Hockenheim is a sleepy town in southwestern Germany that is best known for its Formula One racetrack. The track, which winds its way through the town and the surrounding forest, has been host to some of the sport’s most legendary races, including the German Grand Prix. The track is open to the public for driving experiences and tours, and there is also a museum on site. Away from the track, Hockenheim is a pleasant town with a picturesque old town and a few good restaurants. It is also a convenient base for exploring the Black Forest.