Baden-Baden, a City of silent Luxury, that’s one of the Location Tags I found on Instagram while uploading some Pictures. It might sound a bit odd, but it’s true. Baden-Baden is a luxurious City but very civilized and it’s absolutely not about showing off. During my recent visit to the Music Festival #SWR3NewPop in Baden-Baden I took a stroll around Town on a Saturday morning. A little walk after breakfast is always a good idea, and so I walked from Kurhaus past Leopoldsplatz and back through smaller streets to Trinkhalle Baden-Baden which is a historical building that was built from 1839 to 1842. Inside you can find Baden-Baden’s tourist information bureau and nearby a Restaurant/Café named Trinkhalle as well.
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