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High-Powered Drives Through Fairy-Tale Mountains.

Duration: 5 days

Tour highlights:

  • Challenging driving routes
  • A journey to the country’s top culinary destinations
  • Tight bends, dark pine forests and formidable rocky canyons

For many people, the first images that come to mind when they think about the Black Forest are of evergreen woodlands and idyllic villages. Porsche drivers like yourself mostly think of twists and turns. After all, you know better than anyone that there is no other car that can deliver performance with such precision over endless serpentines and winding country roads as a sports car from Zuffenhausen. So, pick the cherries off the Black Forest Cake and discover the most beautiful stretches of Germany’s famous low mountain range.

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Your itinerary

Day 1
Baden-Baden

The traditional spa, casino and festival town of Baden-Baden is the starting point of your tour – and its first highlight. Situated on the western edge of the northern Black Forest, this gem of a city has always attracted and delighted a select audience with its sophisticated charm. Just like the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa. The historic 5-star luxury hotel is one of the “Leading Hotels of the World” – just the place to be for quality-minded Porsche enthusiasts who appreciate that little something extra. In the evening, while the hotel’s own Brasserie Rive Gauche showcases its fantastically high culinary standards with an enjoyable dinner, you can share your excitement about the coming days with the other participants.

Did you know…? Established almost 150 years ago, the “Brenners” has hosted many persons of note and witnessed many historical events. For example, the preliminary talks on the Franco-German Friendship Treaty took place here in 1962. The protagonists were none other than Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.


Day 2
Baden-Baden – Baiersbronn – Baden-Baden

After a short vehicle briefing, the time to start the engines has come! You start exploring the northern Black Forest on one of the most dynamic routes in Swabia. Eventually, it will take you to Baiersbronn, a world-renowned centre of haute cuisine, where you enjoy upscale regional delicacies. Delicious driving fun is served afterwards, as the route continues towards the “Rote Lache” – a legendary pass that Porsche drivers should cross at least once in their lifetime. Today, it is your turn! It is not for nothing that the pass road is considered one of the most fascinating stretches of road in Germany, and it is sure to inspire you for a long time to come. Back at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, you end the day with a relaxing stroll through the beautiful spa town, enjoying the unique flair of Baden-Baden and a wonderful dinner in the city centre.

Did you know…? Known as the “village of stars,” Baiersbronn is famous for its truly stellar cuisine. Until 2020, the tranquil Black Forest community was the only place in Germany to boast two 3-star restaurants, according to the Guide Michelin.

Day 3
Baden-Baden – Oberwolfach – Hinterzarten

At the wheel of a Porsche, you sometimes may fail to see the Black Forest for all the curves. The Schwarzwaldhochstraße, or Black Forest High Road, is a real gem for expert drivers. The tall beech, fir and spruce trees lining the road seem to cheer you on as you zoom towards the Mummelsee lake. Oberwolfach is the perfect spot for a pit stop before you venture even deeper into the forest. There has never been a more beautiful and exciting drive to the countryside. Alas, even a day in Germany’s highest and largest low mountain range must come to an end at some point. However, a night at Parkhotel Adler, one of the “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”, will do much to comfort you. Located on the leafy outskirts of Hinterzarten, the 5-star hotel’s own restaurant will make sure that your evening ends on a high note with an exquisite dinner.

Did you know…? The Parkhotel Adler preserves precious historical gems and combines them with exciting new features. On the hotel grounds, a faithfully preserved Black Forest house dating back to 1639 rubs elbows with its contemporary counterpart, a modern wellness pavilion featuring a steam bath, saunas, and pools.

Day 4
Hinterzarten - Büsingen - Baden-Baden

A drive through the fabulous lake region of the Titisee and along the Schluchsee is a fitting overture to the highlight of any Black Forest tour: the Feldberg. At 1,493 metres, it is Germany’s highest mountain outside the Alps and a real treat for Porsche drivers. Passing the Black Forest’s largest lake, the Schluchsee, your route continues on with dynamic twists and turns along the German-Swiss border. In Büsingen, the Hotel Restaurant Alte Rheinmühle, located in a charming 300-year-old half-timbered house, invites you to enjoy fine authentic regional cuisine while enjoying a view of the border river that gives the hotel its name. Back in Baden-Baden, it is time to say goodbye to your motorised travel companion and to look forward to the last culinary highlight of your tour. Dinner at the excellent Fritz & Felix restaurant at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa will make your last night within the historic walls of the legendary grand hotel an absolute treat.

Did you know…? Büsingen is the only German municipality located entirely within an exclave. Situated directly on the Rhine, the village is completely surrounded by Swiss territory and borders the cantons of Schaffhausen, Zurich, and Thurgau.

Day 5
Baden-Baden - Stuttgart

Goodbye, Baden-Baden! It was truly a pleasure. A transfer takes you back to the airport. But long after your departure, your mind is sure to dwell on memories of idyllic country roads, solitary serpentines, and centuries-old forests.

Did you know…? In the Middle Ages, Baden-Baden was the residential seat of the Margraviate of Baden. After a devastating town fire in 1689, Baden-Baden was stripped of this status – and Rastatt, 12 kilometres to the north, was made the new margravial seat.


Single room upon request (see additional information)


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Contact Information

For more information, please call
+49 (0) 711 508 705 39
or email porschetravelexperience@sporttotal.com

Additional Information

Minimum number of participants:
8 persons

Package includes:

  • 3 days driving experience in a provided Porsche
    (2 persons per vehicle)
  • Transfer to/from Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa Baden-Baden from/to Stuttgart airport on arrival and departure day
  • 4 nights’ accommodation with breakfast:
    • 3 nights at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa Baden-Baden
    • 1 night at the Parkhotel Adler
  • 3 lunches, 4 dinners
  • Luggage shuttle
  • Porsche Experience package

For single room registrations (4.590,00 € p.p.) please contact the Porsche Travel Experience team.