Immerse yourself in the magic of Christmas in Germany in a Black Forest village, Zell am Harmersbach, where you are offered a world tour of traditional nativity scenes on the farm of Fürstenberger Hof. (Baden-Württemberg)Nestled in the heart of the Black Forest range in south-west Germany, the picturesque little town of Zell am Harmersbach has traditions and monuments that invite us to explore a rich past. Among its main historic sites is the imposing Fürstenberger Hof farm, which was built over 350 years ago and converted to an eco-museum in 1974.You will be able to discover works from all over the world, in wood, in copper glass or nestled in a gourd, but also to learn more about the culture around them.Cribes prohibited in churches.We discover for example that at the In the Age of Enlightenment, the German principalities had prohibited nativity scenes in churches. The wealthiest families were able to buy those who were in their churches to exhibit them at home. This made less wealthy families want to get them at a lower cost. This is how the fashion of paper cribs began. Your VTC driver Jimmy Roellinger accompanies you according to your request and your needs. The service can be carried out on board a sedan of 1 to 3 person any comfort and van 7 to 8 people for the groups or the large families, several vehicles can be available.