Located in the remarkably romantic Rhineland, the cultural and charismatic town of Bad Kreuznach is a photogenic myriad of picturesque pastures, gourmet gastronomy and interesting architecture. Founded in the Stone Ages, the town has a rich historical heritage which culminates within the museums and monuments of the town. Health has a prominent role in this beautiful town due to the healing properties of the purifying springs that are ubiquitous here, and the luxurious health resorts offer tired visitors a restorative respite from the madness of the metropolis.
Bad Kreuznach is a treasure chest brimming with architectural gems and the striking silhouette of the Alte Nahebrucke Bridge is one of its most prominent. Surrounded by traditional half-timbered houses and straddling the gentle river, the bridge is undoubtedly the city’s cultural icon. Packed tightly upon the banks of the River Ellerbach is the colourful row of houses known as Little Venice, a charming sight of pastel shades and blooming flower boxes. The town’s most romantic square is undoubtedly the Egg Market, the historical heart of the down decorated with ancient sculptures, half-timbered houses and verdant trees. The imposing and intriguing Kauzenburg Castle dominates the hilltop and emits an eerie glow after the sun sinks into the horizon.
One of the town’s most unique attractions is the Museum of Puppet Theatre, an esoteric exhibition which offers insight into the art of puppetry; recognisable characters and scenery make this interactive exhibition a visual banquet.
Relax and unwind with a bottle of fine wine upon the ambient terrace of Restaurant Hotel Der Quellenhof. Overlooking the verdant beauty of the spa garden, the restaurant serves refined and delectable dishes influenced by regional specialities and international cuisine. Signature dishes come artistically presented and expertly prepared.(Nachtigallenweg 2, 55543 Bad Kreuznach,.Germany)