Spring in Baden-Baden
Out to the charming cafés, catching the first rays of sunshine. A walk along the peaceful waters of the Oos. Everything is blooming and fragrant. Magnolias glow in Lichtentaler Allee. Tulips in front of the Kurhaus. Music is in the air, not only during the Easter Festival.
Here you can find out the best tips for your springtime in Baden-Baden.
Things to know about the Springtime in Baden-Baden:
Yes ♡ Baden-Baden is absolutely beautiful in spring!
Lichtentaler Allee transforms into a bright sea of flowers of crocuses, followed by daffodils and tulips, as early as the end of February. Everything blossoms and smells. The first warm rays of sunshine invite you to spend some time in the city's pretty cafés.
It is the perfect mix of idyllic small town and the cultural offerings of a metropolis, pretty alleys and lots of nature, numerous opportunities for shopping... and especially in spring, the hiking trails in and around Baden-Baden are particularly charming.
Baden-Baden is EVERYTHING AND MUCH MORE!
We have put together the most beautiful blossom locations and exciting information for you.
The beginning of spring in Germany begins on 20 March and also finds its way into Baden-Baden.
The sun's rays bring nature to new life. Crocuses are sprouting in Lichtentaler Allee, Japanese ornamental cherries in white and delicate pink and magnolias offer a lush flowering of woody plants. This is complemented by blue stars and daffodils, whose blue, yellow and white bands of colour run through the entire city area. And the city centre also awakens to new life in the spring sunshine.
Baden-Baden is embedded in the northern Black Forest, not far from the Rhine plain, approx. 173m above sea level, which also has an effect on the climate.
The climate in Baden-Baden is warm and temperate. With a south-westerly flow, Mediterranean air spoils the city with mild temperatures, while in the rest of Germany winter clothing is still the order of the day.
So it's quite possible that Baden-Baden already hits the temperature mark of 20 degrees in spring.
The rose novelty competition in Baden-Baden is considered one of the most important in Europe. The novelty garden on the Beutig can even compete with the renowned test gardens in Paris, Rome and St. Albans in England.
Every summer, Baden-Baden is in for "rosy times". At the International Rose Novelty Competition, enthusiasts, breeders and judges meet to choose the most beautiful of all roses.