Kurpark Bad Homburg
The Spa Gardens in Bad Homburg, listed as part of Germany’s cultural heritage, are acknowledged as among the country’s largest and finest. They were laid out starting in 1854 by the renowned landscape gardener Peter Joseph Lenné. Designed in the English style, the 40 hectares of the Spa Gardens are characterised by spacious meadows and solitary trees, dense copses, imposing avenues, elegantly curving paths and a picturesque pond. Historic buildings and monuments sensitively integrated over the course of time bear eloquent witness to the cosmopolitan traditions of the spa resort, such as the »Fountain Hall«, which nowadays houses the casino once again, the two Thai pavilions, the Orangery and above all the Kaiser Wilhelm Baths, with the concert stage in front of them.
- The Kur- und Kongreß-GmbH currently operates 7 car parks and 1 car park in Bad Homburg v. D. Höhe.
- On the homepage www.bad-homburg-parken.de you can read everything you need to know about pitches, fees or permanent parking lots, as well as the important information about free car parks.
Arriving from the Rhine-Main area:
- Take A66 in direction Frankfurt am Main
- Farther on auf A5 in direction Hannover
- At Bad Homburg Kreuz take A661 in direction Bad Homburg
- Turn into Homburger Landstraße
- Turn left into Hindenburgring
- Turn right into Höllsteinstraße
- Turn right into Castillostraße
- Turn left into Landgrafenstraße
Arriving by train:
- Line S5 from Frankfurt to Bad Homburg
Arriving by underground:
- Line U2 from Frankfurt to Bad Homburg-Gonzenheim
Arriving by bus:
- Line 6 to Kaiser-Wilhelm-Bad