The pretty and picturesque village of Bad Soden am Taunus (neighbouring villages that were joined as one in 1803) is a prospering spa town that attracts thousands of visitors due to its natural serenity and alluring architectural attractions. A cultural emphasis on art and music means the small town is guaranteed to satisfy all cultural pursuits, with its intriguing museums and public exhibitions. Welcoming locals, warm springs and captivating collections will ensure Bad Soden am Taunus exceeds all of your expectations.
An architecturally alluring sight is undoubtedly the residential building designed by prominent architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser; the Hundertwasserhaus features bright colours, ivy clad turrets and mismatched windows. The serenely sprawling spa garden encompasses many blooming flower beds and interesting monuments; notable parks within the garden are Wilhelmspark, home to the famous Champagne Fountain, a drinking fountain filled with health enriching water, and Art in the Park, a collection of sculptures and paintings exhibited amongst nature.
Nestled amidst the gorgeous greenery of the Old Spa Park resides the Centre of Culture Museum, a selection of enthralling exhibitions rooted in traditional and folklore. Similarly, the Municipal Museum offers insight into the town’s intriguing spa history with scientific displays and interesting information. In the former Spa and Congress Hall, what is now the Ramada Hotel, a grand and elaborate concert hall regularly hosts musical events and houses a lovely collection of Meissen porcelain.
Nestled amidst the verdant blanket of the woodland trees, the Landgasthof Rote Muhle Restaurant offers a sumptuous selection of delectable German dishes amidst a cosy forestall ambience. Slip beneath a wooden vault in the authentic interior or enjoy the great outdoors by dining al fresco; daily changing specials maximise the rich and robust flavours of German cuisine by using fresh and locally sourced produce.(Rote Mühle 1, 65812 Bad Soden, Germany)