|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$2.71|
|Local draught beer||$4.07|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$67.80|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$13.56|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$5.42|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$1 627.12|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$27.12|
Baden is a renowned international thermal spa town cum resort that developed on thermal springs located at the periphery of the Black Forest in Württemberg of South West Germany. This is a spectacular town located in a forested valley on the banks of River Oos quite close to Switzerland and France. The Baden Airpark is the nearest airport to this picturesque town and is only about 19 km away from here. Those who cherish the pleasures of life must avail cheap flights to Baden and have a rejuvenating holiday here.
Tourists could visit Römerplatz, the site of the ruins of the ancient Roman baths. The town boasts of a couple of thermal baths, the contemporary Caracalla Spa and the traditional Roman-Irish “Friedrichsbad”. Besides, there is a plethora of exclusive spa-hotels that provide unique wellness, much desired relaxation and various effective spa treatments. Caracalla is a modern thermal spa with a cafe, whirlpools, water jets, waterfalls, many pools, both indoor and outdoor, and the Roman Sauna Scape upstairs. Upstairs has amazing amenities including saunas both indoor and outdoor, plunge rooms, steam rooms, hot tubs and several relaxation areas and you could discard your swimsuit here and enjoy a revitalizing experience.
Friedrichsbad constructed in 1877 is an ode to the ever popular traditional bathing culture, complete with adornments like decorative tiling, marvelous statues and, of course, a circular central pool situated in an intricately ornate domed hall. The Roman-Irish bath involves an invigorating program of steam, heat, massage and water that will definitely help detoxify and renew oneself. You could arrive on one of the cheap flights to Baden and stay in one of the wonderful hotels in Baden to enjoy a relaxing spa experience.
A major tourist attraction is The “Festspielhaus”, the second largest opera cum concert hall in the whole of Europe. With its first class and internationally acclaimed acoustics, this renowned opera conducts more than 300 world-class events annually. The Museum Frieder Burda was constructed by New York-based renowned architect Richard Meier and is definitely a brilliant masterpiece. The museum is known for its fabulous architecture and its fascinating collection of paintings. It exhibits a splendid collection of Gerhard Richter and German Expressionist masterworks.