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The 4* Herzoghof hotel
First mentioned in 1258, the Herzoghof in Baden near Vienna shines in a new light since May 2000.
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 Romertherme Baden is the largest spa in Europe with a complete air-conditioning and suspended glass roof. There is enough space for as many as four hundred guests at one time underneath the large glass roof. The new spa has a total water surface area of approximately nine hundred square meters. Among the pools and whirlpool for aquatic sports there is a huge wading pool for young bathing visitors. Also there are two outdoor pools and a cloverleaf pool with massage jets and a sulphur pool for about thirty bathers. After passing the gates one will discover the vitality pool with underwater lighting and soft music; one can enjoy and seating and reclining areas with various water therapy jets and bubble generators for relaxation and refreshment.
 Heiligenkreuz Abbey (Stift Heiligenkreuz, Closter Heiligen Creyz or Santa Crux) is a Cistercian monastery on the territory of the town of Heiligenkreuz in the southern part of the Wienerwald, eight miles north-west of Baden bei Wien in Lower Austria. It has existed without interruption since its foundation in 1133, and is thus the second-oldest extant Cistercian monastery in the world.
It was founded in 1133 by margrave Leopold III of Austria of the house of Babenberg, also known as Saint Leopold, at the request of his son Otto, abbot of the Cistercian monastery of Morimond in Burgundy and afterwards Bishop of Freising
Taste of excellent Austrian wine
Nice evenings with Austrian beer and skittles
The casino offers the spectacular setting for a large variety of events near the metropolis Vienna. The congress and event center presents an extensive range of casino activities and events from concerts and literature evenings, balls and theatre nights to meetings and congresses.
Baden bei Wien is a spa town and medieval city in Lower Austria, 26 kilometres south of Vienna, with a population of 25,207 (2005).
It is situated at the mouth of the romantic Helenental, on the banks of the Schwechat, and used to be the principal summer resort of the wealthy inhabitants of Vienna, the neighbouring capital. It possesses a Kurhaus, fifteen bathing-establishments, a parish church in late Gothic style, and a town-hall, which contains archives. The warm baths, which gave name to the town, are thirteen in number, with a temperature of from 22° C (72° F) to 36° C (97° F), and contain, as chief ingredient, sulphate of lime. They rise for the most part at the foot of the Calvarienberg (1070 ft.), which is composed of dolomitic limestone, and are mostly used for bathing purposes. Baden is surrounded by about 120 vineyards and has about 70 wine pubs (Heurigen).
Baden may be reached by the Südautobahn (A2) and is linked with the Südbahn rail with a train station and the Badener Bahn.




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