its just beautiful, a small hill station with lake surrounded by mountains and small walking street.
About Lake Titisee
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This picturesque lake beside the small village of Titisee that has a population of 2000 draws 2 million visitors annually. This is due to the beauty of the lake and the Black Forest that surrounds it. The village is a hub for the tourists to...More
Lots of options to enjoy the lake. There are lager excurtion boats, small paddle boats, electric runabouts, swimming. When the weather is warm it is great place to enjoy. When the weather is cool the hiking is good.
Lake Titisee is quite small with a very touristy town frequented by coach tours. Shops are full of tourist style gifts and not worth visiting. It is however a fantastic base for walking in the surrounding Black Forest and there are many scenic walks which...More
I guess I should have expected this place to be a tourist trap....and it was! What a shame that people destroy the very thing that should give them pleasure. If you can, then take the time to do the walk right around the lake, but...More
Gorgeous lake with very clean and transparent water. In the day time it was flooded with tourists. However, in the late afternoon it was really great. I wish I could have stayed there overnight to enjoy the evening.
Was at the Drubba Tourist area over-looking Lake Titisee. Still a gorgeous sight despite having lot's of tourist in the area. Definitely worth a sight when you're in the Black Forest region. You can have the opportunity to take a boat ride as well.
Titisee seemed like the most easily reachable sight in the Black Forest, only less than 30 min by train. I found it very touristy - loads of souvenir shops, and crowded with tourists. The lake is indeed pretty but nothing outstanding. What was the most...More
We went to Titisee for a day while staying with friends in Freiburg. It was awfully overdeveloped: what once must have been a beautiful place is now an extremely tacky tourist trap. Everything expensive to the point of prohibitive for all but the most tasteless...More