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Baden, also known as Baden bei Wien is a city in Lower Austria near Vienna with around 25,000 inhabitants.
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- Rauheneck Castle ruins (Burgruine Rauheneck) (2.5km west of Baden). 24hrs. Built in the 12th century, the castle was besieged and rebuilt multiple times throughout its history. The final assault was made by the Turks in 1529, after which it was not rebuilt. It has been open to the public since 1810. Free.
- Rauenstein Castle ruins (Burgruine Rauhenstein) (15 min by foot on a well-marked trail). 24hrs. Also built in the 12th century, this castle was also stormed and rebuilt many times. It was finally abandoned in the 18th century due to the 'roof tax', an annual tax based on the surface coverage of the roof. Free.
- Beethovenhaus (Haus der Neunten), Rathausgasse 10, ☎ +43 2252 86800 230/231, e-mail: email@example.com. T-F 16:00-18:00; Sa Su and holidays 10:00-12:00, 16:00-18:00. Beethoven spent the summers of 1821-1823 in this 16th-century house, and composed his 9th Symphony here. Five rooms are open to the public, and original writings, copies of his music, and numerous pictures document the composer's time in Baden. Also on display is a historic fortepiano. €3 (adults), €1.50 (seniors/youth/children), free (NÖ Card).
- Doll and Toy Museum (Puppen und Spielzeugmuseum Baden), Erzherzog Rainer-Ring 23, ☎ +43 2252 41020, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. T-F 16:00-18:00, Sa Su and holidays 14:00-18:00. This annex building of the Biedermeier Attemsvilla houses a collection of over 1000 dolls and toys, from 1760-1950. Tours in German, English, and French are offered with prior arrangement. €3 (adults), €1.50 (children), free (NÖ Card).
- Kaiser Franz Josef Museum, Hochstraße 51, ☎ +43 2252 41100, e-mail: email@example.com. Apr-Dec T-Su and holidays 14:00-18:00. This museum has displays focused on crafts, folk art, religious art, as well as weapons and uniforms, and an exhibit devoted to the early history of photography. €3 (adults), €2 (seniors), €1.50 (children/youth/students), free (NÖ Card).
- Arnulf Rainer Museum, Josefsplatz 5, ☎ +43 2252 209 196, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Daily 10:00-17:00. The internationally renowned Austrian painter Arnulf Rainer was born in Baden, and this museum hosts rotating thematic exhibits of the artist's work-to-date. €6 (adults), €4 (concessions), €3 (children/youth/students), free (NÖ Card).
- Rollettmuseum, Weikersdorferplatz 1, ☎ +43 2252 48255, e-mail: email@example.com. M-W 15:00-18:00; closed 23-25 Dec and 30 Dec-1 Jan. Housed in the former city hall, this collection illustrates the history of Baden, from the Neolithic period through the Roman and Medieval periods to the 20th century. Particular attention is placed on the Biedermeier period, when the city was the summer destination of the imperial family as well as illustrious politicians and artists. €3.50 (adults), €2 (concessions), free (NÖ Card).
- Rosarium, Doblhoffpark. Austria's largest rose garden with over 860 varieties, including specimens named 'Goldmarie' and 'Empress Elisabeth'. The roses bloom twice a year, in June and October. Free.
Baden is 25km south of Vienna. In roman time it was called "Aquae" and is named in 869. The sulfuric water springs attracts lots of artists and famous people in the 19th century with for example Schubert, Johann Strauß Vater, Lanner, Grillparzer and Raimund. This lead to the economic growth of the city and it has hence many beautiful representative Villa's built during the Biedermeier period.
- Tourist Information Office, Brusattiplatz 3 (Leopoldsbad), ☎ +43 2252/22600-600, fax: +43 2252/80733, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. May-Sep: M-F 09:00-18:00, Sa 09:00-14:00; Oct-Apr M-F 09:00-17:00. Can offer advice on tours and accommodation.
- Thermal Baths (Thermalstrandbad), Helenenstraße 19, ☎ +43 2252 48670, e-mail: email@example.com. May daily 08:30-19:00; Jun-Aug M-F 08:30-19:30, Sa Su 08:00-19:30, Sep daily 08:30-18:30. In use since imperial days, this is one of the largest bathing facilities in Austria. It has an artificial sand beach, and offers the usual spa treatments as well as sporting facilities. Single entry €6.60-€9.40 (adults), €4.70 (concessions), block of 10 tickets €61-€89.
- Römertherme Baden, Brusattiplatz 4, ☎ +43 2252 45030, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Pool: daily 10:00-22:00, last admission 21:00; wellness centre: M-F 09:00-21:30, Sa Su 10:00-19:00 (May-Sep), Sa Su 10:00-21:30 (Oct-Apr). A Roman-style spa open year-round with hot springs and mineral waters. Adults: €12.10/3hrs, €1.80/extra hr, €15.30/day, €8 (after 19:00); seniors/disabled: €9.70/3hrs, €1.80/extra hr; concessions: €9.30/3hrs, €1.30/extra hr, €13.20/day; children 5-15: €6/3hrs, €.70/hr, €9.20/day.
- Stadttheater Baden, Theaterplatz 7, ☎ +43 2252 22522 (ticket hotline), e-mail: www.buehnebaden.at. Ticket sales at kiosk behind the theater: M-F 10:00-18:00, Sa 10:00-13:00; open 1hr before performances in the Sommerarena. The theater has been in existence since 1716; the current building dates from the Jugendstil era. Plays, musicals, and operettas are staged here.
- Sommerarena, Arenastraße, ☎ +43 2252 22522 (ticket hotline). This Jugendstil theater features a glass roof, and is used for summer productions of Baden's annual Operetta Festival. Tickets and programs are available through the Stadtheater.
- Schubertiade, ☎ +43 2252-81812, fax: +43 2252-81812, e-mail: email@example.com. Late June - early August. This annual five-week festival celebrates chamber music, featuring mastercourses and performances by internationally-known musicians in several venues in Baden and nearby Heiligenkreuz. Concerts: €10 (adults), €5 (concessions).
- Grand Casino Baden, Kaiser Franz-Ring 1, ☎ +43 2252 444 96, fax: +43 2252 444 96 222, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Casino 15:00-, jackpot casino 13:00-. Offers slot machines, roulette, and other classic casino games. Several restaurants are onsite.
- Baden Trotting Course (Trabrennverein Baden), Wiener Straße 84, ☎ +43 2252-88773, fax: +43 2252-86612, e-mail: email@example.com. M-F 7:30-12:00 (info). A traditional horse-trotting race course, in use since 1892.
Badener Café Bonbons are a traditional Austrian sweet mostly composed by Café and sugar. They exist in different textures and depending on it either wrapped in pink or brown paper. Each pastry in Baden have their specific home-made production.
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