The Black Forest

See the inspiration for the Brothers’ Grimm fairy tales for yourself by taking a trip through the rich delights of the Black Forest. This wooded corner of southern Germany is dotted with traditional half-wooded villages, thermal spring towns, boutique restaurants and vineyards, not to mention one of the best networks of driver-friendly B roads in Europe. 

The itinerary

  • Day Day 1: Stuttgart

    Accommodation: Le Meridien Hotel, Stuttgart

    Arrive in Stuttgart and check into the luxurious Le Meridian Hotel in the city centre. Enjoy the spa facilities of the hotel or take a short trip to the Mercedes Benz Museum, one of the most comprehensive automotive marque museums in the world.

  • Day Day 2: Freiburg via Lichtenstein Castle and Titisee

    Accommodation: Colombi Hotel, Freiburg Old Town

    In the morning, we’ll deliver your car to the Le Meridien and after a quick familiarisation and safety walk-through, you’ll leave Stuttgart for Hohenzollern Castle. Spend some time exploring this enchanting Gothic Revival masterpiece, then get back behind the wheel and stretch the legs of your vehicle on some of the unrestricted sections of the autobahn as you make your way into the Black Forest. 

    Called ‘The Driver’s Forest’ by local motoring enthusiasts, the south of the Black Forest features countless great backroads that beg to be explored. On today’s tour, we’ll guide you along some of our hand-picked favourites.

    In the evening, arrive in Freiburg, the sunniest city in Germany. You’ll have plenty of time to wander along this historic town’s cobblestoned pavements, explore its cosy cafes, bars and restaurants, and soak up the old quarter’s vibrant atmosphere.

  • Day Day 3: Baden-Baden via Route 500 & Baiersbronn

    Accommodation: Roomers Baden Baden Autograph Hotel

    After an exceptional buffet breakfast at Colombi, wind your way across the sinewy byways of the forest to the town of Kniebis and its purpose-built viewing platform. From here, take a short drive to Baiersbronn, the gastronomic capital of the Black Forest. With the highest concentration of Michelin Stars in Germany, the only difficulty here is deciding which restaurant to dine at.

    After your gourmet feast, hit the road again – this time across some of the Black Forest’s lesserknown landscapes towards the tranquil Lake Mummelsee, nestled alongside route 500. Running along a ridge, this famous stretch of tarmac is the backbone of the region’s abundant road network and offers panoramic views across the Black Forest.

    Head to the spa town of Baden-Baden, but not without taking a break at one of the Black Forests premier vineyards, which features a restored castle housing a worldclass restaurant and wine tasting cellar.

    Once you arrive in the spa town of Baden-Baden, check into your home for the night: the designer Roomers Autograph Hotel, with its luxurious spa facilities and rooftop bar overlooking the resort town. The hotel’s midday check-out the next day is the icing on the cake.

  • Day Day 4: Stuttgart via Calw & Zuffenhausen

    Accommodation: Le Meridien Hotel, Stuttgart

    Today, take the wooded road to the town of Bad Wildbad: a breath of fresh air with its thermal baths and trafficfree streets. Not much further along the road is Calw: a town that is consistently voted the prettiest in the Black Forest. Enjoy a relaxing lunch in the picturesque town square of this charming village.

    Motoring back into the outskirts of Stuttgart, the final stop for the day will be in the famous locale of Zuffenhausen, the home of Porsche. The marques museum, restaurant and showroom complex is compact compared to its crosstown counterpart, Mercedes, but no less fascinating, with its display of famous race-winning cars and worldclass restaurant.

    Check-in to the Le Meridien and the evening is yours to explore the architecture and dining precinct of downtown Stuttgart, or just relax in the hotel’s spa area.

  • Day Day 5: Stuttgart

    In the morning, we’ll meet you at the hotel to pick up your car. The rest of the day is yours to explore the Baden-Württemberg capital. 

  • & more

    If you’d like some more time to explore the delights of the Black Forest or perhaps experience the wonders of Strasbourg and the Alsace wine region just across the French border, let us know and we’ll tailor an extended tour to suit you.


The spine of the Black Forest’s road network is Route 500. This famously scenic road is flanked by countless classic, uncrowded byways. There’s also plenty of opportunities to explore your car’s limits of the unrestricted sections of autobahn surrounding Stuttgart.

Audi's first supercar, the R8 encompasses all the marque has learned via it's successful racing program, culminating in the superb, naturally aspirated V10. Inside, the R8 has the best interior in the business.

Audi R8 V10

The ultimate in luxury British convertible touring, the Bentley Continental GTC pampers it occupants while still providing an extremely capable sports driving experience when called on.

