The following morning we decided to make up for lost time by getting up bright and early to properly explore Baden-Baden.
It’s such a really gorgeous city – perhaps even more so under that soft morning sunshine glow.
We ambled slowly through the city, making our way over to one of the most important spots in the city – the casino.
Now, a casino might seem like a weird place to visit in the morning, especially in a pretty spa city like this but this casino is an important part of the city’s history. It isn’t your average casino and over its years has played host to celebrities and even royal families.
It is also incredibly opulent inside and to make the most of that, you can arrange for a tour to visit properly.
Alas, we hadn’t arranged for a full tour to visit on this trip so that’s gonna be one we’re saving for next time we’re in Baden-Baden.
Even without a tour booked though, you can still pop in to check bit of it out so just pop in anyway, even if just for a few minutes.
Leaving the casino we popped over to another beautiful part of the Kurhaus complex (which is I probably should have mentioned, is the square that casino is part of) called the Trinkhalle…