Lichtentaler Allee, Baden-Baden

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. See Lichtentaler Allee and all Baden-Baden has to offer by arranging your trip with our Baden-Baden holiday planner.
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  • Great place for a walk! We hired a guide! And watched a lot of interesting things! Recommend! Especially in the morning
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  • Beautiful gardens with wonderful views of architecture of BadenBadens. Be sure to visit the monastery at the end of the Avenue.
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  • We spent half a day on a slow walk along the river, we are still in winter but the flowers have already begun to bloom. Paradise.  more »
  • Simply superb. A five minute walk to the Centre and Lihtentalskoj alleys. Private parking with remote-controlled barrier. Cosy, tastefully furnished apartment with two balconies in the modern, immersed in greenery and foliage of House. Induction cooker and very comfortable bed. Central Park near the House of Baden-Baden and waterfall. Near shops and the best Brenners Park Hotel
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