Bad Homburg vor der Höhe Travel Tip:
Bad Homburg Golf Club House in the Kurpark
Bad Homburg's greatest attraction has been the Kurpark (spa), in the heart of the Old Town, with more than 31 fountains. Romans first used the springs, which were rediscovered and made famous in the 19th century. In the park you'll find not only the popular, highly saline Elisabethenbrunnen spring but also a Siamese temple and a Russian chapel, mementos left by more royal guests—King Chulalongkorn of Siam and Czar Nicholas II. The Kurpark is a good place to begin a walking tour of the town.
The Bad Homburger Golf Club is Germany's oldest golf club. It had its beginnings in the Kurpark, where the old clubhouse and even playable parts of the old golf course may still be found.
Address: Kurpark, 61348 Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe
Tags: Bad Homburg, Spa, Park
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