Bad Kreuznach - Surrounded by Nature
Discovering nature, experiencing culture, enjoying holiday
Embedded in a spectacular cultural landscape, the name Bad Kreuznach has been associated with nature, health and enjoyment for over 200 years. The city is situated at the river Nahe, which flows to the Rhine. Bad Kreuznach is 90 km away from Frankfurt. The wildly romantic rocky landscape with the Rotenfels (Red Rock), the highest steep face between the Alps and Scandinavia, is both astonishing and enchanting. This makes you want to conquer the landscape with hiking boots, mountain bikes, bicycles or e-bikes.
Bad Kreuznach, with its over 50,000 inhabitants, is a vital service and commercial centre and the job engine of the surrounding region, but the city has also retained the charm of a holiday resort. Thermal baths in mineral-rich water in the crucenia therma bath are a fountain of youth - and can be combined with massages and vitalising gymnastics. The pain therapy in the radon gallery is unrivalled in Germany.
The sauna landscape Bäderhaus celebrates the topic of sauna and wellness in the premium class. On an area of 4,000 square metres, international sauna culture from the Roman steam bath to the oriental hamam to the Finnish dry sauna is offered here without textiles. Style and ambience are in tune here. Numerous individual restaurants invite you to stop for a bite to eat - of course the Nahe wine plays the leading role again and again. Whether in the Nahe vinotheque in the historic Neustadt or at one of the cosy estates in the castle village of Ebernburg. Bad Kreuznach is the right address for a city stroll with shopping, in the cultural district the Museum of Puppettheatres, the Roman Palace-Museum or the Schlosspark Museum invite you to a visit. The Salinental valley is a unique landscape. The salt springs that emerge there feed Europe's largest graduation works a colossal inhalatorium - salty mineral water bubbles down from high thorn walls and dips the surroundings into a "sea breeze" - a relief for the lungs and respiratory tract.