Location: Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Baden-Baden is a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It is located in the west of the country on the edge of the natural area Black Forest not far from the border with France in the government district of Karlsruhe.
In the 19th century, the city developed into a fashionable spa town and is still known today for its thermal baths. Among the best known are Caracalla Therme, Friedrichsbad
The city’s main promenade, runs along the Oos River and is lined with parks.
The casino modeled after the Palace of Versailles, is part of the Kurhaus complex.
Trinkhalle of the Kurhaus has a Hall decorated with frescoes and a mineral fountain. The side entrance does not suggest anything special at first. But once you step inside, a long hall stretches into the distance with columns on one side and fresco paintings on the other.
Neues Schloss (The New Castle) is located on the Florentine Hill.
The old market place is located by the beautiful church Stiftskirche in the historical looking city center.
The theater located on Goetheplatz is the municipal theater of the city and is known for its history and actors.
Old Castle Ruines
The ruin of an imposing historical castle complex with a tower is located on the hill not far from the city. The entrance is free of charge.