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The history of Bad Säckingen goes back to a missionary cell founded by St Fridolin in 522. The Benedictine monastery determined the town's fortunes for many centuries. In 1173, the monastery and the small town were taken over by the Hapsburgs, remaining under Austrian rule until 1805. The curative properties of the hot water springs for people with motor disorders were only recognized in 1978, when the town was officially dubbed «Bad» (spa).

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Tourist attractions Bad Säckingen : Things to see and do

  • Fridolinsmünster Interesting

    Marktplatz D - 79713 Bad Säckingen

    The 14C Gothic church of St Fridolin, named after the missionary who converted the Alemannin in the 6C, is a fine example of conversion in the Baroque style: the once pointed arcades were filled in to become rounded arches, the vaulting was lowered t..

  • Covered bridge Interesting

    Rheinbrückstr. D - 79713 Bad-Säckingen

    This covered bridge, built over the Rhine the the late 16C, is the oldest wooden bridge still standing in the world. It rests on stone pillars.

  • Schlosspark

    Parkstr. D - 79713 Bad-Säckingen

    These pleasant grounds are the setting for the Trumpeter's palace, built c 1600 essentially by the lords of Schönau, the stewards of the religious foundation since 1360. The palace now houses a museum containing the largest collection of trumpets in ..

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Hotels Bad Säckingen

  • Hotel St. Fridolin

    Hasenrütte 4 D - 79713 Bad Säckingen

    This family-friendly hotel is located in Bad Säckingen, a spa town on the banks of the River Rhine. Hotel St. Fridolin is an ideal base for exploring the scenic Black Forest and Switzerland. The Hotel St. Fridolin features spacious, cosily furnished..

  • Ringhotel Goldener Knopf Four stars Four stars Four stars Four stars

    Rathausplatz 9 D - 79713 Bad Säckingen

    Prix Prices from : 94 €

    This privately run, 4-star hotel in the Old Town of Bad Säckingen offers daily breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and free public parking. It has a panoramic terrace overlooking the River Rhine. All rooms at the Ringhotel Goldener Knopf are bright and elegantly..

  • Hotel am Rheinsberg Bad Säckingen

    Schaffhauserstrasse 121 D - 79713 Bad Säckingen

    Prix Prices from : 95 €

    Hotel Mansio Bad Säckingen is located in scenic Bad Säckingen on 120.000m² grounds. It offers a restaurant, free Wi-Fi access all rooms either have a balcony or terrace. The private bathrooms offer a shower and hairdryer. Extras include a desk and a..

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Restaurants Bad Säckingen

  • Le Jardin Comfortable restaurant 

    Rathausplatz 9 D - 79713 BAD SÄCKINGEN

    This restaurant sits right on the Rhine with a view of Europe's longest covered wooden bridge. The restaurant serving international cuisine is divided into different areas: Le Jardin, Weinlaube and Scheffelstube.

  • VinoGusta Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Rathausplatz 9 D - 79713 BAD SÄCKINGEN

  • Genuss-Apotheke Quite comfortable and pleasant restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    Schönaugasse 11 D - 79713 BAD SÄCKINGEN

    This former apothecary's shop in the Schlosspark brings together culinary events, shops and a restaurant in a concept dubbed the 'Enjoyment Apothecary'. The dishes cooked by chef Raimar Pilz include such delights as Arctic char served on a bed of bel..

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