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Europa-Park

More than 100 attractions and shows and 14 European themed areas await visitors on a site measuring 95 hectares. Whether it’s Scandinavia, Spain, or Switzerland – as of early 2016, visitors to Europa-Park will be able to discover 14 European countries in a single day. The various themed areas will entice you with their detailed architecture, authentic vegetation, and customary cuisine. Whilst numerous attractions will get rollercoaster fans’ pulses racing. 13 rollercoasters offer rides which are not for the faint-hearted. Those who like things a bit calmer can expect a vibrant range of entertainment. The park’s five 4* themed hotels make Europa-Park a unique short break destination in the border triangle of Germany, France, and Switzerland.
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Europa-Park - Theme Park and Resort

More than 100 attractions and shows and 14 European themed areas await visitors on a site measuring 95 hectares. The park’s five 4* themed hotels make Europa-Park a unique short break destination in the border triangle of Germany, France, and Switzerland.

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Lichtentaler Allee

For more than 350 years the park and garden “Lichtentaler Allee” has been Baden-Baden’s green and blooming visiting card. Famous throughout the world, overwhelming with its abundance of flowers and trees. Sometimes a rural idyll, sometimes an elegant flower parade but always a constantly changing monument of garden art. “Lichtentaler Allee” – a masterpiece made of trees, fountains and flowers, lavishly framed by the most beautiful belle époque monuments – absolutely fascinates as a stylish mile for arts and culture: the historic Pump Room, the world-famous Kurhaus - the social meeting place of the city, the Casino, the neo-baroque theatre built in the style of l’Opéra in Paris, the “Festspielhaus” as well as the more than 760 years old Cistercian cloister of Lichtenthal Monastery.
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Galopprennbahn Iffezheim

Three times a year the world turf elite meets for a week in Baden-Baden for the International Races, since 1858. During the “Sales and Racing Festival” (October), the “Spring Festival” (May) and the “Grand Week” (August/September) with the final festive ball exciting races and fancy hats are the focus of a unique social and sporty spectacle. Racing week in Baden-Baden is a synonymous for flatracing and glamour, exciting galloping thoroughbreds and high society beauties, fun and suspense right up to the finish line, a busy funfair and champagne party all rolled into one.
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