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Germany's famed holiday-resort town

The playground of Europe's royalty and aristocracy in the early 1800s, Germany's famed holiday-resort town of Baden-Baden, in the heart of the Black Forest, still draws thousands of tourists who come each year to relax in the waters. Baden-Baden is home to several art museums, a concert hall, and the Castle Hohenbaden.


How to get there?

By Car By Car

Motorways : Autobahn A5, A8, B3, B500
Exit : Baden-Baden

Motorway A5 Basle / Frankfurt,
A8 Munich / Karlsruhe Federal Highway B3 Kiel/Basle,
B500 France / Black Forest / Switzerland Motorway
Exit "Baden-Baden"

By Train By Train

Train station : Baden-Baden (ICE/EC/IC/IR trains)
Bus line : RVO/OVG 73 or RVO/OVG 78
Bus direction : Steingarden / Garmisch-Partenkirchen
or Schwangau
Arrival station : Baden-Baden

The train station Baden-Baden is a stop for ICE/EC/IC/IR trains as well as all other regional trains.
Main lines Basle / Hamburg, Basle / Rhineland, Basle / Berlin and 
Paris / Vienna via Stuttgart and Munich.

From the train station Baden-Baden Oos and all other bus stops you can reach the city centre and the surroundings comfortable and fast by bus

By Air By Air - Frankfurt International Airport

International airports : Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden 15 km,
Frankfurt 170 km,
Stuttgart 100 km,
Basel 160 km,
Zurich 300 km,
Strasbourg 60 km
Regional airport:  :

Baden Airpark 15 km with regularly flights with Air Berlin from Berlin and Hamburg, and with Ryanair e.g. from London Stansted, Rome, Ciampino, Barcelone Girona, Budapest, Porto, Riga, Stockholm Skavsta and Vilnius to Baden-Baden.

Flight connections from over 30 destinations non-stop by Air Berlin, Ryanair, TUIfly and many others. 

Train connections to the airports  : Baden-Baden - Frankfurt Airport 
Baden-Baden - Stuttgart Airport 
Baden-Baden - Basel EuroAirport 



Map of Baden-Baden


Prices are starting from, per person.