Holiday in Bad Kissingen
Bad Kissingen is a spa town in Franken, which offers many beautiful sights. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Great Spa Towns of Europe". Here you will find extensive travel tips, hotels and restaurants for your Bad Kissingen vacation.
Tips for your Bad Kissingen vacation
During your Bad Kissingen holiday you can stay in these hotels:
- Laudensack Parkhotel * is one of the top hotels in Bad Kissingen. It not only offers comfortable accommodation, but is also known for its award-winning cuisine.
- The Park Hotel CUP VITALIS* is located in one of the most popular areas of Bad Kissingen. You will also find free private parking here.
- Im Hotel Villa Elsa* you stay in a hotel that has taken extensive steps to enable you to travel sustainably.
- The Hotel Residenz am Rosengarten* is very central to the sights. Sustainability is also very important here.
- Are you looking for a larger selection of accommodation in Bad Kissingen? Then you can compare prices here*.
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Arrival to your Bad Kissingen vacation
We stayed in the Hotel Fontana *. We felt very comfortable there. The hotel is also very conveniently located. From there, almost all of the sights mentioned are within easy walking distance. Search here too Accommodation in Bad Kissingen *
City tours for your Bad Kissingen vacation:
You can take the city tour with Hermann Laudensack and the themed tour about the role of water in Bad Kissingen with Josef Kiesel at the Bayer. Book the Bad Kissingen public baths: email@example.com
Do you also know:
- The most beautiful health resorts in Germany for a health resort vacation
- An interesting walk through Bad Windsheim
- Bad Kissingen Attractions for Slow Travelers
- Bad Kissingen restaurants for gourmets
- Wafers from the Great Spa Towns of Europe
Source: own research on site. We would also like to thank Bad Kissingen Tourism for the invitation to this research trip. However, our opinion about the Bad Kissingen sights remains our own.
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