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People who have been here know that Bad Kissingen is a special place. As soon as you arrive, this magical tranquillity embraces you as a guest, this truly timeless magic that seems to lay itself over the entire town. And suddenly it's back: all the time you lost in your day-to-day life. Time for leisure, time for incentives, time for body, soul and mind. Because "time is balm" as writer and frequent spa guest Theodor Fontane knew. Here in Bad Kissingen, you will meet it in all of its guises. Discover them as you follow in the footsteps of Empress Elisabeth "Sisi" of Austria or Otto Prince of Bismarck in Bad Kissingen's "bygone times". Experience it as a "creative break", as Bad Kissingen is also an ideal place for conferences and congresses with its excellent infrastructure and individual service. Or take time for "old & new rituals" and experience the unique blend of classic spa culture and holistic treatments literally first hand. Get to know new ways to train your senses, to practise mindfulness and once again to be "conscious of the moment". Swing "to the rhythm of nature" - in Bad Kissingen's enchanting gardens and green areas, its peaceful surroundings and diverse outdoor activities. And because nothing is as important as "time for health", you will find out which offers for holistic prevention, regeneration and rehabilitation are available here. You see, time is very important to us in Bad Kissingen. May you find a lot of it with us!
Bad Kissingen is considered a city of health with tradition and quality of life. Germany's most famous spa resort offers not only spa and wellness facilities, but also gleams with its charming atmosphere: its impressive historic buildings, wonderful blooming plants in the park and gardens and the year-round cultural and recreational programme make the Lower Franconian town a unique holiday destination.
Bad Kissingen is not only one of the five state baths in Bavaria but is also the oldest salt concentration processing location in Europe and a place of rest and relaxation. The healing waters here are used for application in different forms for various therapeutic purposes. The seven natural healing springs are unique; their healing water has its effects through drinking, at a bath, as aerosol in the Gradierbau or when visiting the Mediterranean Kneipp facility in the Luitpold park. The contained minerals and trace elements can activate the body's own strengths or regulate metabolic and organ functions. The areas of application are indigestion, constipation and chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.
Healing water that is poured out daily in Europe's largest drinking cure hall (Wandelhalle) has a long tradition. Even Empress Sisi (Elisabeth of Austria) and Prince Otto of Bismarck enjoyed the healing and soothing effects of the natural healing springs.