Town and Surroundings

Bad Homburg v.d. Höhe – a Spa Resort with tradition. A town with a young and cheerful flair. Your stay in Bad Homburg will be very entertaining: Here you can experience many relaxing hours devoted to optimizing your health, wellness and beauty and actively recuperate while enjoying a combination of sports and fun. In Bad Homburg, you can immerse yourself in history and culture, go shopping and strolling and celebrate and enjoy life in an elegant atmosphere. Spoil your body and soul for a change in one of Bad Homburg’s unique wellness oases: in the exclusive Kur-Royal Day Spa in the Kaiser-Wilhelms-Bad or in the Taunus Thermal Springs (Taunus Therme). You will encounter witnesses of past times in the 84-acre large Spa Park.

Sights worth seeing

Historic fountains, two Thai Siamese temples, the Russian Chapel, the gambling casino in the former mineral spring water fountain room and the Landgrave’s Palace with its White Tower that can be seen from a far.

Discover our region!

Frankfurt Rhine-Main

Discover what this cosmopolitan, multifaceted and culturally and economically vibrant region in the heart of Europe has to offer.

Flughafen Rhein-Main

Der Flughafen Frankfurt am Main ist der mit Abstand größte deutsche Flughafen und zugleich eines der weltweit bedeutendsten Luftfahrtdrehkreuze. Für den Transfer nach Bad Homburg benötigen Sie 25 Minuten.

Frankfurt airport

The Frankfurt Airport is by far the largest German airport and also one of the world's most important air traffic hubs. You can reach Bad Homburg by commuter train (S-Bahn) in 25 minutes.

Saalburg Roman fort (Römerkastell Saalburg)

Fascinating and full of life! Discover the almost 2000-year-old past of the Roman Empire at one of its original locations: the world’s only rebuilt Roman fort with its archaeological museum – directly adjacent to the Limes World Heritage site, the ancient walled border between the Roman Empire and the Germanic tribal territories.


The Rhine-Main Region, located in the heart of Europe, has many cultural treasures.

It’s many large, nationally and internationally important cities and it’s less well-known towns and villages, with their unmistakable aura of “Old Germany”, are what give the region its endearing charm.


“Die Zeil” and the “Goethestrasse” in Frankfurt are two of the most attractive pedestrian shopping streets in Germany. There you will find luxurious stores in an upscale atmosphere.