With the area around Baden-Baden, termotek has a lot to offer when it comes to quality of life: the international spa and culture city of Baden-Baden, the awe-inspiring Black Forest national park, or the vibrant student atmosphere in nearby Karlsruhe – choose whatever you like! Moreover, the relative proximity to the beauty of Lake Constance and Switzerland enhances the attractiveness of our region.
The international spa and culture city of Baden-Baden is situated in a beautiful landscape at the foot of the Black Forest. The warm climate, green hills and well-groomed parks are simply ideal for long and pleasant walks all year round.
Baden-Baden, which calls itself “Europe’s summer capital”, does not only stand out due to its high quality of living and excellent recreational facilities; it is also the perfect city to enjoy arts and culture, e.g. in Europe’s second largest concert and opera hall – a magnificent venue where the world’s best orchestras regularly perform. The Museum Mile is the perfect place to admire awe-inspiring works of art by Old Masters and contemporary artists alike.
The cityscape is characterised by historic buildings, and you will enjoy seeing examples of some extraordinary architecture. The ancient Roman spa city offers many sights worth visiting, including ancient Roman bath ruins, and various historic buildings such as churches and castles.
Baden-Baden is easy to reach with the A5 (Basel/Frankfurt) motorway nearby and a well-developed public transport network. The nearest light rail station (“S-Bahnhof”) is just about 400 metres away!
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The dynamic city of Karlsruhe is famous for arts and technology alike. The capital of Baden is mainly known as an excellent university and science location. In this city, Benz invented the first motor vehicle in 1885, Hertz discovered the electromagnetic waves just one year later, and the first e-mail was received in 1984. The Karlsruhe economy still stands out today due to its proximity to research facilities, and it is perfectly prepared for future markets.
Families enjoy living in Karlsruhe because the city offers attractive and affordable living space, a large number of day-care facilities for children, as well as a large choice of different schools. Various leisure opportunities contribute to the positive overall picture, making the city attractive for visitors and residents. Street festivals, open air concerts, exhibitions, various culture and leisure facilities, as well as a large number of restaurants, cafés and clubs – there is certainly something to suit every taste! For more detailed information on living in Karlsruhe, visit the web site at
Family holidays, nature holidays or sporting challenges – the Black Forest offers attractive destinations for all kinds of travellers. Germany’s Black Forest provides plenty of options for long hiking, bicycle or mountain bike tours. The extraordinarily varied natural scenery with its waterfalls, lakes, canyons and viewing towers is simply amazing and holds plenty of surprises. Don't forget to visit the National Park where lots of different species live in the wild – on guided ranger tours you can experience how nature develops without human impact.
The Black Forest is also an ideal destination for families. Geocaching, summer toboggan runs, ancient mine sites or wildlife enclosures – there is something for everyone. The region also offers attractive leisure opportunities in the winter season: Various ski regions are close-by, such as the Feldberg ski resort, as well as many other winter sports opportunities.
For more detailed information on the Black Forest, visit the web site at www.schwarzwald-tourismus.info.