Baden-Baden Off The Beaten Path

  • Courtyard of the Baldreit
    Courtyard of the Baldreit
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  • Schloss Favorite
    Schloss Favorite
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  • Schloss Favorite
    Schloss Favorite
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Baden-Baden

  • 1. From Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden Airport to Bade-Baden

    Schloss Favorite was built by Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer from 1710 to 1730 as the summer residence for Margravine Sibylla Augusta of Baden. In the last decades of the 18th Century, the castle garden...

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  • 2. Burgruine Alt-Eberstein

    Alt-Eberstein was probably built in the 11. century by the Counts of Eberstein. On a clear day you have a fantastic view of the Rhine valley, and there is also a decent restaurant. About 6 km to the...

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  • 3. Merkur Mountain

    Our Hotel Merkurwald was located almost at the top of Merkur Mountain located between Baden-Baden and Gernsbach. We walked there every evening till the...

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  • 4. Ancient Roman Sculpture. The Giant Rider

    The "Giant Rider" is an ancient Roman sculpture, made in the 1st or 2nd century A.D., that was found near Haueneberstein in 1911. This one is a copy, the...

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  • 5. Baldreit: Former Bath And Guest House

    The Baldreit was first mentioned as a bath and guest house in the 15th century. After the destruction in the 17th century wars it was rebuilt, its current...

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  • 6. Friedrichstollen: Entrance To The Underworld

    The door in the steep hill slope behind Friedrichsbad isn't really off the beaten path but usually overlooked. This is the entrance to a system of 19th century...

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  • 7. Schweizerhäuser - Swiss Chalets

    In the late 19th century the so-called "Schweizerhäuser" (Swiss chalets) were characteristic in Baden-Baden. Only a few of these half-timbered houses still...

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  • 8. Stourdza Chapel

    The Romanian orthodox Stourdza Chapel was built in 1864-1866 as a mausoleum for the Princes Stourdza. Prince Michael, who ruled the Principality of Moldavia...

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  • 9. Catholic Church of St. Joseph (1959-1961)

    From the outside the strange round, seemingly windowless church resembles a gigantic hat box made from corrugated cardboard. I went in out of mere curiosity and...

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  • 10. 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...

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  • 11. Allerheiligen

    Allerheiligen with it's waterfall and the ruins of a 12th century monestary offers great views of the Black Forest. See more at...

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  • 12. Mummelsee

    A few km out of Baden-Baden, in the famous Black Forest, you'll find a little lake called Mummelsee, after the sea sprites who supposedly live on the bottom.

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  • 13. Great views over Baden-Baden from the AlteSchloss

    Just outside the city of Baden-Baden, on the western slope of the Battert-Felsens sits the Schloss Hohenbaden (Altes Schloss, Old Castle). The construction of...

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  • 14. Altes Dampfbad

    This house is built on the hot springs and was formerly used as a steam bath. But now it is renovated and it is a kind of gallery. The Gesellschaft der Freunde...

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  • 15. Internationale Rosengarten

    There you find nearly every sort of rose you could imagine. In this garden all novelties of roses are represented. Each year the most beautiful rose is chosen....

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