The German city of Baden-Baden is famous for its many health resorts, which are considered an important center for attracting visitors and tourists, and the following are mentioned for the most important resorts:
- Friedrichsbad Resort (English: Friedrichsbad): It is a historical resort built in the mid-nineteenth century, and includes many hot spring baths that were built in the Romen style, and others.
- Salina Saline Resort (in German: Salina Meersalzgrotte): This resort is famous for the presence of marine salts that treat the skin and respiratory system problems.
- Caracalla Terme Resort (in italyn: Caracalla Therme): It is a modern, modern resort with a number of swimming pools and bathrooms.
- Brenners Park Hotel & Resort (German: Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa): It is an old hotel built during the nineteenth century AD, and includes within it a high-level spa.
The Kurgarten is considered one of the most important parks in the German city of Baden-Baden; it contains within it many tall trees and wonderful flowers, and it is visited by large numbers of the inhabitants of the region and tourists; The garden includes the Kurhouse Hall building, an old building that was built during the nineteenth century and used for events and meetings.Read:The cost of tourism in Thailand in detail
Lechintaler Alli Historical Park
One of the most attractive parks for tourists and visitors in Baden-Baden is the historic Leichnettler Ali garden, which was established during the nineteenth century AD and contains a large number of perennial trees, young shrubs, and picturesque flowers. It also passes through the small Aus River, and it has many paths designated for running, walking, and hiking places.
Frieder Borda Museum
One of the most important monuments of the city of Baden-Baden is the Frieder-Borda Museum, which contains many pieces of art, artwork, paintings, and expressive works from famous artists, such as: Gerard Richter, Jackson Pollock and Picasso.Read:What are the best cities for tourism in Turkey?
The Faberge Museum includes many art and historical pieces belonging to the Russian Caesars who ruled the region in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including: Muwahijat and stone statues covered in precious stones.