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It's just a nice stroll, you might be lucky to see sone horse carriages on your way. It's a path along the river, very quiet and green. It's also filled with cute little bridges. I recommend it if you feel like peace and quiet
This is lovely - on a wet, winter day - possibly even prettier in Autumn!
But it’s a great walk in the park! Has a tennis club on the way as well. It’s just beautiful - the park, ducks, birds!
Certainly recommended - keep time...More
Lichtentaler Allee is a pleasant walk alone a small river Oos. It passes alone Trinkhalle building, Casino, Museum für Kunst und Technik, Stadtmuseum and Gönneranlage park. Most of the people walking are retired or reach tourists. The Allee must be beautiful in spring or early...More
We had a walk through this beautiful park, along the river. The leaves of the trees in autumn colours, the clear water providing mirrored images and the many water fountains had us in awe of the spectacular beauty of the park. Highly recommended.
You can have a very enjoyable stroll along this pathway and enjoy the views. The small stream and the greenery are very nice. You will also encounter some impressive houses and small hotels with interesting architecture. There is also the rose garden with beautiful flowers....More
We had the good fortune to book an Airbnb for the entire month of September right by Lichtentaler Allee. We LOVED walking into the city along this beautiful path/ parkway. Along the way there was a gazebos, dahlia garden, incredible, stately rose garden, statues, a...More
We were staying overnight in Baden Baden and came down here for a stroll in the morning. It was early autumn and the park was just beautiful. Try to make sure that you take the time to have a stroll here if you are staying...More
Response from Eleftheria S | Reviewed this property |
Goodmorning,sorry for the delayed answer.Yes its absolutely beautiful any time of the year.Wear warm clothes , take a raincoat or an umbrella and enjoy at least an hours walk up and back and then grab some coffee on your way... More
Goodmorning,sorry for the delayed answer.Yes its absolutely beautiful any time of the year.Wear warm clothes , take a raincoat or an umbrella and enjoy at least an hours walk up and back and then grab some coffee on your way back.
Hey guys My wife and I are headed to Germany for our honeymoon. I’m planning a 10 days road trip in Southern Germany before heading to Paris. Honestly, it’s our first time to Germany so just want to find out what you guys think about the plans I came up with. Not sure if they are realistic? Day 1: Arrive in Munich at 1230pm Walk around Marienplatz, Viktualienmakt, recover from long travel journey plus jet lag if any. Spend night in Munich Day 2: Pick up rental car Dachau...More
May 25, 2016|
Public Car Park in Baden Baden (2 Replies)
I will be driving from Frankfurt Airport to Gengenbach on a Monday afternoon and have decided to make a stop in Baden Baden to stretch my legs and walk in the Lichtentaler Allee. Can anyone tell me where is the best place to try to find short term public parking in Baden Baden that would be located near to the allee? Thank you very much for any advice that you can give.
April 26, 2015|
Just follow the parking guidance system (pink section) towards "Parkhaus Wagener" or "Kurparkgarage" or (brown section) to "Kongresshausgarage".
NATO summit in Baden-Baden 3-4 April 2009 (1 Replies)
Due to the NATO summit in Baden-Baden, Strasbourg and Kehl it is expected to have special circumstances regarding traffic, sightseeing restrictions and demonstrations against the summit in this time. Due to the summit dinner on 3 April eve at the "Kurhaus" ,the "Lichtentaler Allee" including some main sights will be kind of closed by police. Also the motorway A5 and the B 500 can temporarily be closed due to transfers of all those high level politicans. If you plan to get to the airport...More
March 15, 2009|
Baden-Baden will be a fortress in those two days. Even locals who live in the centre won't be able to move freely. Avoid, avoid, avoid.