Bentley Continental GTC

The understated coupe body of the most compact of the M cars conceals 335 horsepower, making it the perfect choice for tackling the flowing forest roads and passes of the Alps.


A technological tour de force that maintains the impeccable tactility expected of a Ferrari. The 296 GTB is a truly sensory experience; blistering acceleration, sublime mid-engined handling, and an addictive aural scream.

Ferrari 296 GTB

The most powerful Ferrari convertible ever produced has an epic 800 horsepower of naturally aspirated V12 at it's heart. Even for a V12 Ferrari, this striking machine is outrageously fast.

Ferrari 812 GTS

The most powerful normally aspirated Ferrari road car ever produced has an epic 800 horsepower V12 at it's heart. Even for a Ferrari, this striking machine is outrageously quick.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

The F8 Tributo is Ferrari's ultimate expression of usable supercar performance. The F8 is quite likely the most intoxicating way to cruise both The Alps & autobahns.

Ferrari F8 Tributo

The F8 Spider is Ferrari's ultimate expression of usable open-top supercar performance. The F8 is quite likely the most intoxicating way to cruise both The Alps & autobahns.

Ferrari F8 Spider

The potent twin turbo v8, the retractable hard top and sublime neutral handling of the Portofino make it one of the great touring supercars.

Ferrari Portofino

The Roma is considered by many to be the best looking Ferrari available today. It's 2+2 fastback layout, luxurious interior, precise balance and the performance of the twin turbo V8 make it an unrivalled choice as an alpine touring car.

Ferrari Roma

If Lamborghini has a 'user-friendly' car, the charismatic Huracan Evo is it. With it's high revving V10, the all-wheel-drive successor to the Gallardo is a manageable, yet thrilling supercar.

Lamborghini Huracán Evo

The Huracan Evo Spyder has all the performance and charisma of the fixed-roof Huracan but with the notable advantage of absorbing its occupants in the open-air acoustics of that howling V10.   

Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder

Stronger, lighter and faster than it's predecessor, the 720S is McLaren's most advanced iteration of an F1 derived supercar.

McLaren 720S Spider

The convertible version of Mercedes ultimate 2-seater compliments its enigmatic shape with the finest of AMG’s power units wedged under its shapely hood.


Arguably the most dramatic of all German sports coupes, this charismatic 2-seater compliments its enigmatic shape with the finest of AMG’s power units wedged under its shapely hood.


The current iteration of this most iconic of sports cars will captivate you with its ability to effortlessly consume autobahn miles and then precisely scythe its way across twisting mountain passes.

Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

For those who prefer to immerse their senses in the crisp, fresh alpine air, the 911 cabriolet provides a unique open-top touring experience.

Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

The GTS Cabriolet is often considered the sweet spot in the 911 range. The same classic shape and engineering of the 911 S Cabriolet but with a bit more of everything.

Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet

If you haven't driven the turbo, you haven't yet experienced what a 911 is capable of. Just take a glance at the specification figures. As impressive as the are, the figures still don't do justice to the tactile experience that is an unleashed 911 turbo.

Porsche 911 Turbo

Arguably the most tactile of all 911s, the GT3 RS is Porsche's ultimate version of the iconic, naturally aspirated flat 6.

Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche's take on the accessible roadster, the Boxster combines all the marque's engineering know-how into a practical, mid-engined sportscar that never fails to entertain..

Porsche Boxster (718)


Simply choose the car you’d like to drive on this tour, fill out the short enquiry form with your details, preferred dates and any questions you might have and we’ll come back to you within 48 hours.

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The Black Forest

5 Days/4 Nights.
The Car
Price / Couple
  • Audi R8 V10
  • Bentley Continental GTC
  • BMW M2
  • Ferrari 296 GTB
  • Ferrari 812 GTS
  • Ferrari 812 Superfast
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo
  • Ferrari F8 Spider
  • Ferrari Portofino
  • Ferrari Roma
  • Lamborghini Huracán Evo
  • Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder
  • McLaren 720S Spider
  • Mercedes AMG GT C
  • Mercedes AMG GT S
  • Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe
  • Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet
  • Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet
  • Porsche 911 Turbo
  • Porsche 911 GT3
  • Porsche 718 Boxster

The map

Start in Stuttgart, the home of both Mercedes and Porsche. Tour the lush Black Forest region of Southern Germany; Lichtenstein Castle, the charming university town of Freiburg, the vineyards surrounding Baden-Baden and of course, the renowned spa town itself.

  • 250 kms / 155 mi
    Stuttgart, Germany
  • 175 kms / 110 mi
    Freiberg, Germany
  • 125 kms / 75 mi
    Baden-Baden, Germany
  • Stuttgart, Germany