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Baden Baden, which means Bathing Bathing, is a German town in Wurttemberg. Nestled along the edge of the Black Forest, this spa town is known for its thermal springs like Caracalla Therme and Friedrichsbad. Although the town has a wealthy feel, tourists from all walks of life will find this destination offers a wide range of activities that are fun and affordable. Tourists can enjoy a night out at the Spielbank, a casino that is amazingly beautiful with great gambling and a lively cocktail lounge. Another popular nighttime attraction in Baden Baden is taking in a show at the concert hall Festspielhaus.
Mornings and afternoons are wonderful times to visit the Brahm's House, the Baden Baden City Museum and the magnificent Roman Bath Ruins. Visits to the Lichtental Monastery and the Castle Hohenbaden are sure to add awe-inspiring photographs to your collection. Before the day ends, visitors should take a walk along the Oos River and begin planning their next holiday to Baden Baden.
When To Go
From June through August, the town of Baden Baden comes alive. Rainfall peaks in the summer months, but it isn't too bad. Tourists should expect five to six days of rain per month during the summer. The winters in Baden Baden tend to get cold, and the snow season goes from November through April. Baden Baden is also quite popular in the fall when temperatures are perfectly comfortable for biking and hiking.
- November through February: Average daily high 4°C (40°F)
- March through May: Average daily high 13°C (55°F)
- June through August: Average daily high 25°C (78°F)
- September through October: Average daily high 21°C (70°F)
The railway station is about 15 minutes from the town center, and the train travels to several cities like Munich, Paris and Stuttgart. Upon arrival, visitors should take a bus to the town center, towards Lichtental/Oberbayern. The stop for Baden Baden is Leopoldplatz.
By air, visitors arrive at the Baden Airpark. The airport is located close to the city and offers an inexpensive airline carrier to numerous European destinations.
Once tourists have arrived in Baden Baden, most will find that the town center is small and great for walking. Buses to surrounding villages are available, and tickets can be purchased at a machine by the bus stop. Tickets can also be obtained from the bus drivers. Express buses are a great traveling option in Baden Baden, because they take around five minutes to travel from the station to the city.
Baden-Baden General Information
As one of the most famous spas in Europe, let alone Germany, Baden-Baden is a worthwhile stop in the Black Forest foothills of Baden-Württemberg. A phenomenal gateway to Alsace, France and indeed, the spectacular Black Forest region as a whole, Baden-Baden (literally “bath-bath”) is a venerable town.
The town so nice they had to name it twice has a long, proud legacy as a curative capital. The artesian wells of Baden-Baden have been a source of therapeutic comfort and luxury to a prominent cast of characters, from emperors of the Roman Empire to Queen Victoria, Johannes Brahms to Hector Berlioz. Two Russian novelists of some renown, Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoyevsky, immortalized the town of 55,000 people in distinctly divergent fashions in, respectively, Anna Karenina and The Gambler. Without a doubt, Baden-Baden has a certain epic quality to this day. Inside the legendary Kurhaus complex is the equally legendary Casino Baden-Baden. Dostoyevsky’s muse is a palatial monument to Old World nostalgia and a far cry from the Las Vegas Strip. The historic Festspielhaus Baden-Baden is a major opera house and concert hall and the Museum Frieder Burda a premier repository of contemporary and modern art. Other vital points of interest to consider in Baden-Baden include the Stadtmuseum and Neues Schloss. The incomparable 900 m2 Caracalla-Therme however, is the indomitable heart of the spa town.
- Museum Frieder Burda
- Neues Schloss
- Römische Badruinen
- Casino Baden-Baden
- Theater Baden-Baden
- La Provence
- Zum Alde Gott
- Schneider’s Weinstube & Vinothek
- La Cantina Siciliana
- Bar Maxim
- Max’s Diskothek
- Fame Bar
- Monte Christo Tapas Bar
Baden-Baden has a temperate oceanic climate, with cool winters and warm summers.
- Winter (December to February) 0-6°C
- Spring (March to May) 1-19°C
- Summer (June to August) 10-23°C
- Fall (September to November) 2-19°C
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With its southern European flair and well-known history, the Dorint Maison Messmer Baden-Baden Hotel, in the traditional spa town of Baden-Baden in Black Forest is the ideal location for a... More
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