The Baden-Baden region of Germany has been on my bucket list of destinations to visit since day one. Not only is it seemingly one of the most beautiful parts of Europe, but it is the place that my family originate from, definitely a place I need to visit. I was invited to visit the region on a three day whistle-stop tour, courtesy of Fly-Baden – a co-operation of tourist destinations within the Baden-Baden region. Here’s what to expect from a holiday to this beautiful part of Germany. You can read more about my trip in my post about the Black Forest and my tips for a day out at Europa-Park.
What to expect on a holiday to the Baden-Baden region and the Black Forest
To get to the Baden-Baden region, famously home to Germany’s Black Forest, you can fly directly into the Baden-Airpark in the Upper Rhine Valley. The airport is ideally located for access to the entire region.
During your trip, you can head into the gorgeous Black Forest to taste culinary delights such as the famous Black Forest Gateau.
Visitors will experience nature in Rastatt, one of the most stunning parts of Europe. Whether that be hiking, cycling or golf, it will be both relaxing and awe-inspiring.
It is worthwhile taking time to absorb the atmosphere and culture in the vibrant city of Karlsruhe, a lively and dynamic city full of inspiration, set in beautiful surroundings.
Learn about the amazing technology, education and employment in the Karlsruhe Technology Region – home to top universities.
For the ultimate in relaxation, you head to the Baden-Baden Wellness facility to indulge in elegant spas, beauty treatments, art and culture.
If you’re inspired to visit the region, I can highly recommend it. The problem with press trips is that they are very structured. I went on a whistle-stop tour of the Baden-Baden region to let you know what it’s like. In future, I hope to explore the region in my own time.