Baden-Baden Things to Do

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  • 1. Caracalla Therme

    Here are our (me and my sister) experiences of saunas in Caracalla: Crystal sauna, 90 C: there were "some kind of crystal" in the sauna and some essential oils in the air. The sauna was quite hot and...

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  • 2. Trinkhalle - Drinking Hall

    The Trinkhalle (pump house) in the Kurhaus spa complex was built 1839–42 by Heinrich Hübsch in a complementary architectural style as the spa's main building. The 90-metre arcade is lined with...

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  • 3. Kurhaus - Casino

    The Kurhaus is a spa resort, casino, and conference complex. The main structure was designed and built between 1821 and 1824 by Friedrich Weinbrenner. The Corinthian columns and paired-griffins...

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  • 4. CHURCH OF THE TRANSFIGURATION

    The Church of the Transfiguration, [Russian Church], we saw as we were driving around Baden-Baden. There wasn't anywhere to park the car, so we found a parking...

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  • 5. Visit the Casle of Y and don't ask why

    In the late middle ages Mr. Eduard Fortunat (a.k.a. the Fortunate Edward) tried to increase his possessions, that already included the Mountain of Y and the...

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  • 6. Bathes, Spa and Churches

    There are a lot of famous attractions in Baden-Baden, such as the Roman-Irish Bath Freidrichbad, the Kurgarten and the 350 year old Lichtentaler Allee – in...

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  • 7. Theater

    The Baden-Baden Theater is a fascinating building situated on the Theatreplatz. From the outside it enchants with its Belle Epoch exterior, similar to that of...

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  • 8. Stiftskirche

    The Stiftskirche is the dominant of the city well seen from almost everywhere. It is a late gothic building with striking features and impressive portal...

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  • 9. Neues Schloss

    The Neues Schloss or New Castle situated on the Florentinerberg. It is the former residence of the Margraves of Baden. Unfortunately we haven't been inside...

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  • 10. AUGUSTAPLATZ

    Ausgustaplatz, is located on the other side of the River Oos to the Kurhaus. This is quite a large Plaza where a fountain is located and plenty of seating to...

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  • 11. GONNERANLAGE ROSE GARDEN

    I had read and seen photo's of this beautiful Rose garden, and even though I knew I was a little early, I was hoping I may see a few blooms. I must say, I...

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  • 12. SPRINGTIME IN BADEN-BADEN

    It was April, and it was meant to be Spring, but this year had been a very long winter. The gardens had only just been planted with annuals, but the bulbs were...

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  • 13. THE THEATRE

    The Baden-Baden Theatre was another building with beautiful architecture, and another one that lays claim to "one of the most beautiful" theatres in Germany! It...

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  • 14. THE KURHAUS

    I only admired the Neo-classical Kurhaus on the outside, which I must say was very nice. This isn't the original Kurhaus that was built in 1765, it is a newer...

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  • 15. Ruins of the Roman Baths

    The ancient Romans have already enjoyed the thermal springs of Aquae, the settlement that later became Baden-Baden. Excavations have unearthed the remnants of...

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  • 16. Neues Schloss - New Palace

    The former residence of the Marggraves of Baden-Baden on the Florentinerberg was first built in the 16th century and later extended. In 1700 Marggrave Ludwig...

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  • 17. Hang Gliding on Merkurberg

    Merkurberg has become a popular hang gliding base in recent years. A big gale in 1999 (the infamous “Lothar”) has left large clearings in the forest around the...

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  • 18. Merkurberg Funicular

    Climbing Merkurberg can be done easily by funicular. It runs every 8-15 minutes depending on demand. Return fare is 4 €. You can buy tickets either from the...

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  • 19. Merkurberg

    Baden-Baden’s „house mountain“ offers a beautiful view of the Oos valley with the town, the mountains of the northern Black Forest and over the Rhine plain to...

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  • 20. Enjoy concerts at the Festspielhaus

    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...

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  • 21. Sammlung Frieder Burda

    In October 2004 the museum Sammlung Frieder Burda opened its doors. After some month of struggle Mr Burda finally realised his plans for the museum. In...

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  • 22. Romische Badruinen

    Baden Baden has a long tradition as a spa town stretching back as far as the Roman tines. They built some of the first baths here and the evidence is now...

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  • 23. Friedrichsbad

    The Friedrichsbad is one of the oldest and biggest spas in Baden-Baden.Being prudish I never went into this spa as it is entirely nude! If you have any hang ups...

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  • 24. Neus Schloss

    The New Palace is high above the old town and near to the Stiftskirche. It is the formare home of the Margraves of Baden Baden. It is a pity because the place...

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  • 25. World Famous Casino

    The world famous casino is in the centre of the town and visitors can walk in and admire the wonderful building. The casino is housed in the Kurhaus which, was...

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