Baden-Baden: Brand your event in the international, elegant spa town in the Black Forest
By offering a unique array of meeting facilities and event locations ranging from the highly modern to the very traditional, Baden-Baden – the world-famous spa resort in the Black Forest – is the ideal destination for hosting your conventions, incentives and product placements. With its beautiful and breathtaking natural surrounds and relaxing atmosphere, the former “Summer Residence of Europe” looks forward to playing its part in your success story.
When it comes to incentive programmes, an unrivalled variety of activities with fascinating settings and scenarios are on offer here in this “green oasis”. There’s everything from classic car rallies along the world-famous Black Forest Panoramic Route, your own virtual horse races at Baden-Baden’s international racecourse, exclusive events in the neo-baroque rooms of Germany’s oldest casino, back stage parties in the Festspielhaus – Europe´s second largest opera and concert hall, as well as ultimate aerial adventures with a fleet of 26 hot-air balloons or a team-building climbing session at the high ropes course – all in all, unforgettable experiences for both organizers and participants alike.
The Museum Frieder Burda designed by the famous New York architect Richard Meier is the latest architectural highlight in the world-famous parks and gardens of the Lichtentaler Allee.
The best for the best … and that’s regardless of whether your choice of accommodation is the deluxe, five-star-plus Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, the Dorint Maison Messmer or one of the numerous business or boutique hotels. Culinary highlights are also guaranteed in excellent gourmet and exquisite Michelin star restaurants as well as countless bistros and cosy taverns with local flair and fine Baden cuisine. A mere six kilometres from the town centre is Baden-Baden’s “Rebland”, one of the most popular Riesling wine growing districts in Germany and a real insider tip for gourmets and connoisseurs of good wines.
Time for a short break? The town’s two thermal baths, the modern Caracalla Spa and the historic Roman-Irish “Friedrichsbad” together with many exquisite spa hotels are conducive to relaxation and well-being, and offer countless spa treatments. Baden-Baden’s natural setting where everything is within easy reach is the perfect environment for recharging your batteries.
Culture of the highest quality is on offer at the Festspielhaus – Europe’s second largest opera and concert hall. With its world-acclaimed acoustics, it presents an annual programme comprising more than 300 top class performances. World-renowned stars like Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the virtuosi Lang Lang and Anne-Sophie Mutter, and international ballet ensembles such as the Mariinsky Ballet are frequent visitors to the Festspielhaus’ stage.
The Museum Frieder Burda designed by the famous New York architect Richard Meier is the latest architectural highlight in the world-famous parks and gardens of the Lichtentaler Allee. Not only is the building itself fascinating but the private collection inside contains numerous masterpieces of classic modern art. The large summer exhibition of 2013 is devoted to Emil Nolde: “The Magnificence of Colours” (15th June – 13th Oct.). The Fabergé Museum, showcasing more than 700 exhibits, is a world first: it is the only museum of its kind dedicated to the life’s work of Carl Peter Fabergé. The highlight of its collection is the €12.5m Rothschild Egg.
In the picturesque streets and narrow lanes of Baden-Baden’s neo-baroque old town, numerous exclusive boutiques guarantee a first-class shopping experience. Those in search of brand products, international labels, unique antiques, jewellery and presents will find themselves in a shopping paradise!
Germany’s oldest and according to Marlene Dietrich “the most beautiful casino in the world” is the ideal place to round off a perfect day. It’s also an enjoyable temptation for international visitors to try their luck on the roulette wheel.