Bad Pyrmont Travel Guide

  • Off The Beaten Path
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Bad Pyrmont Things to Do

  • Asparagus Festival in May

    Bad Pyrmont's annual Asparagus Festival on May 23 to May 24, 2009 is all about this fine, white, delicious so called Feinschmeckergemuese (Gourmet Vegetables) Asparagus. During the Aparagus Festival dozens of booths at Pyrmont's Brunnen Street provide anything floral, crafted and items for deco, home made jams and liquids, living stocks, Austrian...

  • A date with the baroque periode of...

    Bad Pyrmont's annual Historic Fuerstentreff is like an extra ordinary, 2 days lasting date with the aristocracy back of the 17th-18th century when Frederick the Great, Peter the Russian Tsar, queen Luise, and elector of Brandenburg among many other royal people, as well as great writers such as Goethe, Herder and Leibniz, did their spa vacation in...

  • Dancing Dogs at Pyrmont's Landpartie

    Funny to experience the Dancing Dogs which are real dogs that are trained to dance. Actually, it does seem they have much fun to dance to songs like "Love and Marriage" etc. etc.

  • Celtic Spirit at Pyrmont's Landpartie

    The sweet & modest looking gals of the Celtic Spirit group are doing an awesome dance show at Konzertmuschel during Bad Pyrmont's Landpartie.

  • A break at Pyrmont's Kurpark

    Bad Pyrmont's Kurpark's palm trees, the fragrance of the flowers, the peaceful atmosphere, the sound of babbling water and fountains, it's all to me like a door into a world of pure and quiet, a moment of escape into natural yet safe and regulated green. It's all good there and the park's green alone is in charge - for the duration of a break. The...

  • Marvel at Bad Pyrmont's Landpartie

    This annual happening of so called Landpartie, is about botanical & floral fair that features more than 140 exhibitors and their many of ideas for recreation & lifestyle & cozy home. Also farm booths, coffee bars, bakeries, and other lovely, little groceries provide fantastic goodies of any sort. The link belows offers informations & program yet...

  • Shopping at Pyrmont's Landpartie

    Bad Pyrmont's annual Landpartie fair at the Kurpark, offers a wide spread of cute, often antique looking boots. One can find everything whether it's decor, crafts, furniture, tablesuits, art pottery, classic clothing, Stetsons and other hats. All not on the cheap side though. Then also various of goodies, selections of tea with honey, then those...

  • Visit local animals' park - it's a...

    Never sure what to say or what to recommend about zoos. Yet Bad Pyrmont's little animals' park is really a lovely one for either animals and visitors. The fenced in animals are not too exotic but pretty local and happy acting to be there: apes, horses, ponies, storcks, owls, goats, pigs, one or two lions, bunnies, and more. The animals park's...

  • Schloss Haemelschenburg

    This most amazing castle is located in the outskirts of Bad Pyrmont, and close to Hameln. Schloss Haemelschenburg is one of Germany's foremost cultural monuments, visiting there is like a journey into the world of the Renaissance. With its art collections, gardens, service quarters and church, this impressive castle is considered one of the finest...

  • Healthy ways

    Bad Pyrmont, situated in the middle of the charming Weserbergland, has become a very famous health resort in Germany. Bad Pyrmont has a 2,000-year history of medicinal springs and a 500-year history as a health resort, founded on many years of experience and an extensive range of treatments. The path to healing, recovery and recuperation leads to...

  • Carriage tour through Bad Pyrmont

    We were lucky to have had a beautiful, sunny Pentecoast spent in lovely Pyrmont with some nice & traditional asparagus diner. Unfortunately we missed a carriage tour. At Bad Pyrmont's Brunnenplatz (the main spring of this health resort) is the one location among others to take a carriage from, and make a tour along the historical main avenue and...

  • Baroque Castle of Bad Pyrmont

    The baroque castle of Bad Pyrmont (1706) is a part of the fortification from the 16th century. Built from Count Friedrich of Spiegelberg with a bastion up to 40 meters wide castle ditch. In the year 1557 Count Philipp began with the construction in the style of the Weser renaissance. From the time of 1710 the rooms of the Beletage with its stucco...

  • Kurpark

    The historical spa gardens are a mayor attraction in Bad Pyrmont. The earliest alleys originate from 17th century, when Bad Pyrmont was already a very popular spa with European aristocracy.During summer visitors can enjoy the many concerts for free. It is also very nice to walk under the beautiful palm trees of the garden.

