A visit to the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden’s famous concert hall, is always a special occasion. The current programme will without doubt fulfil all you cultural needs regardless of whether you attend an opera, a ballet or a concert – I can certainly promise you that. It’s no coincidence that Germany’s largest opera and concert venue – delightfully integrated into the building of the town’s former railway station – is world famous for its unique architecture and performances by today’s top artists. Taking a pair of opera glasses with you is one particular tip I can provide. Appropriate clothing should also be selected for the occasion.
Sharing a border with Brenners private park is the famous Lichtentaler Allee – the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing stroll. During this walk you could also visit the town’s museum, the Museum Frieder Burda, the theatre or even our Mediterranean oriented restaurant, the RIVE GAUCHE. After, you will understand why this expanse of green stretching through Baden-Baden is also called the Culture Mile. At the end of the Allee stands the impressive Kurhaus which also houses the town’s Belle Époque casino where a number of famous personalities have already succumbed to its charm. Only a few paces away is the town’s pump house –the Trinkhalle. It’s well worth making the short detour particularly with its 90-metre long porch and the 14 murals portraying local myths and legends on its walls.
As you can see, there are numerous places and special occasions in Baden-Baden for you to wear your favourite fashions, whether chic or dapper. I’m already looking forward to your visit and am available at all times to answer any questions you may have.