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Umweger Str 133, Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, 76534, Germany
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lockers at the train station of Baden-Baden?

by Belsaita

I'm arriving to Baden Airpark for the VT Euromeet 2008 in Karlsruhe (yay yay yayyyy!!)
as my plane arrives late morning on Thursday, I was thinking of spending a few hours exploring Baden-Baden. I was wondering if there are lockers at the train station of Baden-Baden for storing my bag, so I could do some sightseeing before getting to Karlsruhe

Anyone does know? Or other alternatives?

Thanks! :)

Re: lockers at the train station of Baden-Baden?

by abalada

Yes. There are lockers.

Buy a KVV Regiokarte for EUR 7,80.
If not traveling alone the KVV Regiokarte plus for EUR 13,00. This is the mini group (2-5 persons) version.
With this 24 hours ticket you can travel from the airport to the station, to Baden-Baden centre, back to the station, with regional train or S-Bahn to Karlsruhe. And also around Karlsruhe by tram and buses.

KVV bus network Baden-Baden
The airport (stop Airpark/Terminal) is served by bus line 205 (in green on the map).

KVV railroads network
http://www.kvv.de/kvv/documentpool/liniennetzplan/j08/lnetz_j08.pdf

Re: lockers at the train station of Baden-Baden?

by Belsaita

Thank you very much abalada!!

Great info, much appreciated.

Travel Tips for Baden-Baden

Playing boule

by Nelie

Since Baden-Baden is close to the French border it goes without saying that you can play boule in Baden-Baden. The only problem could be that you have to bring your own balls. And don’t forget to bring a picnic.

Enjoy concerts at the Festspielhaus

by Ujamaflip

The Festspielhaus first opened its doors in April 1998. With 2500 seats it is the second largest opera house and concert hall in Europe. The Festspielhaus is the only privately funded opera house in Europe.

The bulding was constructed around the historical train station, and the two architectural styles where combined under the leadership of Viennese architect Wilhelm Holzbauer. The acoustics of the Festspielhaus are considered to be among the best in the world.

I was fortunate enough to attend a concert of Bach's Matthias Passion, and it truly was a magnificent excperience. This was only one of 80 classical concerts presented per year, in addition to the operas, ballets and other concerts.

The Festspielhaus also houses the Restaurant Aida. Tours of the house are available on certain days throughout the year, the duration is around 60 minutes, and the cost 5Eur.

Stiftskirche (Monastery Church )

by Leipzig

The Monastery Church is Baden-Baden’s landmark and dominates the old city quarter. Built as Romanian Basilica in Late Gothic style in 15th century. In 18th century the Baroque tower was added and transformed to Gothic style in 19th century.

BADEN-BADEN

by aliante1981

SO WHAT BADEN-BADEN ACTUALLY IS, OR AN OFFICIAL VIEW

Baden-Baden - city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. Itlies along the middle Oos River in the Black Forest (Schwarzwald). Baden-Baden is one of the world's great spas. Its Roman baths (parts of which survive) were built in the reign of Caracalla (AD 211–217) for the garrison of Strasbourg. The town fell into ruins but reappeared in 1112 as the seat (until 1705) of the margravate of Baden. Almost entirely destroyed in 1689, it revived as an asylum for refugees of the French Revolution. The popularity of Baden-Baden as a spa dates from 1808, but it reached its zenith under Napoleon III during the 1850s and '60s, when it became a fashionable resort for European nobility and society. Notable buildings include the casino, the modern baths, the Stiftskirche (founded 7th century, rebuilt 1753, and now the parish church) with tombs of the margraves, and the 15th-century Neues Schloss, the former castle-residence of the margraves and later of the grand dukes of Baden, now housing the historical museum. Nearby are the ruins of the Altes Schloss, the Lichtental Convent (founded 1254), and the Greek Chapel (1863). The resort is popular for its thermal saline and radioactive waters. Pop. (1989 est.) 50,761. This description comes from Britannica 2003

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