Bad Boll – the historic spa town where the German Emperor Wilhelm I. ordered to build the first spa hotel. Now the new bathhouse is the latest part of the modern spa hotel in the middle of a historic town.
Spa resort on the slopes of the Swabian Alb
In 1852, Pastor Blumhardt took over the spa. In 1920 the Moravian Brotherhood became the new owners. Since then the house has been operated as a spa clinic and since 1976 the spa house - with spa park, pump room and Belvedere - has also been connected to a thermal mineral movement bath.
With fountain house, spa park, pumping room and Belvedere and historical Blumhardt Cemetery (gravesite of the Blumhardt family). Tours are possible.
With three local remedies, Bad Boll has the best prerequisites for a successful spa stay. The sulfur source discovered in 1595 for pools, the thermal mineral movement bath and the Boll Jura Fango are the basis for a sustainable cure success for many illnesses.
Roman Collegiate Church comes from the time of the Staufers (12th century) with an almost purely preserved column basilica in the Roman style. Tours through the church with information on the Staufer history are possible. Old Schoolhouse.
The Diakonie of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Württemberg assumed control of the spa in 2005 although the Moravian Congregation still continues to worship in its chapel.
You can watch my 5 min 32 sec HD Video Bad Boll along by car HD out of my Youtube channel.