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* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 03/04/2017-10/04/2017 at Baden-Baden
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Hertz at Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden, nestled in the south-west of Germany, is a renowned spa town (the name literally translates as 'Bathe Bathe') and has been a magnet for visitors from around the world for hundreds of years.

Whether you're here on business, taking in the rumoured curative properties of the spa waters or visiting in winter when it turns into a ski resort, car hire in Baden-Baden is the perfect way to see all that this stunningly beautiful area has to offer. Our convenient locations include the airport and our range of vehicles make arriving and getting out on the road simple and easy.

Pickup Locations Baden-Baden

  • ***Schaeffler Luk Bookings Only***

    Opening hours:Mo-Su 24 hours

    Address:Am Markbach 1

    Phone:49-0-7221-60002

  • Baden-Baden, Am Markbach 1

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0730-1800, Sa 0800-1200, Su on request

    Address:Flugstrasse 3

    Phone:49-0-7221-60002/4

  • Karlsruhe Baden-Baden Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Tu 0800-2100, We-Th 0800-2200, Fr 0800-2100, Sa 1000-1700, Su 1530-2200
    From 27 March 2017: Mo-Fr 0800-2300, Sa 1000-1800, Su 1600-2300

    Address:Baden Airpark,
    Rheinmuenster

    Phone:49-0-7229-661688

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A quick guide to Baden-Baden

While Baden-Baden is undeniably German, its location just a few miles from the border with France lends it a Gallic charm that manifests in the cafes and manicured gardens that give this town a sophisticated yet relaxed air. It's a town that has much more to offer than just water, although that's not a bad place to start.

Soak it up

If you take to the waters to relieve your aches and pains or just to unwind, you'll be partaking in a tradition that originated with the Romans. The Roman bath ruins are well worth a visit before you dip your toes into the water at Caracalla Therme or Friedrichsbad. The latter was built in 1877, a shrine to bathing with statues, a dome and gorgeous tiling.

Into the Black Forest

Baden-Baden is nestled in a valley, but you don't have to wander far to find extraordinary Black Forest walks. Looming over the town is Merkur (Mercury) mountain, with a 2191 foot summit. Serious walkers can wind their way to the top on the footpath, although there's also Europe's steepest funicular railway if you'd rather reserve your energy. From the top the views are incredible, and can be enjoyed from the summit restaurant, Merkurstuble – where a warming drink is very much the order of the day if you've trekked to the top during autumn or winter. There are countless walking trails here, all providing you with a real sense of the area's natural beauty.

Glamour and Glitz

While it's possible to do Baden-Baden on a budget, there's definitely a glamorous side to the town. It has attracted the rich and famous since the 19th century. It made the back pages of papers in 2006 when the England football team stayed there and the city had also hosted Barack Obama, Mark Twain and Tolstoy. Russian great Dostoyevsky even wrote 'The Gambler' while trying his luck at the local casino - it's Germany's oldest and often described as the most beautiful in the world. Sample some 'look but don't touch' glamour at the Faberge Museum, which includes some of the delicate, jewelled eggs that Carl Peter Faberge crafted for the Russian royal family in the late 19th century. If this puts you in the mood for a blowout, there's a range of Michelin-starred restaurants to dine at. Brenners Park Hotel recently got it second star and gourmets can feast on lobster, caviar and the special of the house – saddle of venison – albeit at a price.

Whether you're here to walk, bathe or sample a slice of the life of the rich and famous, this is a memorable and unique town. Car hire in Baden-Baden is the perfect way to explore what it has to offer.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.