An unusual feature of the Bresgau Hbf is that the tram stops at the station and is located on a bridge across the railway track.
The bridge is connected to the platform/gorge of the station via stairs, escalators and lifts (behind the escalator), at the southern end of the station - so in front of the train arriving from the north (from Karlsruhe, Mannheim, etc.) And the rear of the train arriving from Basel.
If you don't need a tram or want to take a taxi, you can leave the station through its main building.
It connects to gleis (platform/track) 2 - 8 via the channel below the track.
Escalators and stairs connect the canyon (platform/track) to the passageway, with escalators and lifts entering the main station building.
A 10-minute walk from the Hbf in Breisgau to the city centre, from the main exit to EisenbahnstraBe.
Take the train to the forests of Freiburg:
From Freiburg Hbf into the Schauinslandbahn (the longest cable car in Germany):
(1) From Breisgau, Hbf takes tram number 3 (in the direction of Vauban) or tram number 5 (in the direction of Rieselfeld) to the Johanneskirche station.
(2) Connect to tram number 21 (Gunterstal direction) and take the tram to the terminal station in Gunterstal. (3) At the Guntersertal tram stop, you can transfer to the 21 bus (Horben direction). Bus line 21 stops at the funicular base station - 'Schauinslandbahn Talstation)
This sounds much more complicated than it actually is, and all connections are always running.
Admire the stunning views of the Black Forest Gateaux from the top of the 90-minute peak of the Hbf train station in Breisgau (one of the highest peaks in the Black Forest). Freiburg's Three Lakes Railway
The train heading east from Freiburg to Neustadt (Schwarz) runs on the scenic Höllentalbahn route and stops at Titisee, where you can reach Titisee. The beautiful Dreiseenbahn (Three Lakes Railway) between Sebrugg and Seebrugg.
When travelling from Freiburg to Seebrugg, you must wait approximately 30 minutes at Titisee to take the connecting train.
The name of this line comes from the three lakes through Titisee, Windgfällweiher and Schluchsee.
When you board the train on Titisee and sit on the right (facing the direction of travel), you can see the views of these lakes. During the journey, the three lakes will be on the left, but the train will turn 180 degrees while driving.
The Feldberg-Bärental station is one stop away from Titisee and offers a bus connection to the Feldberg base car park, the highest peak in Germany outside the Alps.
Steam trains operated by the heritage railway group Interessengemeinschaft 3-Seenbahn e.V. on certain days of the year. Follow the Three Lakes line between Titisee and Seebrugg and the full length of the Höllentalbahn between Freiburg and Donaueschingen.