Welcome to the city of health!
When Elvis Aaron Presley took up his military service in Germany in 1958, Bad Nauheim became his “European Home“. He did not only stay, he truly lived here.
Parks and gardens
From anywhere in Bad Nauheim's city centre the next green space can be reached within only a couple of minutes. The city of health has a very diverse range of parks and gardens available.
Bad Nauheim’s landmark, the “Sprudelhof” (lit. Fountain Courtyard), is the largest closed art nouveau-ensemble of Europe. The synthesis of the arts represents impressively the aim of art nouveau: the combination of architecture, art and garden design. Read more.
Bad Nauheim's district Steinfurth is the oldest rose village of Germany. For nearly 150 years roses have been grown here and shipped throughout the world.
Bad Nauheim can be explored in many different ways. Whether on a guided tour of the largest closed art nouveau-ensemble of Europe, on a hiking trip on the traces of the Romans or on a cycling tour to the medieval “Burg Münzenberg” (Münzenberg Castle).
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