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5 juin 2022

Fête du patrimoine mondial à Baden-Baden

Découvrir le patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO à Baden-Baden dans toute sa plénitude ?
Cela n'a jamais été aussi facile que lors de la fête du patrimoine mondial, au cours de laquelle toute la ville célèbre sa grande histoire en organisant une journée spéciale de découverte.

✓ Visites gratuites & visites guidées
✓ Costumes historiques et musique
✓ Représentations théâtrales et films du patrimoine mondial
✓ Royal Photo Service - photographe historique avec photos instantanées
✓ Concert de la Philharmonie en soirée

Due to illness, the Brahmshaus will be closed on the World Heritage Day. 

Yes - the World Heritage Site in Baden-Baden is a wonderful experience even when it rains ☂.

Many of the guided tours, theatres and programmes take place indoors. And if you are in risk of getting wet, we recommend a quick visit to our Tourist Information, where you can buy really nice umbrellas ;-).

Throughout the city centre ❤ !

Seven city quarters and their surrounding landscape are part of the World Heritage Site in Baden-Baden. They are all the stage for the World Heritage Day. In the core and buffer zone, the special features that make up Baden-Baden's contribution to the World Heritage Site of the Important Spa Towns of Europe are still very much in evidence in many places today.

  • Old town with spa quarter with the Roman bath ruins, market square, Friedrichsbad, the old steam bath and the collegiate church.
  • New spa quarter with spa house and spa garden, casino, Trinkhalle & theatre, the Museum Frieder Burda, Kulturhaus LA8, and the State Art Gallery.
  • Gardens, parks and green spaces in Lichtentaler Allee, the Stourdza Chapel on Michaelsberg and the City Museum.
  • Suburbs with Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, the city library and the Festspielhaus.
  • Villa areas with Paradise and Palais Biron.
  • Medieval monastery with Lichtenthal Abbey.
  • Buffer zone with spa landscape

Yes, the World Heritage Festival is free of charge. There are a few activities for which an entrance fee/participation fee is charged. There is a note on the prices in the programme overview.

For the World Heritage Day, we expect many guests in Baden-Baden. Here are a few tips for a relaxed journey.

Travel by public transport

Get from A to B easily, comfortably and environmentally consciously: The Baden-Baden public transport company ensures this every day and also at night with a dense network of routes and frequencies. The operating branch of Stadtwerke Baden-Baden provides a total of 47 buses for this purpose - and as one of the first public transport companies in Baden-Württemberg, it also provides two hybrid buses. 

By car to Baden-Baden

For a comfortable journey by car, it is best to use our P&R car parks at the Cineplex cinema or the P&R car park Bahnhof Süd. You will find further parking facilities in our parking garages.

The organisers of the World Heritage Day in Baden-Baden are the Ministry of Regional Development and Housing of Baden-Württemberg, the Municipality of Baden-Baden and Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH.

The Great Spa Towns of Europe are a group of eleven major European spa towns in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.

As a European initiative, they were jointly nominated for inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

All Information

World Heritage Day Programme Flyer

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