Im planning a trip for two weeks to mainly Germany(Nuremberg, Rothenburg, Berchsengarden, Munich and Fussen) with Salzburg and Lucern being the exceptions. I am just trying to plan this last bit of travel from Lucern to Frankfurt where we fly out- I have 3 full days of travel, with the third day ending in Frankfurt where we will stay the night before we fly out next day. I wanted to experience some of the Black Forest, we are driving. Option #1 is leave Lucern, and travel to Triberg, view the falls, and clock shops, from there travel to Gangenbach, sightsee, visit the glass blowing Dorothennbutte, and spend the night in Gangenbach, and next day drive to Frankfurt and do some sightseeing in the city.
Option #2 Leave Lucern, go to Triberg, then drive to Freiburg, spend the night there, next day sightsee Freiburg, leave later in the day to ? maybe Heidelberg- spend day then on to Frankfurt for the night and catch plane next day.
any suggestions? Ive seen Freiburg vs Gangenbach forums, and I understand the distinction, just really torn between the two. I also could add one more day by leaving from Lucern one day earlier. Let me know your thoughts. My husband and I are in our fifties and able to walk easily, I like the idea of the smaller unique villages, but with some interest like winerys or food tours. I also have crossed Lake Titizee off our list. Thanks for any help