Bad Dürkheim Old Town

Bad Dürkheim Old Town


Spa town in the heart of the Palatinate on the German Wine Route

Do you know where the cordon bleu was invented? Around 1860 in the spa town of Bad Dürkheim (pop. approx. 19,000). Of course, you can also get the typical Palatinate “Saumagen” here, traditionally served with sauerkraut and bread. This small town on the German Wine Route was granted town charter in 1340. It offers a whole range of quaint wine taverns, a beautiful spa park with the more than 300m long saline, a casino and beautiful vineyard impressions on the edge of the Palatinate Forest.


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