Festival theatre

Festival Hall Baden-Baden

Festspielhaus Baden-Baden,  Beim Alten Bahnhof 2,  76530 Baden-Baden


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\u201cTHE BELLE \u00c9POQUE<\/strong> MEETS THE AGE OF INSTAGRAM<\/strong>\u201d<\/p>\n

is the headline the New York Times recently used to describe Baden-Baden \u2013 and it\u2019s certainly true that today the city\u2019s rich history blends seamlessly with a highly contemporary lifestyle. Baden-Baden is revitalising itself and attracting increasing numbers of international visitors. What makes this small but impressively cosmopolitan city so appealing? First and foremost: it has always been this way through history. Baden-Baden was established over 2,000 years ago as a place for people to relax and reconnect with themselves. Water, light, earth and air are the city\u2019s precious resources. Extraordinary hot springs, spas and nature, hotels of unparalleled quality \u2013 and the lure of the casino. Over the centuries, Baden-Baden has evolved into an enchanting destination, offering a spectacularly diverse range of opportunities for both relaxation and excitement.<\/p>","apiVersion":1,"currentInformation":"","description":"


Spa, beauty treatments, wellness<\/h3>\n

2000 years ago the Romans discovered the healing properties of the 12 thermal springs in Baden-Baden and they built the first thermal baths at the \"Schlossberg\" foothill. Today the healing thermal waters flow into the modern Caracalla Spa, which has plenty of room for healthy relaxation, with over 4000 square metres of space. The historic \"Friedrichsbad\" has offered an exclusive spa experience for over 135 years, bringing together the culture of Roman baths and Irish tradition. There are also many spa and wellness hotels offering a wide variety of exclusive, individually tailored treatments.<\/p>\n


Art & Culture<\/h3>\n

\nThe \"Festspielhaus\", Europe's second largest opera and concert hall, is a cultural treat. It is famed for its unique acoustics and the top events that it hosts all year round.
\n\u00a0The Museum Frieder Burda, built by New York star ar