  • Main Street

    Main Street is a very lovely alley, where people can take a walk or relax on a chair. There is relaxing music coming from the sculptures.

  • Fountains

    Fountains with natural mineralwater can be found all over Bad Pyrmont. Every fountain has a special purpose. So one is helpful against eye diseases, other are helpful against rheuma or heart diseases.

  • Dunsthoehle

    In this place is a pond in a cave. On top of the water is a layer of deadly gas. The gas is carbon dioxide, which can be helpful against vascular diseases. But in this cave the concentration is just too much. In former times people committed suicide jumping into the pond. Now there is always somebody watching and the doors open only, when a guard...

  • Fountain Street

    Fountain Street is the main shopping street in Bad Pyrmont. Many sculptures and fountains remind of the importance of the healing water for Bad Pyrmont.

  • Hyllige Born

    The most important place in Bad Pyrmont is the "Hyllige Born" - the Holy Fountain. People come from far away to drink the natural mineralwater from this fountain. It is said to be helpfull against many illnesses.


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Bad Pyrmont Restaurants

  • Cafe inside Pyrmont's Baroque Castle

    Just a little cafe, a small & cosy spot at the castle where visitors might have a break & breath, enjoying the beautiful environment. Goodies are nice not extra ordinary but nice. Very nice are service & staff. I've had hot waffles with hot cherries, coffee, mineralwater.

  • Tea House inside Pyrmont's Kurpark

    Incredible romantic and hidden, lays along Azaleenweg - marvelous in color and blossom (during May) - the little Tea House surrounded by Telemann-Garden. Already in front of this tea place one can recognize scents like right out of a fairy tale. And that's the way this place also looks like - like a fairy tale.

  • Great seafood

    Nice about this restaurant is not just their great seafood among other great meals but their lovely location right on pedestrian zone & Kurpark. Calm & cosy.

  • Visitors will be charmed

    Visitors will be charmed by this cafe's marvelous location, whether sitting in - or outdoor's, its excellent food, whether it's their various cakes, fresh matjes filet or most creamy milk coffee, or by their very friendly service.

  • German snack booth

    Nice, clean, and friendly opportunity to get snack/sausages/meals fast or less fast for taking on the way or eating there. Space is a bit squeezed around any of the few tables. The snacks there are typical German and very tasty. Also one can order a complete menu without spending hours of cooking. While eating there one has a nice view at...

  • Polish/German cooking

    We haven't been there but for my understanding they offer various of sea food and polnish cooking, as well as the traditional German Pentecost Asperagus dinner.Scrambled Eggs With Asparagus And ChorizoPreparation time: 20 Cooking time: 15 Ingredients75 ml butter 2 chorizo sausages, sliced diagonally 150 g fresh asparagus heads 8 large eggs 60 ml...


Bad Pyrmont Off The Beaten Path

  • Only the limit of our sight

    There's no death but a change of worlds only. Death is only an horizon. And an horizon is only the limit of our sight. Says William Penn. When William Penn left England to get to Pennsylvania, his head was full of visions and hopes for this new Land of Promise six hundred miles nearer the sun. He wanted to see if he and his fellow Quakers could...

  • Bond but free

    Love has earth to which she clingswith hills and circling arms about wall within wall to shut fear out.But thought has need of no such things,For thought has a pair of dauntless wings.In loving memoryJanuary 31 March 10, 2005

  • Pentecost in Pyrmont

    Pentecost is an important feast in the Christian liturgical year, celebrated the fiftieth day after Easter Sunday (the tenth day after Ascension Thursday). It commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus as described in the Acts of the Apostles, Chapter 2. Pentecost is also called Whitsun, Whitsunday,...


Bad Pyrmont Sports & Outdoors

  • Manfred's Biker-Muehle

    I thought on the British Army Rumour Service one can find nice tips on Motorbike riding in Germany. Their link

  • Bad Pyrmont's Marathon

    Bad Pyrmont's Marathon starts and finish in the historic part of the town at Hauptallee. The route winds its way through part of the spa park area, the lower and upper Bergpark, and the attractive Bad Pyrmont Forest, on asphalt roads and woodland trails through the beautiful Weserbergland. The routes are mostly in shady woodland making it possible...

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    by nepalgoods Written Nov 9, 2003

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    Favorite thing: The highlights of a stay in Bad Pyrmont may be

    * a visit to the porcelain manufacturer Fürstenberg
    * horse and coach trips through the wonderful countryside
    * a steamboat trip on the Weser
    * a trip on the historical railway through the Exter Valley

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    • Fishing
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Kayaking

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