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Baden-Baden, Germany

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Kathrin_E Kathrin_E
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Do not walk from the train station into town - use the city buses Jan 26, 2017
The train station of Baden-Baden is far out of the town centre in the suburb of Oos. Don't try walking. Distance is about 5 kilometres. The way is not dangerous at all but looooooong.You'd be on your feet for an hour, walking along a boring street, before you reach anything that reminds you of what you have seen in your guidebook.

Take the bus instead. Several lines go into town from the train station. The easiest is Bus 201 (direction: Lichtenthal) which runs every 10 minutes and stops right at the station. The line begins here, so there is almost always a bus waiting. Don't leave the station through the station building but keep right and walk round it. Then stumble into the open doors of the bus that's standing right there.

A faster but less frequent option is the express bus (Schnellbus) 205 which departs from the next bus stop further right, in front of the 201.

The ride takes, depending on traffic conditions, some 15-20 minutes. Get off at "Leopoldsplatz" and you'll be in the heart of town. The old town is on your left, the Kurpark and Kurhaus and the beginning of Lichtenthaler Allee just round the corner to the right.

A single ticket is 2.40 €. Baden-Baden is part of the KVV transport network, so if you come from Karlsruhe or anywhere else in the area and have a KVV ticket to Baden-Baden, it includes the city bus.
Bus 201 in front of the railway st…
Railway station at dusk
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odiseya says:
Very important!
Posted on: Feb 07, 2017
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