Take a stroll along the impressive frontage of the Trinkhalle, Baden-Baden's Pump Room, with its Corinthian pillars and striking murals.
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The Trinkhalle is undisputedly one of the most impressive buildings in Baden-Baden.
With its striking size and the 90-metre-long open walkway, the Trinkhalle welcomes every visitor as soon as they arrive.
Slightly elevated and situated next to the Kurhaus, its majestic appearance with its 16 pillars recalls the Roman history of Baden-Baden.
Visitors are invited on a journey into the mythical world of the northern Black Forest while viewing the 14 murals along the walkway.
They can also be inspired to take trips to the depicted locations in the vicinity of Baden-Baden.
Originally built for the drinking cures that became fashionable in the 19th century, the thermal spring bubbling inside, has only a symbolic character today and is mostly satisfying the curiosity of visitors who want to treat themselves to a “sip of health. ”
According to today’s guidelines, the thermal water is not suitable as drinking water and it is not recommended for consumption.
Parking is available in the underground parking of the "Kurhaus"
It is only a few minutes walk from the bus stop at Leopoldsplatz to the "Trinkhalle"