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Holidays to Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden is recognized both nationally and internationally as a spa and culture town, but that is only half the story. Yes, there are the thermal springs which founded the town’s 2000 year old bathing tradition and whose waters rewards with health and well-being. And there is its select, peaceful location and its mild climate that provide the ideal environment for resting and recreation.

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But what about the famous casino, the horse racing at nearby Iffezheim and the star-studded balls and concerts? There is also the Festspielhaus, the unique Frieder Burda Art Museum with the adjacent Kunsthalle gallery and the numerous sporting options from walking to golfing to ballooning.

The central part of town, overlooked by hillside located mansions with large gardens, is a maze of narrow streets and is ideal for wandering around. Today, the town’s thermal waters with its healing powers surge into the pools of the Friedrichsbad, with its domed chambers and mosaics, and into the modern, airy Caracalla-Therme bathing complex.

Baden-Baden, with its 12 thermal springs, its enjoyable climate and the extensive offer of vitality and beauty treatments from the town’s institutes make it simply the No. 1 spa resort in Germany.

All Photos: © Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH

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Arrival Airport: Frankfurt  |  Transfer Time from airport: 1 hour 30 mins (rail) / 1 hour 30 mins (driving)  |  660km from Calais

(Information is approximate and subject to change / rail transfers are not always direct and may involve changing trains).

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