Shrouded in sophisticated luxury and natural serenity, the beautiful town of Bad Homburg vor der Höhe (Bad Homburg for short) exudes an air of affluence and boasts Baroque architecture and tranquil thermal springs. The chic and sprawling Kurpark dominates the town while magical woodlands and magnificent mountains provide a picturesque town border. Those seeking chic supremacy and Baroque beauty will be enamoured with this dynamic and delightful slice of Germany.
The town’s impressive landmark is undoubtedly the Schlossturm, a turreted white tower that forms the back drop to the opulent Landgraves Stately Home, a regal residence complete with manicured gardens and impressive entranceways. The architectural marvel of the Russian Chapel pays homage to the Russian nobility that favoured this town for its relaxing ambience and healing waters, while the Shmuel Yosef Agnon Memoria commemorates the town’s Jewish heritage. A tranquil wander around the sprawling Kurpark will afford visitors gorgeous greenery, magnificent monuments and blooming flowers.
The town of Bad Homburg is awash with museums bearing witness to how the prosperous town functioned in bygone era; most notable is the SaalburgMuseum, an exceptional collection exhibiting the fascinating finds of innumerous archaeological digs in the area. Alternatively, biking enthusiasts will be delighted by The Horex Museum, a shimmering selection of motorcycles and memorabilia brought to life with photographs and films.
Enjoy a luscious location with the colourful Kurpark at the Golfhaus Restaurant, a stylish and sophisticated eatery specialising in seasonal cuisine. Enjoy internationally inspired and innovative dishes overlooking Germany’s oldest golf course while sipping upon crisp white wine from around the world.(Kaiser-Friedrich-Promenade 84a, 61348, Bad Homburg, Germany)