For this wonderful month of November, when autumn colors light up once again and the first mists move through the Lichtentaler Allee, we have a few valuable tips for you. November offers a highlight for every taste in Baden-Baden: Autumn festival at the Festspielhaus, TV Film Festival at the Kurhaus, wellness experiences at the Caracalla Spa, gourmet pleasures, the start of the most beutifulChristmas market and the first snow in the Black Forest. All in a short walking distance to the Hotel am Sophienpark.
Special offers and packages for direct bookers.
WELLNESS FOR YOUR SOUL
How soothing now is the warmth of the Baden-Baden thermal water or some time out in the sauna. The Caracalla Spa offers you a variety of indoor and outdoor pools of different temperatures and mineral compositions on about 4000 square meters.
If you are looking for something more, you can choose from 8 different types of sauna in the sauna area and relax in beautiful relaxation rooms.
Our tip: Take advantage of the “Herbstgold” offer from Monday to Thursday from 5 pm and pay only 19 euros for your 3-hour stay.
Opening hours: Daily 8 am – 10 pm. Last admission is 1.5 hours before closing.
We would be pleased to provide you with a wellness bag with bathrobe and towels. please as at the reception of our hotel.
NICOLAS PARTY – MUSEUM FRIEDER BURDA
WHEN TOMORROW COMES
You experience an exhibition of the artist’s original murals. In fact, they are only intended for this one exhibition. This may seem strange, but it is part of his art concept.
For the exhibition at the Museum Frieder Burda, the artist will paint large walls of the Museum Frieder Burda with colorful and illusionistic murals. Richard Meier’s architecture, characterized by its white surfaces and clear geometric forms, will be transformed into a colourful, atmospheric spatial experience.
Nicolas Party is influenced by the art history of the Middle Ages, Italian pastel painting and painterly positions of the 19th and 20th centuries.
LA GRANDE GARE
18. November – 26. November 2023
Today’s Festspielhaus was built in Baden-Baden’s former train station. The aim of “La Grande Gare” is to hark back to the great times when Baden-Baden was the summer capital of Europe and a year-round meeting place for renowned musicians and poets.
On November 18, British historian Orlando Figes will explain what contribution the railroad made to cultural exchange.
The entire festival program is so extensive and takes place at different locations that you better take a look for yourself.
CHRISTMAS MARKET BADEN-BADEN
23 November 2023 until 06 January 2024
Opening hours: daily from 11 am to 9 pm
With the atmospheric Christmas market, Baden-Baden transforms into a winter fairy tale. In front of the Kurhaus, around the Kurpark and between the Colonnades are Christmas decorated wooden huts, where you find exclusively handmade gifts and delicious treats. Framed by the Black Forest, which often provides a beautiful backdrop covered in snow, the Baden-Baden Christmas market is one of the most beautiful in Germany.
- Arts and crafts
- Culinary delicacies
- Daily live concerts in the spa shell
- Christmas market tours in German, English & French. Bookable at the tourist office in the Colonnades.
- Eisarena (ice skating rink) on Augustaplatz (17.11.2023 to 07.01.2024)
What a gourmet month! The restaurants “Maltes Hidden Kitchen” and “Le Jardin de France” take you to gourmet heaven.
Malte has earned a Michelin star as a newcomer in spring 2023 with his casual fine dining restaurant. His cooking is always next level, surprising and yet so familiar. Please note: tables book up fast. Gernsbacher Straße 24, Tel. 07221 7025020
The restaurant “Le Jardin de France” has been enchanting diners with its French charm for 25 years. In spring, the Bernard family moved into the historic “Stahlbad” on Lichtentaler Allee. The ambience is very beautiful. Augustaplatz 2, Tel. 07221 3007860