The Emmendingen Trade Association welcomes you to our town and wishes you a pleasant stay. Take a stroll through the town and discover the diversity of our predominantly owner-operated shops, cafés, restaurants and numerous other offers. You will find an overview of our businesses in the recommendations below.
Discover Emmendingen on foot with our free city walk. The recommended starting point is the tourist information office at the railway station, but of course you can also start the tour individually from any location.
We wish you a lot of fun and an eventful stay with us in Emmendingen!
Points of interest: 21
Walking distance: approx. 3 km
Duration: approx. 1 hour
The Eichberg Tower (POI: 22) is about 35 mins by foot from the city center. The Hochburg Castle is about 1 hour by foot from the city center.
The old margrave city Emmendingen with ist beautiful old town, the medieval ruin of Castle Hochburg and many other sights is a very attractive tourism destination for guests from all over the world.
Viniculture in the district Mundingen, around the ruin of Castle Hochburg and in the idyllic village of Sexau as well as the exclusive gastronomy and regional cuisine are highlights for all gourmets. The Black Forest and Breisgau region offer countless tours for all hiking and biking enthusiasts. More than 200 km of inline skating paths, natural pools and lakes, saunas, sport centers and a high ropes course in close proximity provide a wide range of sport and wellness activities.
The famous Europapark in Rust, the cities Freiburg, Basel (CH) and Strasbourg (F) and the regions Kaiserstuhl, Markgraeflerland and Alsace are wonderful destinations for day trips.
Your starting point for the walking tour (Learn more)
The Emmendinger train station is one of the oldest preserved stations in Germany (Learn more)
Burial place from the 16th century. (Learn more)
One of the most popular artists of his time. (Learn more)
Last completely preserved example of its kind in Emmendingen. (Learn more)
This building has almost 500 years of history. (Learn more)
Today the district office of Emmendingen. (Learn more)
Home of the German Diary Archive. (Learn more)
The weekly market is held here on Tuesdays and Fridays. (Learn more)
Center of the Jewish community in Emmendingen. (Learn more)
The history of this church dates back to the 15th century. (Learn more)
It is now home to the two museums of city history and photography. (Learn more)
Part of the Margrave Castle at the Castle Square. (Learn more)
Worth seeing is the winged altar from 1473 in the chapel. (Learn more)
A beautiful historic park in the heart of the city. (Learn more)
The only still existing city gate in Emmendingen. (Learn more)
Named after the Margrave Karl Friedrich of Baden who granted the rights for this district in 1757. (Learn more)
This building is also known as the 'new castle'. (Learn more)
The former main street of Emmendingen (Learn more)
Former house of the deacon and Latin School of Emmendingen. (Learn more)
The highest observation tower in the Black Forest (Learn more)
The second largest castle in the region of Baden. (Learn more)