Maria-Viktoria Apartment in Baden-Baden
Maria-Viktoria Strasse 31, Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, 76530, Germany
More about Baden-Baden
Part of the small museum attached to the baths
Convent church: facade, relief "burial of Christ"
Door to the tunnels and the hot springs
from baden-baden to the baden airport
I'm going london this tuesday from baden baden, germany, with ryan air. So, can anyone please tell me the way from the baden baden train station to the baden baden airport? do i take a shuttle bus? where do buy the tickets and take the bus? how much does it cost?
RE: from baden-baden to the baden airport
bus map Baden-Baden
The airport (stop "Airpark/Terminal Ankunft") is in the lower left part of the map. The bus line 205 (green) connects the airport with the main railway station and the city centre of Baden-Baden.
timetable bus line 205
Single ticket is EUR 3,00.
Either from a ticket machine or if not existing from the bus driver.
Travel Tips for Baden-Baden
Bath in a thermal spa
Above the Roman Thermal Bath ruins you will find a family oriented and modern thermal spa called Caracalla. There are various indoor and outdoor pools with different temperatures. There are also various tanning beds, steam baths and even a resturant. Many of the spas, beaches...etc require an informal attire: Your Birthday Suite. I'm not into that so I tend to seek places which require a bathing suite. Caracalla is one of those places. For those who must go bare, Caracalla even has a separate solarium for nakedness.
One of the two public spas in town. Indoor and outdoor pools with hot thermal water of different temperatures, sauna, massages etc. A great way to relax after a day of sightseeing.
Swimsuit required (except in the sauna part).
Gönneranlage: Geometrical Rose Garden
The Gönneranlage is situated on the Lichtenthaler Allee halfway between the town centre and Lichtenthal abbey. The park is an important example of the geometric style in gardening at the beginning of the 19th century. The garden was designed by Max Laeuger in 1909. A donation by the "coffee king" Hermann Sielcken, a rich businessman, paid for the new park on the right bank of the river Oos which was named after the former mayor of Baden-Baden. Originally a hedge garden, it has been planted with roses since 1952, it's most beautiful in early summer.
More pictures on my Gönneranlage travelogue page
Weclome to BADEN-BADEN
Baden-Baden, the famous and fashionable spa, rests in a wooded valley and is atop the extensive underground hot springs that gave the city its name (Baden=Bathe). Roman legions of the emperor Caracalla discovered the springs. The leisure classes of the 19th century rediscovered the bubbling waters, establishing Baden-Baden as the unofficial summer residence of many European royal families. Their palatial homes and stately villas still grace its tree-lined avenues.
A very good website about Baden-Baden: http://www.bad-bad.de/ (German only)
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