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The current situation in Baden-Baden

Information on the coronavirus disease

On this page we are trying to keep you up to date with the developments and situation in Baden-Baden. Due to the daily changing situation we ask for your understanding if we are not always able to do so. Additionally, we try to update the information on our website regarding opening times and events step by step.

Information provided as of 1 April 2021

Current measures and regulations

The following measures will apply from April 01 2021.

#1 Obligation to wear masks

Wearing maks is obligatory in the center of the city: Lange Straße, Sophienstraße, Augustaplatz, as well as along the entire Lichtentaler Allee.

#2 Click & Collect in retail stores: Shop now with an appointment! 
 
With an incidence higher than 100 new infections, the Baden-Baden retail stores offer the so-called "Click & Collect". The prerequisite is compliance with hygiene measures, wearing a medical mask or FFP2 mask. With Click & Meet, you can order products online or by phone and and arrange your time slot to pick up individually.
Further information on opening hours and the Click & Collect offer of the retail stores can be found here.  

#3 Art and Culture

Visits to museums, galleries, memorials, zoological and botanical gardens are not possible at the moment.
The following cultural and leisure facilities in Baden-Baden are closed:

#4 Contact restrictions
Private meetings in public or private space of up to five people from no more than two households are allowed again. Children of the two households up to and including 14 years of age are not counted. Couples who do not live together count as one household.

There is a curfew from 09 pm to 05 am.

#5 Travelling and overnight stays
Overnight stays are not permitted for touristic reasons. Private travel and intra-regional tourist excursions should be avoided at all costs.
If you are travelling to Baden-Baden on business, for medical or other special reasons and are looking for a place to stay, many of our hotels are happy to accommodate you for this purpose. Find the right accommodation here.

#6 Gastronomy
Restaurants and and other gastronomic establishments such as bars and cafés will remain closed up to and including 28.03.2021. However, delivery and collection of food is still allowed!
Find out here which of your favourite restaurants offer pick-up and delivery services.

#7 Thermal baths and well-being

The operation of all swimming and leisure pools, thermal baths and saunas is prohibited. This includes the Caracalla Spa and the Friedrichsbad as well as all other swimming pools in and around Baden-Baden.

#8 Events 

Events that serve entertainment purposes are prohibited. If you have any questions regarding your booked event, please contact the respective organiser.

Corona in Baden-Baden

FAQs concerning the coronavirus disease

The Federal Government and State Governments have consulted on further measures to stop the diffuse and exponential spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

The results are summarised below.

The Federal Government calls for avoiding private travel and visits of family and friends. This also applies to domestic and supra-regional tourist trips.

Since accommodation is only permitted for necessary and non-touristic purposes, our accommodation facilities are not allowed to accept private travellers as guests until further notice.

Travellers should only travel for business, medical or other necessary reasons. These "necessary reasons" include, for example, visiting relatives in need of assistance.

All travellers to Germany have to register online prior to their entry on the website www.einreiseanmeldung.de. If you are entering Germany from another country and have visited a risk area or high-incidence area in the 10 days before your arrival, then you are in general required to stay in quarantine for 10 days after entry. If you have spent time in an area of variants of concern, then your quarantine period lasts 14 days.

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
  • during religious events and funerals
  • in doctors' surgeries, hospitals and nursing homes

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.

Click & Meet in retail stores: Shop now with an appointment!
With an incidence of less than 100 new infections, the Baden-Baden retail stores offers the so-called "Click & Meet". The prerequisite is compliance with hygiene measures, wearing a medical mask or FFP2 mask. With Click & Meet, you can book your very own personal visit from 17.03.2021 and arrange your time slot individually. You can arrange your shopping appointment in advance online or by telephone with the respective shop.
Further information on opening hours and the Click & Meet offer of the retail stores can be found here.

Visits to museums, galleries, memorials, zoological and botanical gardens are possible with prior appointment booking and documentation of contact details.

For detailed information, please refer to the website of the respective institution.

Private meetings in public or private space of up to five people from no more than two households are allowed again. Children of the two households up to and including 14 years of age are not counted. Couples who do not live together count as one household.

Der Schnelltest Center Baden-Baden befindet sich neben der Löwen Apotheke in der Lichtentaler Straße 3, Eingang in der Rettigstrasse.

Die Tests werden nach vorheriger Terminabsprache durchgeführt. Nur symptomfreie Personen können sich testen lassen. Freie Termine können online gebucht werden.

Citizens should avoid private travel and visits of family and friends. That also applies within Germany and to supra-regional tourist excursions.

Overnight stays are only permitted for necessary and non-touristic reasons. Hotels and other accommodation establishments may welcome business travellers.

Please contact the intended accommodation in advance to find out whether it is available at the desired time. You can find an overview of the accommodation here.

Restaurants and and other gastronomic establishments such as bars and cafés will remain closed up to and including 28.03.2021. However, delivery and collection of food is still allowed!
Our restaurateurs are looking forward to every order and to continuing to spoil you with culinary delights. You can find a current overview of the pick-up and delivery services here .

The operation of all swimming and leisure pools as well as thermal baths and saunas is prohibited. This also applies to the Caracalla Spa and the Friedrichsbad.

The Casino Baden-Baden remains closed until further notice.

Events that serve the purpose of entertainment are prohibited. If you have any questions regarding your booked event, please contact the respective organiser. For the return or exchange of already booked tickets, please contact the organiser or your booking office.

With the decision of the federal government, both of our tourist information offices will have to close.
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

Further information on the coronavirus disease in Germany

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

Federal Ministry of Health

Current information on the coronavirus

Federal Foreign Office 

Coronavirus: 4 things travelers to Germany should know 

The Federal Government 

FAQs on the coronavirus 

Robert Koch Institut 

SARS-CoV-2 in Germany 

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