spent 5 hours following a self guided tour we obtained from the information centre Our walk included a stop for cake and coffee and rewarding aperol at the end. Houses beautifully maintained dating back to the 1600's. This is wonderfully picturesque. The town town...More