Bad Homburg Emperor Wilhelm Baths

Bad Homburg Emperor Wilhelm Baths


Imperial bath with tradition

Would you like to bathe where Kaiser Wilhelm II did? He declared Bad Homburg his summer residence in 1888 and the bathhouse, which opened in 1890, was named after him. It stands in the spa gardens next to the famous casino and not far from the Elisabethenbrunnen fountain. During a relaxing stroll through the spa gardens, you can visit the beautiful bathhouse outside or use it as a motif. Of course, a bath in the beautiful interior is also an experience.


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