Baden Baden is a spa urban centre in Germany. The name Baden Baden is German and translates to Bathing Bathing. The spa town has enjoyed a reputation as a town that servers as a hang out zone for rich and famous. The picturesque town is situated beautifully on the wooden valley. Travelers can have a great time at the town without having to spend a fortune. Baden Baden has just a small town centre and most visitors prefer just to walk around and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There are reliable bus routes ferrying people to surrounding villages and towns.
Being just a small town, Baden Baden doesn’t have so many attractions as such but you can expect your holiday vacation in this spa town to be a busy one none the less. The first place you should consider visiting is casino Spielbank which has a cocktail club that features 11 roulette tables, outdoor baccarat terrace and gilt ceilings. There is also a concert hall, an art museum and drinking hall nearby as well.
The Frieder Burda Museum houses collection of master works of Gerhard Richter and German Expressionist and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world as well as the nearby Brahms House. The Faberge Museum is a privately owned and run museum with gems, Carl Faberge eggs and jewellry. This museum supplies jewellery to European nobility like Russian tsar. Other attractions in Baden Baden include the Lichtental Monastery, Baden Baden City Museum, Ruins of Romans Baths and Castle Hohenbaden.
Besides seeing these attractions, there is also quite a lot to do in Baden Baden as well. Taking a walk in the forests and hills around town and river Oos is always an exciting activity. You can pick a booklet at Trinkhalle and get an idea of the walks you can take depends on the bus routes. Walking is quite enjoyable and generally easy. Thermal baths in Baden Baden are very fulfilling and it is something that you shouldn’t miss. Romerplatz is home to Roman baths ruins and you can enjoy thermal waters at Friedrichsbad and Caracalla Therme. The Roman bath ruins are just a small area having excavations and have an audio guide available in English.
Caracalla Therme is a modern bathing complex with steam rising in the many outdoor pools found here. Once you get at the pool area, you will find a number of outdoor and indoor pools to enjoy yourself, whirlpools, a café, water jets and waterfalls among others. Children below three years of age are not allowed in the pool and you should be well advised if you are going for a vacation here with your family.
While at Caracalla Therme spa, you will be required to wear your swimming costumes all the time while at the pools just like the nearby Friedrichsbad Spa. You can enjoy wonderful selections of outdoor and indoor saunas, plunge pools, steam rooms, relaxation areas at your pleasure. Sleeping can be reserved at Brenner’s Park Hotel and Spa, Hotel am Markt and Historic Hotel Rathausglockel.
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