The Black Forest National Park

After a long discussion process on whether or not to establish a new national park in the German Federal state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, the 10,000-hectare Black Forest National Park was finally established in 2014.

One year later, the city of Karlsruhe became the first neighbouring city to enter into a partnership with it. Apart from protecting ecological processes and preserving a variety of species and biotopes, national parks are important areas for scientific research and environmental education. They also offer many recreational possibilities for visitors. The Black Forest provides insights into a former managed forest, where nature is now allowed to develop without human intervention and to grow ‘one step wilder’.

Programme

A guided tour by rangers on the ‘Lotharpfad’ in the Black Forest National Park, followed by an expert presentation on a subject of choice with a Q & A session.

Corona Virus

Current information - Corona guide

The shops and restaurants in Karlsruhe are currently open! You can find the current rules here!

Please also contact the companies, shops, organizers or institutions for further information. The information on this website may vary.

You would like to be tested? You can find an overview of all current test sites in the city and district here.

Our tourist information office located on Kaiserstraße 72-74 is open. There is no need for an appointment. The opening hours and more information you can find here.

The city of Karlsruhe provides up-to-date information on the corona crisis at www.corona.karlsruhe.de or by phone +49 721/133-3333.

Stay healthy, and stay tuned!

Your team of Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH and Karlsruhe Marketing und Event GmbH