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Freiburg im Breisgau is located at the southern part of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald), near to France and Switzerland.
It’s famous for its universities, churches, and its medieval treasures. The city has a flourishing artistic scene that includes street musical group and artists, concerts and plays. From music festival to Carnival to wine festival, Freiburg’s abundant festivals and fairs presents something for all kind of people.
As a matter of fact, the city is considered an Eco City since the Greens (a German party focusing on keeping our world-wide environment intact, so to speak) have a very strong hand here. Even the city’s major is of that party. The citizens have a vital interest in making good use of “green powers.” And the solar power industry have a couple headquarters here. This is also due to the fact that Freiburg is a city with the most sun hours of all of Germany.
All in all, it is a very pleasant spot for traveling around the nearby towns and trails of the southern Black Forest, in addition to the vineyards of the nearby Breisach area, and in addition to the Eco City itself.