Bad Kissingen's Highlights
The following comprises a selection of historical sights to see in Bad Kissingen:
Wandelhalle (Pump Room)
This cross-shaped hall built in a basilica-like style accommodates the wells to the Rakoczy and Pandur springs. The Wandelhalle (pump room) is not only inviting to those wishing to take the waters and a stroll, however; it is also the venue for numerous concerts and events. ?
Regentenbau (Regent´s Palace)
This building was completed in 1913 and, with its many sumptuous halls, it personifies the heart of Bad Kissingen as a spa town. It is a memorable building which is definitely worth visiting and viewing.
Rosengarten (Rose Garden)
This garden boasts 12,000 rose bushes planted on an area spanning approx. 2.5 ha and providing a truly splendid view. A fan-shaped fountain called the “Fächerspringbrunnen” is situated in the middle of the rose garden and it is lovely to just sit there and admire the beautiful water feature.
Kurgarten (Spa Garden)
Enjoy relaxing in the shade of the trees and embracing the fragrance and colourful splendour of countless flowers whilst taking in the view of Bad Kissingen´s historical buildings.
Arkadenbau (The Arcades)
With its five halls, this is one of the most beautiful buildings in Bad Kissingen.
Saline / Gradierwerk (Salt House/Graduation Tower)
The Graduation Tower in Bad Kissingen is also called the Salt House and used to be part of a salt extracting plant. A colonnade with seating areas leads around the Graduation Tower and allows visitors to consciously and directly breathe in the pure, salty and healthy air.
Luitpoldpark (Luitpold´s Park)
The “Luitpoldpark” covers an area of 15 ha and, in addition to providing relaxation as well as green and colourful highlights to behold, it is also an entertainment venue.
Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)
The Old Town Hall is located in the centre of Bad Kissingen on the historical market square.
Kurhausbad (Spa Baths)
Maxbrunnen (Max´s Spring)
The “Maxbrunnen” is particularly well-know for its expectorant properties and is called “Maxwasser” (Max´s water) by the locals.
Bad Kissingen also has many more attractive leisure activities to offer.