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On the Dreisam River in southern Germany is the city of Freiburg. It is a city famous for its university and its close proximity to the Black Forest. It is also well known for its Black Forest ham and gateaux as well as its wines, as it is central to the wine growing region. Car hire at Freiburg I BR Train Station is the best way for visitors to travel.
The city is famous for its ancient cathedral and university. The first thing that visitors see is the cathedral, called Freiburg Munster. It was built in the earlier part of the last millennium, and is open for the public. Climb up to the top of the tower for views of the city.
For other historical city sites, use the cheap car hire at Freiburg I BR Train Station to drive around the city, stopping whenever you choose to visit each site. The red brick Historisches Kaufhaus (historical marketplace) is particularly beautiful, as is the Altes Rathaus (the old city hall). A place of recent historical significance is the Platz der Alten Synagogue (Old Synagogue Square). The old synagogue here was destroyed by the Nazis during the Night of Broken Glass.
If you feel like a romantic meal of an evening, or simply a drink with friends, make your way to Augustiner Platz, where the Augustiner Museum is, as this pretty square is full of restaurants offering both local and international food, plenty of bars and the local brewery's beer garden.
Spend a day out of the city using the car rental at Freiburg I BR Train Station. Drive to the Black Forest, which is only a short distance away, and try the famous Black Forest gateaux, walk through the hills and forests, buy some wood carvings or clocks, made in the traditional way by the local people, or if you are there just before lent, you will be able to experience the festival of Fastnacht (or Fasnet in the Black Forest).