What to do and see in Lorrach, Germany: The Best Places and Tips

November 30, 2017 Leida Jutras

Lörrach German pronunciation: [ˈlœrax] is a city in southwest Germany, in the valley of the Wiese, close to the French and the Swiss borders. It is the capital of the district of Lörrach in Baden-Württemberg. The largest industry is the Milka chocolate factory. The city had a population of 10,794 in 1905 and of 47,707 in 2007.
Restaurants in Lorrach

1. Rotteln Castle

79541 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 56494
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4.5 based on 105 reviews

Rotteln Castle

Reviewed By happypanda17 - West Midlands, United Kingdom

If you are in the area, check out this castle. There is a trail that you can walk to get to the castle if you want to have a wander through the forest before you visit. It is mostly ruins now but still is an enjoyable day out. The castle has a museum section that explains the ruins. There are fantastic views of the surrounding countryside from the tower. I went during fall and it was lovely; the trees were turning orange and you could hear the crunch of leaves under your feet as you approached the castle. The restaurant is an essential stop if you go here! Great value for money and delicious food!

2. Erlebniskletterwald

Steinenweg 42, 79540 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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4.5 based on 28 reviews

Erlebniskletterwald

Reviewed By SJuanN - Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

This adventure "climbing forest" is not too big and not too difficult. It is perfect for children below the age of 14. It provides the necessary equipment and you will get a brief introduction how to use it and how to behave. The plattforms are not high, highlight is the long slide on a rope.

3. Bar Drei Konig

Basler Str. 169, 79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 4256730
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4.5 based on 20 reviews

Bar Drei Konig

Reviewed By WhatCheerStephanie - What Cheer

We sat outside this cafe and enjoyed a glass of Prosecco and watched the people walk through the town. On this particular day, there was a "Walk for Freedom" that walked by the cafe. A great place to sit and people-watch.

4. Dreilandermuseum

Basler Str. 143, 79540 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 415150
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4 based on 16 reviews

Dreilandermuseum

The Three Countries Museum is the only museum in Europe to consistently focus on three countries. This unusual cultural treasure is situated in the border triangle, surrounded by the Black Forest, the Vosges and the Swiss Jura Mountains. The museum also maintains important collections of historic art from South Baden, and is the Literary memorial site of Johann Peter Hebel, who lived and taught in the building that now houses the museum from 1783– 1791.

Reviewed By ERIK S - Lorrach, Germany

learn about Lörrach from medival times until today. Being ubicated in the outmost Southwest of BaDEN Württemberg Lörrach is a Special place. Switzerland 2km and France 5km away many cultures meat in this area. Attracted by Basel´s economy moere and more People come to work and live here, American and Bristih Population growing. This and more is featured by Museum am Burghof formerly known as Dreiländermuseum. Go there, it´s almost for free.

5. Lazerfun

Oetlinger Str. 13, 79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 1680333
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Lazerfun

Reviewed By Jörg R - Weil am Rhein, Germany

Lasertag ist ne coole Sache sehr unterhaltsam anstrengend und macht echt Spaß für alle .. Das in Lörrach ist gut ... Und das Labyrinth ist ok . Ich war schon in besseren und habe deswegen nur 4 Punkte gegeben aber der Spaß ist auch dort 5 Wert

6. Burghof

Herrenstr. 5, 79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 940890
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3.5 based on 16 reviews

Burghof

Veranstaltungszentrum

Reviewed By Capparis

This is one of several bars/lounges/cafés near the market in Lörrach. Nothing special about the food, but friendly service and outdoor Seating.

7. Ottilienkirche

Obertuellingen 111, 79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Ottilienkirche

Reviewed By chrbge179loe - Lorrach, Germany

Das alte Kirchlein - meist ist es geschlossen - ist durchaus romantisch, auch von außen. Traumhaft aber ist die Sicht auf Weil, Lörrach und über Basel hinweg in Jura und Elsaß. Wenn Sie Gäste haben, die zum ersten Mal in Lörrach sind, hier bekommen diese den schönsten Überbrlick.

8. Parkschwimmbad

Tumringer Str. 271, 79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 10025
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4 based on 3 reviews

Parkschwimmbad

Reviewed By Porzel - Bern

Das Parkschwimmbad liegt am Ortsausgang von Lörrach (nordöstlich der Altstadt). Es ist grosszügig gestaltet. Der Eintritt kostet 4.-. Dafür bekommt man viel Spass. Die Rutsche ist der Hit, das Strömungsbad beliebt und im "Schwimmer" hat man Platz. Die Becken sind aus Chromstahl!Die Liegewiesen sind gross und es gibt genug Schattenplätze.Für den Kinderspass gibts noch ein Trampolin. Wirklich gelungen!

79539 Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7621 415120
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3 based on 3 reviews

Skulpturenweg

Reviewed By Ursula W - SaarLouis, Germany

Wir sind durch unseren Reiseführer und eine Broschüre der Touristeninformation der Stadt Lörrach auf den Skulpturenweg aufmerksam geworden und haben für die 23 Skulpturen oder Stationen einen ganzen Nachmittag eingeplant. Was wir fanden, war eine einzige große Enttäuschung. Nun ist Lörrach nicht eben eine attraktive Stadt mit vielen Highlights, deshalb wundern wir uns über Skulpturen, die regelrecht versifft und schmutzig dastehen, andere sind garnicht vorhanden oder sind mit einer Art Bauzaun umgeben, wieder andere wurden so geschickt für die Broschüre fotografiert, daß sie in Wirklichkeit weit davon entfernt sind den Fotos zu entsprechen. Vor fast jedem Brunnen und manchen Skulpturen saßen Bettler oder Musiker, so daß man nicht nahe genug an die "Kunst" heran kam. Wir haben unseren Rundgang irgendwann abgebrochen und finden es sehr schade, daß man hier öffentliche Gelder ausgegeben hat für Kunst und deren Instandhaltung so sehr vernachlässigt. Kein Wunder, daß sich anspruchsvolle Kunsttouristen nicht nach Lörrach verirren.

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