Things to see and do - Rastatt
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Rastatt Travel guide
Rastatt : Michelin's recommendations
Rastatt was well-known in the early 18C as the town of Louis Guillaume de Bade (1665-1707), a.k.a. Louis the Turk. Faced with the threat of an invasion from France, he abandoned Baden-Baden and turned Rastatt into a stronghold with a castle on the scale of his aspirations. Two treaties between France and the Empire are associated with the name of the town: one signed in 1714 marked the end of the War of Spanish Succession and the other, signed in 1799, backed up the Treaty of Campo Formio, which had been signed two years earlier.
Tourist attractions Rastatt : Things to see and do
Am Schloss Favorite D - 76437 Rastatt
This lavish Baroque palace was built between 1710 and 1712 for the Margravine Sybilla Augusta. The interior decoration is particularly fine: the floors of scagliola, the Mirror Study, the Florentine Room. At the centre of the estate, the Sala Terrena..
Herrenstrasse 18 D - 76437 Rastatt
This detailed exhibition (Erinnerungsstatte für die Freiheitsbewegungen in der Deutschen Geschichte) recalls the history of freedom movements in Germany from the early modern period to the resistance movement in East Germany in 1990.
Herrenstrasse 18-20 D - 76347 Rastatt
This Baroque palace (1698-1707) was modelled on Italian examples. The sumptuous Hall of Ancestors is at the centre of the Royal Apartments. On the south side are the apartments of the Margrave, and on the north those of his wife, with their richly de..
Herrenstraße 3a D - 76437 Rastatt
Located in the Baroque Old Town district of Rastatt, this 4-star hotel offers a gourmet restaurant with vaulted cellar, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, and a 20-minute drive to the Baden-Airpark Airport. The restaurant at the Hotel Schwert serves fine food..
Poststraße 2 D - 76437 Rastatt
An der Ludwigsfeste 50 D - 76437 Rastatt
Prix Prices from : 41 €
House in a historic 110-year old building, this hotel in the centre of Rastatt features a meditation centre and a chapel. Classically furnished rooms include free Wi-Fi. The bright rooms at Bildungshaus St. Bernhard have large windows and a work des..