Baden-Baden

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Leonardo Royal Hotel Baden-Baden

Falkenstraße 2, 76530 Baden-Baden
7 minutes walk to the fair ground
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Baden-Baden

In Germany’s Black Forest, Baden-Baden rose to fame back in the 19th century, when it was favoured by the elite for its cleansing thermal springs and elegant architecture. These days, it’s just as popular, with celebrities and royalty among its recent visitors – drawn, no doubt, to Baden-Baden’s alpine spas, grand casino and chic hotels. Healing properties aside, Baden-Baden is also a wonderfully cultured town, packed with pleasant open-air cafes, stylish boutiques and perfectly tended gardens that frame the town’s river Oos. If you’re looking for a Baden-Baden hotel, Leonardo Royal Hotel Baden-Baden is a stylish base from which to explore Baden-Baden city centre.

Get your bearings

The best way to get to know Baden-Baden is to spend a morning strolling around the Old Town. A 15-minute walk or a 7-minute bus ride from Leonardo Royal Hotel Baden-Baden, the Old Town is home to pretty cobblestone alleyways and candy-coloured buildings housing all sorts of exciting traders, from jewellery designers and art galleries to winemakers and bakeries.

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Let your aches drift away with a day at the Caracalla Spa, Baden-Baden’s most famous attraction. Spend time in the warm thermal pools, sunbathe on the manicured lawns or visit the wellness lounge for a sauna or a massage.

While you’re there

Visit Baden-Baden’s highest peak, Mekur mountain, by stepping aboard the longest funicular railway train in Germany. Let the train take you to the peak in little over five minutes, where you’ll join day-trippers and hikers admiring the scented wildflowers and breath-taking views from the top. Pack a picnic or stop by the mountain restaurant, Merkurstüble, for lunch or a cup of coffee and piece of cake.

In Germany’s Black Forest, Baden-Baden rose to fame back in the 19th century, when it was favoured by the elite for its cleansing thermal springs and...
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