is located approximately 15 Km from Baden-Baden. There is no rail service but there is a bus service from outside the terminal building operated by SWEG. The journey would take around 30 minutes costing €2.50 and you can check the timetable on www.sweg.de
. There is a taxi service from outside arrivals which will cost you approximately €28.00 and take around 15 minutes.
Baden-Baden - Bathing BlissThe concept of well-being is a tradition that has been kept alive in Baden-Baden for thousands of years. Over 2000 years ago, the Romans had already discovered the healing powers of Baden-Baden’s thermal wells. Today, mineral-packed water bubbling from 2000 metres below the ground flows into the basins of the Friedrichsbad and Caracalla spas. Framed by splendid columns of marble, these spacious swimming and spa amenities offer relaxation in a luxurious environment. In the historic Friedrichsbad, guests can enjoy Roman bathing culture combined with Irish hot-air baths.
Europa Park - Boundless, Exciting, Mind-blowingAre you looking for thrills? Visit the world’s largest seasonal fun park located near Basel, Strasbourg and Freiburg, and have the kind of fun you'll be talking about for years. If you are ready to get away from it all and enter a world of fantasy and magic, the 13 European theme sections at Europa-Park will offer some great highlights. Over 100 magnificent attractions and shows, 10 roller-coasters and many other exciting features will be nothing short of exceeding your expectations. Truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
Karlsruhe - Young, Vibrant and Full of IdeasTree-lined streets arranged in a fan-shaped pattern converge at the grounds of the stately castle in the heart of Karlsruhe. Using Versailles as a model, Margrave Karl Wilhelm commissioned its construction in the 18th century. From the top of the castle tower visitors can enjoy spectacular views down on Via Triumphalis and the buildings designed by neo-classic master architect Friedrich Weinbrenner. However, Karlsruhe has more to offer than just history; the fan-shaped city boasts a lively student scene and many cultural attractions including art galleries and excellent shopping facilities.
Black Forest - Exciting, Inspiring, Full of SurprisesHigh moorlands and mountain lakes, rocks for climbing and idyllic orchards, gentle hillscapes and the sunny Kaiserstuhl add to the diversity of this region. Broad valleys, narrow glens, picturesque towns and villages are nestled in-between. The Black Forest is an ideal holiday destination for fans of nature and physical activity.
Rastatt District - Wine, Dine and Cultural HighlightsThe Administrative District of Rastatt is characterised by three types of countryside: Black Forest, Rhine and vineyards. The Black Forest with its mountain ranges, high moorlands can be found in the area of Kaltenbronn, and idyllic valleys dotted with typical hay barns provides great facilities for hiking fans, mountain bikers and winter sports enthusiasts who enjoy a day out in the fresh air. The region is part of the Central Black Forest nature reserve and includes the historic Murg valley. Its charming character makes it a popular destination for hiking, cycling and skiing.