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.
Holidays in Baden-Baden
Yes, since 28 June 2021, relaxations of incidence level 2 (10-35) apply.
Tourist travel is permitted and you can enjoy Baden-Baden - relaxed and safe.
Now this applies to Baden-Baden:
- Opening of hotels, holiday flats and other accommodation establishments - with pool, sauna and wellness areas without compulsory testing
- Opening of outdoor and indoor gastronomy - without compulsory testing
- Opening of the Caracalla Spa
- Opening of the Casino
- Permissibility of cultural events, in particular theatre, opera and concert performances as well as outdoor film screenings with up to 750 participants, indoors with up to 250 participants
- Opening of galleries, museums and memorials. Guided tours for groups of up to 20 people
- Opening of parks and gardens
- Outdoor and indoor sports are possible without special regulations
- Opening of outdoor areas of swimming pools as well as bathing lakes
- Permissibility of guided city tours for groups of up to 20 people
✅ Restaurants, cafés & bars (outdoor & indoor)
✅ Hotels & holiday apartments (including wellness area)
✅ Museums & Galleries (Guided tours for groups of up to 20 people)
✅ Caracalla Spa
✅ Leisure providers (Merkur railway, City Train, Segway Tours, carriage rides, TukTuk tours...)
✅ Parks & gardens
✅ Guided city tours for up to 20 participants
✅ Cultural events for up to 750 participants outdoor or 250 persons indoor
✅ Sports & fitness
❌ Friedrichsbad Spa
Special rules apply to all areas for your protection, these can be found below.
FAQs concerning the coronavirus disease
These rules currently apply in Baden-Baden.
Restaurants, bars and cafés are open.
Since 28.06.2021, all special regulations (e.g. compulsory testing indoors or restriction of the number of persons) have been dropped. There is only a smoking ban in closed rooms.
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.
The Casino Baden-Baden is fully open.
Classic play is open Sunday - Thursday from 5pm - 1am; Friday and Saturday from 5pm - 2am.
The slot machine game is open from Sunday - Thursday from 12 - 2 a.m.; Friday and Saturday from 12 - 3 a.m.
In the casino, guided tours are also available.
Please note that you must wear a medical mask when visiting the casino
Our retail shop is now open again and you can shop spontaneously and relaxed. There is no longer an obligation to test.
Please note that the mask obligation and distance rules are still valid.
Theatre, opera and concert performances, as well as film screenings are once again permitted outdoors - with a maximum of 750 participants - indoors with up to 250 participants.
The Baden-Baden Theatre is open again! In the inner courtyard of the theatre & on the market square you can enjoy a varied programme for young and old in a relaxed open-air atmosphere. P
If you have any questions about your booked event, please contact the respective organiser.
Private meetings in public or private space are allowed from 4 households with a maximum of 15 persons. Children of the two households up to and including 13 years, vaccinated and convalescent persons are not counted. Couples who do not live together count as one household.
There is no curfew.
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 closed rooms intended for the general public or for public traffic
- in business and work premises and places of employment
- during permitted services close to the body
Please note that you are only allowed to eter one of the mentioned areas, if you wear a medical mask. Medical masks are OP masks (DIN EN 14683:2019-10) or FFP2 (DIN EN 149:2001) or masks of the standards KN95/N95.
Access to care facilities and hospitals is only permitted with FFP2 masks or KN95 or N95 masks. Children up to and including 14 years of age may continue to wear everyday masks. Children up to and including 5 years of age continue to be exempt from the mask requirement.
Yes, all accommodation facilities are open again - including wellness offers.
No, there is no curfew in Baden-Baden.
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
Due to the dynamically developing situation, you will always find up-to-date information on the following pages: