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Trinkhalle, Baden-Baden
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Trinkhalle, a historical building, is part of the Kurhaus spa complex built around 1840. Researchers have determined that this structure was the original spa's main building, where the waters are said to have healing powers and the halls are lined with benches and paintings. Stop by the visitor's center for more information and English-speaking tour guides. Plan to visit Trinkhalle and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Baden-Baden attractions using our Baden-Baden holiday planner.
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  • It is worth to get till him and stroll through the galleries. You can see and imagine what will have been at the time explendorosa
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  • The building now primarily houses a tourist office. Some interesting murals. If you are near it, go in, but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit. 
  • The Trinkhalle is a building located in a splendid position overlooking the Park of Baden-Baden, within a short distance of Friedrichstrasse and the Casino. Initially intended to be one of the buildings used at the Spa; Instead it was salvaged and is today the city's tourist information Office. Architecturally speaking, the building is an impressive and elegant neoclassical building and has a long front porch a hundred meters, with a variety of columns, inside which there are various beautiful frescoes and, immediately outside, there's a lovely café/restaurant overlooking the Park and the city's Casino. Deserves a visit, at most 15-20 undemanding.
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  • My first stop in Baden-Baden, Germany was the Trinkhalle (pump house) in the Kurhaus spa complex. The 90-metre arcade is lined with frescos and benches. The spa waters are said to have curative powers I stopped at the Tourist Information Desk in the Trinkhalle building. It is open from Mon-Sat 10am – 5pm, Sun + public holidays 2pm – 5pm. The 90-metre arcade is lined with frescos. I took lots of photos of the beautiful garden in front of the building and the paintings on the outside.
  • I sat here for two times they have variety of drinks and sweets and they all taste nice , but the first time the service was good but the second time I came the server was rude and racist and doesn't want to work and the cafe is located in a museum which people come from all over the world to see the beautiful Baden Baden and therefore suppose to be there an open minded waiter that knows there is whole different world and accept that .
  • Nice picture gallery on the outside wall of the building. Not much interesting inside.
  • Great place to relax and have tea and dessert!!
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