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Relaxed and safe in Baden-Baden

What regulations currently apply? What do I have to pay attention to? What can I do and enjoy in Baden-Baden?
Find all the latest information here for a safe and relaxed stay in Baden-Baden.

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Holidays in Baden-Baden

Yes, tourist travel is permitted and you can enjoy Baden-Baden - relaxed and safe.

Now this applies to Baden-Baden:

Please note that the 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing (rapid test), vaccination or recovery.

Restaurants, cafés & bars (outdoor & indoor)
Hotels & holiday apartments (including wellness area)
Shops
Museums & Galleries
Casino
✅ Caracalla Spa
Leisure providers (Merkur railway, City Train, Segway Tours, carriage rides, TukTuk tours...)
Parks & gardens
✅ Guided city tours
Cultural events
Sports & fitness

❌ Friedrichsbad Spa

Special rules apply to all areas for your protection, these can be found below.

Corona in Baden-Baden

FAQs concerning the coronavirus disease

These rules currently apply in Baden-Baden.

The Caracalla Spa is open.

Outdoor pools and bathing lakes are already open.

Pools, saunas and hotel wellness areas may also be open.

The Friedrichsbad remains closed.

Please note that the 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing (rapid test), vaccination or recovery.

Restaurants, bars and cafés are open.

Please note that the 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing (rapid test), vaccination or recovery.

Distance rules and mask requirement still apply.

Our gastronomes look forward to your visit and to continuing to spoil you with culinary delights. You can find a current overview here.

An overview of the facilities (test centres, pharmacies, doctor's surgeries and test offers of the gastronomy & hotel industry) that currently offer free coronavirus testing opportunities can be found here

Visits to museums, Casino Baden-Baden, Festival Hall Baden-Baden, galleries and memorials are permitted.

Please note that the 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing (rapid test), vaccination or recovery.

Distance rules and mask requirement still apply.

The Casino Baden-Baden is fully open.

Classic play is open Sunday - Thursday from 5pm - 1am; Friday and Saturday from 5pm - 3am.
The slot machine game is open from Sunday - Thursday from 12pm - 2am; Friday and Saturday from 12pm - 3am.

In the casino, guided tours are also available.

Please note that the 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing (rapid test), vaccination or recovery.

Distance rules and mask requirement still apply.

Our retail shop is open and you can shop spontaneously and relaxed.

Please note that the mask obligation and distance rules are still valid.

Yes, public events are allowed.

At indoor events, all visitors must show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative rapid corona antigen test (3G). Furthermore, masks are compulsory.

At outdoor events with more than 5,000 visitors and/or if the distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained, 3G also applies.

 
Here you can find the current event calendar:

ALL EVENTS IN BADEN-BADEN

If you have any questions about your booked event, please contact the respective organiser.

No, private meetings and private events are possible without restrictions.

You don't have to wear a mask outside in the city center.

The wearing of a face mask is compulsory

  • in public transport
  • when shopping
  • in enclosed rooms intended for the public or for the general public
  • at events in enclosed rooms   
  • in communal facilities of hotels and other accommodation establishments
  • at trade fairs and congresses
  • in cultural and leisure facilities
  • at services close to the body

A medical mask (DIN EN 14683:2019-10) must be worn. FFP2 masks (DIN EN 149:2001) or KN95-/N95-/KF94-/KF95 masks are also permitted. Outdoors, masks are compulsory if a distance of at least 1.5 metres from other persons cannot be permanently maintained.
Children up to and including 5 years of age are further exempted from the mask obligation.

Yes, all accommodation facilities are open again - including wellness offers. You can find an overview of the accommodation here.

The 3G rule applies on arrival. Admission only permitted after presentation of a negative Corona rapid test or proof of recovery or vaccination. If there is no proof of recovery or vaccination, a new Corona rapid test must be submitted every three days.

Yes, clubs and discos are open.
Please note that the 3G rule applies in closed rooms. Persons who have not been vaccinated or recovered must present a negative PCR test. A rapid antigen test is not sufficient here.
Distance rules and mask requirement still valid.

The "3G rule" (short for German “geimpft, getestet, genesen") means vaccinated, tested, recovered.

The 3G rule applies indoors. All visitors must have a negativ proof of testing, vaccination or recovery.

In certain areas, non-vaccinated persons must present a negative rapid antigen test that is no more than 24 hours old. This applies uniformly throughout Baden-Württemberg - regardless of the current 7-day incidence in the respective city or district.
Children up to and including five years of age as well as pupils at primary and secondary schools, pupils at special education and counselling centres (SBBZ) as well as at vocational schools are exempt from the obligation to test. Proof is provided, for example, by the pupil's identity card. Six- and seven-year-old children who have not yet started school are also exempt.

The obligation to test for unvaccinated persons applies in the following areas: 

  • Visits to hospitals, old people's homes and nursing homes as well as institutions for the disabled.
  • Galleries, museums, memorials as well as archives, libraries and librarians - people who only collect or return media do not need 3G proof.
  • Indoor catering - the collection of food is permitted without a 3G certificate.
  • For external guests in company canteens as well as refectories and cafeterias at universities and academies according to the Academy Act.
  • Indoor entertainment venues such as amusement arcades, betting parlours and casinos.
  • Generally at indoor and outdoor events where there are more than 5,000 visitors and/or the distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained. These include:
    • Concerts
    • Theatre or opera performances
    • Guided citytours
    • Company and club celebrations
    • Film screenings
    • City and folk festivals
    • Sport events
  • trade fairs, exhibitions and congresses.
  • When using close-contact services such as cosmetic studios, nail studios, cosmetic foot care, massage studios, tattoo and piercing studios, laser and IPL studios for cosmetic treatments, hairdressing businesses, barbershops and massage studios.
  • Indoor sports, such as fitness studios, swimming pools or gymnasiums.
  • Saunas and similar facilities such as solariums, steam baths or hamams.
  • Tourist transport services such as river and sea transport for excursions, tourist bus, rail and cable car services, Zeppelin sightseeing flights and museum flights.
  • Access to enclosed areas in amusement parks and other leisure facilities such as zoological and botanical gardens as well as high ropes courses, indoor playgrounds and mini-golf courses.
  • Adult education services such as adult education courses in enclosed spaces.
  • At music, art and youth art schools.
  • In accommodation establishments such as hotels of all kinds, inns, guesthouses, holiday flats, holiday homes, holiday parks, sharing accommodation, (permanent) camping sites and mobile home sites for which a fee is charged, a test is required on arrival and then every three days during the stay.
  • Clubs and discos. Non-immunised visitors must present a negative PCR test.

The testing requirement does not apply to recreational and amateur sports in outdoor sports facilities, controlled-access bathing lakes and outdoor swimming pools, or to sports for official purposes, rehabilitation sports, school sports, study activities and top-level or professional sports.
Providers, organisers, operators and service providers are obliged to check the proof of testing, vaccination or convalescence to be submitted.

Our colleagues will be happy to answer any questions you may have by telephone or email.

Tourist Information Office
Mon to Fri 09:00 to 18:00 hrs
Phone +49 7221 275 200
Mail info@baden-baden.com

Due to the dynamically developing situation, you will always find up-to-date information on the following pages:

Information from the State of Baden-Württemberg

Current information for Baden-Württemberg

General information on the current situation in Germany

Current travel information from the Federal Ministry of Health

Risk assessment & FAQs of the Robert Koch Institute