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Martinskirche (St. Martin’s church)

Freiburg

The first chapel on the church’s current site dates back to 1206. In 1226, Count Konrad transferred the property to the Franciscan Friars for the construction of a monastery, which was built in stages.

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Historisches Kaufhaus (Historical merchants‘ hall)

Freiburg

The dark-red, elaborately ornate building is hard to miss when passing through Freiburg’s Münsterplatz.

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Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)

Freiburg

The Old Town Hall is located next to the New Town Hall on the Rathausplatz. The two buildings are joined by a bridge and both house the offices of Freiburg's city government.

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Tourist Information Freiburg

Freiburg

Today, the Tourist Information office is located within the historic walls of the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall). We are available here to answer any questions, provide you with a city map and brochures or tell you about events taking place in Freiburg during your stay. Please stop by! Just look for the striking red sandstone facade.

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Haus zum Walfisch (The whale house)

Freiburg

Erasmus von Rotterdam was probably the Whale House’s best-known inhabitant. The world-famous scholar lived here between 1529 and 1531, after fleeing the Reformation in Basel, Switzerland.

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Freiburg Münster (Cathedral) – Our landmark

Freiburg

Why is the Cathedral at the top of the list of things to do in Freiburg and a favorite among locals?

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Cathedral Market Freiburg

Freiburg

There is a lot of hustle and bustle on weekday mornings on the large cathedral market surrounding Freiburg‘s landmark. Fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers attract people just like the “Lange Rote”, Freiburg‘s legendary bratwurst.

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Erzbischöfliches Palais (Archiepiscopal palace)

Freiburg

Since the 14th century, here on the south side of the Münsterplatz, the knights of Breisgau would convene at this meeting place of the “noble drinking society.”

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Martinstor (Martin’s gate)

Freiburg

“It would be an unprecedented act of irreverence if one were to lay a hand on these venerable and impressive witnesses of Freiburg's most ancient history with the intention of tearing them down. [...]” These were the words of Lord Mayor Otto Winterer, shortly after taking office in 1888.

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Markthalle Freiburg (Market Place Freiburg)

Freiburg

Taste your way around the world! Sample cuisines such as the Afghan national dish of Quabili Palau, the Brazilian bean stew Feijoada, or Schäufele, a pork specialty from Baden.

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Klein Venedig (Little Venice)

Freiburg

The clear water flowing through the Gerberau and Fischerau streets reflects the picturesque facades of the old houses and their flower-bedecked windows.

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Augustinermuseum

Freiburg

The Augustiner Museum offers an elegant combination of historical material and modern elements, making it an architectural jewel that is admired far beyond Freiburg, and not only for its construction.

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Zum Roten Bären (Inn "Zum Roten Bären")

Freiburg

The building of this inn is one of the oldest architectural structures in Freiburg. The foundations date back to the city’s establishment in 1120.

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Schwabentor (Swabian gate)

Freiburg

Danger: Leave the city at your own risk! The Schwabentor was built in the middle of the 13th century as a city gate, part of Freiburg’s defense system for protecting its citizens.

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Bertoldsbrunnen (Bertold’s Fountain)

Freiburg

Freiburgers fondly call it “Berti,” but don’t expect a classic fountain with water spouts and a large basin.

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