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Some of Europe's most beautiful cities are easily accessible from Baden-Baden: the French city of Strasbourg, the lovely old student town of Freiburg, or Heidelberg with its picturesque old quarter.

Vineyards, classic car tours, Formula 1 tracks, casino and history. Baden-Baden is central to so many regions offering a range of interesting excursions for all.

Trips And Tours Around Baden-Baden

We are in the centre of the third largest wine producing region in Germany which is particularly renowned for its Riesling and Pinot Noir. Take a chauffeured tour around the wineries, in Oskar, Brenners’ classic VW Samba; we will prepare a gourmet picnic for you to enjoy with the delightful scenery.

There are three major meetings at the nearby Iffezheim Racecourse, Spring event in May, the Grand Festival Week in August/ September, and the Sales and Racing Festival in October. Brenners has its own private hospitality lounge, please ask our concierge for details and to arrange race tickets.

A few minutes drive along the world-famous Black Forest Scenic Route, Schwarzwaldhochstrasse, brings you to the national park and a world of natural beauty. A short hike from the hotel is the Geroldsau waterfall where thunderous waters plunge into the turquoise pond.

Take a gentle tour of local vineyards and valleys in ‘Oskar’ our classic VW Samba or shoot over to the Hockenheimring motor racing track which is an hour away for an ‘experience training’ session on the Formula 1 circuit, then visit the Motor Sports Museum. In Stuttgart, also an hour away, is the spectacular Porsche Museum, the architecture alone is worth the trip.

There are many castles in the Baden region within 10 minutes drive. Alt Eberstein Castle Ruins offers lovely views over the Rhine Valley. Yburg is a former knight's castle, it is a steep climb up but the medieval tower still stands among the remains of the castle wall. Schloss Favorite is an 18th century summer palace with a charming English garden and an exquisite collection of porcelain. 

The Kurhaus is elegantly set amidst gardens beside the Oos River. To visit the belle époque casino you should take your passport to register and dress up, men must wear jackets and ties. 

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