Baden-Baden
Baden-Wurttemberg
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Things To Do in Baden-Baden

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Bathhouse
Hot Springs Resort
Ornamental Hot spring
fz570628Baden-Baden, a German town which means "bath", became a famous holiday resort in Europe in the 18th century. Great figures such as Napoleon III, Queen Victoria, Russian Tsar Alexander and other imperial nobles have enjoyed hot springs and mild climate here; literati and writers such as Dostoyevsky, Wagner, and Rams also lingered here. The hot spring is the biggest feature of Baden-Bachen.
4.5/5
27 Reviews
Historical Site
甪璃露丽This bathhouse requires celestial bodies to bathe, and swimsuits are not allowed. Except for the separate bathing for men and women on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, the other days are mixed bathing for men and women. Open from nine in the morning to ten in the evening, and enter at least two hours in advance. The most basic bathing ticket is 25 euros per person, which can stay up to 3 hours, and the wristband is given to start timing, including the time to put on and take off clothes. You cannot take pictures inside, and you need to swipe the timing wristband to enter and exit the locker. There are a total of 17 steps in the bathing area, of which there are about 7 pools. Remember to follow the order of bathing in the room. There are warm water and cold springs in the pool, as well as two hot springs with massage function, one large and one small. A sauna room is more distinctive. It is a traditional sauna that retains the principles of 150 years ago. After all the bathing, you have to experience the three follow-up steps of wrapping in a hot towel, applying body milk and relaxing on a recliner. You can also drink a cup of hot tea in the lounge.
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15 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
泡泡龙他爸Lichtentaler Allee starts from the Goethe Square at the intersection of Werder Street in the north, and further north is the Drinking Fountain and Leisure Palace, next to the Baden-Baden Theater. 350 years ago, this was just a trail of farmland and pasture in Pering. Nowadays, there are lush trees, flowing south parallel to the Oosbach creek, and then turning to the southeast, passing the botanical garden, and extending to the monastery. It is about 3 kilometers in length. It is Badenbaum. Climb the most famous green avenue. Along the way, there are small bridges and flowing water, tree-lined trees, large green spaces, idlers for walks, exercisers for jogging, and sometimes even horse-drawn carriages. The sound of gurgling water, soft mist, and crisp horseshoes are full of sentiment. There are also large and small museums along the road, such as the famous Burda Museum. Take a walk along the road in the early morning and watch the sun shine on the ancient buildings, bursting with golden light
4.4/5
11 Reviews
Lake
快乐鱼仙It is worth going here, and recommended! The small lake is not big, there are two football fields, but the wood carvings around the lake and the dark green cypress trees constitute the typical scenery of the Black Forest (close view). It is best to do trekking and enjoy the lake view and the Black Forest scenery (distant view) from the mountain, absolutely not to be missed!
3.6/5
13 Reviews
Theater
juki235The theater is located in the center of Baden-Baden, which is a rich German community. The theater is not very large. The architectural style is a combination of Baroque and Belle Epoque. In front of the theater is a large square, which is said to be very lively during Christmas.
4.5/5
6 Reviews
Recreation center
cruisorRight in the town center of Baden-Baden, it is open to visitors during the day for free, but it can only stop at the lobby, and children can also bring it in, but this is enough. Take a look at the magnificent decorations inside and sun on the lawn outside. So comfortable