Lichtentaler Allee, Baden-Baden
Categories: Nature & Parks
Lichtentaler Allee is home to a 2.3 km (1.4 mi) path along the west bank of the river Oos. This historic park features a variety of trees, plants, benches, and charming bridges. The park's path reportedly hails back to 1655, when people traveled between the town market and the Lichtenthal monastery. For an artistic sidestep, the park's museum houses the Frieder Burda collection of contemporary art. Work out when and for how long to visit Lichtentaler Allee and other Baden-Baden attractions using our handy Baden-Baden travel itinerary maker.
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Very picturesque avenue with a variety of trees and plants. The bridges along the rank of the leading info the the private houses and hotels are very pretty and the different buildings and museums on ... read more »
This is a great area for a stroll- but don't expect anything amazing. It's just a regular park to walk around in. We spent about 30 min walking around and thought it was fun. I would recommend it, gre... read more »
Along the river Oos, fabulous houses on one side, great views on the other. Flat,good paths amid beautiful trees and flowers.Walk to the monastery at the end and enjoy their cafe
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