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Baden. Recreation and entertainment

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Baden – a quiet town literally immersed in greenery, attracting many tourists every year with its opportunities for recreation and entertainment.

Here is the largest casino in the whole of Austria, attracting lovers of   gambling. You can also try your luck at the local horse races, which are held from early June to September.

Here, in the Congress Palace, there is also an excellent restaurant Do & Co, where you can taste local cuisine and Austrian wines.

Fans of active recreation at the resort can enjoy sports such as tennis, golf, swimming, badminton, cycling, martial arts and fitness.

A large area of Baden is occupied by parks and gardens. One of the most famous parks – The resort park, where an orchestra plays every day and you can see monuments of thoughts to composers – Lanner and Strauss.

From June to September, an operetta festival takes place in the Spa Park. Every year, various international programs are held at the Congress House, the gallery in the Beethoven Museum, exhibitions and much more.

Concerts, theater performances and open-air exhibitions are held regularly in Baden.


Largest casino in Austria


Baden is famous for its healing properties of local waters, which were known in ancient times of the Roman Empire. Mineral waters from Baden are used in baths, massages and much more.

In just a few decades, the Baden thermal complex has become famous throughout Europe, thanks to the combination of the latest technology and magnificent natural conditions.

Sulphurous springs are the main health resort in Baden. Their water is used for bathing, drinking, healing and healing.   Not only the springs, but also the healing air of the spa contributes to health improvement.  

Various rheumatic diseases, arthrosis, joint damage, `` wear and tear '' are treated in the resorts of Baden. spine.

Sulfurous thermal waters penetrate the human body through the skin and thus have an effect on the body's metabolism, which has a positive effect on its condition.

The largest thermal complex in Baden is the Roemer Therme (Roman Baths).   Outdoor pools with sulphurous water and grassy water are used both in summer and winter. Also in this complex there is a sports and health center offering visitors a variety of programs: from doctor's observations to cosmetic procedures.

Roemer Therme offers many procedures: sulfur baths, inhalations, water gymnastics, massage, oxygen treatment, wellness ligaments and joints, laser treatment, full and partial massage, gymnastics, spine training, electrotherapy and much more.


Roman Baths in Baden


Baden is a city famous for its ancient architecture.

Main square The square took its modern look after a fire in 1812. The square lies in the middle of the pedestrian zone. It houses the Town Hall, which was built according to the project of Josef Kornyzhzel, the Emperor's House and the column of the Holy Trinity, which is approximately 20 meters high.

St. Stephen's Church. The church was built in the late Gothic style. this church is 64 meters high This church was erected in honor of the holy martyr Stephen. The great composer Mozart once personally conducted the choir here. This is reminiscent of a giant baroque organ.

Beethoven's House. The great composer Ludwig van Beethoven often visited Baden. In the Rathausgasse house, where the composer stayed on arrival in the city, the Solemn Mass was written, and the famous Ninth Symphony was completed. In the same house, Beethoven often received his art colleagues. Now the house where Beethoven lived is a museum and is open to visitors.  


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Author: Kelly Costine