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COVID information

Find all the latest information here for a safe stay in Baden-Baden.

What regulations do currently apply? What do I have to pay attention to? What can I do and enjoy in Baden-Baden?

Corona in Baden-Baden

FAQs concerning the coronavirus

These rules currently apply in Baden-Baden.

Yes, tourist travel is permitted and you can enjoy Baden-Baden. All businesses and leisure facilities are open.

Please note that alert level I is in effect throughout Baden-Württemberg, including Baden-Baden:

At the alert level, people who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered are not allowed to enter or participate in some areas (2G).

For overnight guests:

  • Currently, tourist overnight stays are only allowed for vaccinated or recovered persons (2G).
  • For business overnight stays, 3G applies and a new negative test result must be presented every three days.

Gastronomy (indoors & outdoors)

Accommodation

✅ Caracalla Spa

Shopping

Museums & Galleries

Casino Baden-Baden

✅ Leisure providers (e.g. Merkur railway, segway Tours, carriage Rides, and much more)

✅ Parks and Gardens

Cultural events

Guided city tours

✅ Sports

❌ Discos

Christmas Market

❌ Friedrichsbad Spa

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

The following general regulations apply during alert level I for Baden-Württemberg. Special regulations and exceptions below.

In alert level I, persons aged 18 and over have to wear an FFP2 or comparable mask in indoor areas and public transport where masks are compulsory.

 Areas of life Measures
Accommodation 2G (Vaccinated, recovered) Exceptions for business travellers
Catering and amusement premises (indoors)** 2G (Vaccinated or recovered)
Recreational facilities (indoors) 2G (Vaccinated or recovered)
Cultural facilities (indoors) 2G 
Discos closed
Public events (in closed rooms) 2G or 2G+ (depending on the capacity level)
Tourist traffic (boat trips, cable cars, bus trips, etc.) 2G (Vaccineted or recovered)
Retail 3G  (Excluding essential supplies & take away and delivery offers)
Public transport 3G
Religious events social distance of 1,5 metres
Trade fairs & exhibitions Not permitted
Sports 2G (Vaccinated or recovered)
Body-related services 2G (Vaccinated or recovered) Excluding hairdresser 3G (Vaccinated, recovered or tested)

Contact restrictions in alert level I: A household may only meet with two other persons from another household. Excluded from the number of persons are recovered and vaccinated persons, children and adolescents up to and including 17 years of age and persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons or for whom there is no general vaccination recommendation by the STIKO. Couples who do not live together are considered as one household.

Explanation

2G: Proven vaccinated or recovered

2G+: Proven vaccinated or recovered AND tested

3G: Proven vaccinated, recovered or tested (with rapid test)

3G+: Proven vaccinated, recovered or tested (PCR test required)

*Persons up to and including 17 years of age do not count towards the number of persons. Couples who do not live together are considered as one household.
** Children/adolescents up to and including 17 years of age do not count.
*** Persons with a booster vaccination or whose full immunisation (vaccination/recovery) was not longer than three months ago are exempt from compulsory testing for 2G+.
Special regulations and exemptions for children, persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons or persons for whom there is no general vaccination recommendation by the STIKO can be found here.

Please continue to observe the distance rules and mask obligation.

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

The "2G rule" (short for German “geimpft oder genesen") means vaccinated or recovered.

  • 2G: Proven to have been vaccinated OR have recovered
  • 2G+: Proven to have been vaccinated, have recovered AND tested (rapid-test or PCR test)

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

  • 3G: Proven to have been vaccinated, have recovered OR have been tested (rapid-test
  •  3G+: Proven to have been vaccinated, have recovered OR have been tested (PCR test required)

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