Bad Homburg, a former royal spa near Frankfurt, still offers traditional spa treatments to this day. It caters to the need to stop for breath and recharge within our discerning modern society.
With saline springs rich in carbon dioxide, a saltwater jet bath and two chalybeate springs, Bad Homburg is a top location for drinking cures and mineral baths in an elegant setting. The spa town boasts a grand total of 14 mineral springs, which provide effective treatments for rheumatism, digestive and intestinal complaints and cardiovascular disorders. The resort's five health clinics deliver holistic treatments in keeping with the highest of quality standards. Visitors can also refresh their mind, body and soul at the Bad Homburg Spa Gardens and pay a visit to the Kaiser Wilhelm Baths, the Kur-Royal Aktiv Health Club or the Taunus Thermal Baths, a water wonderland covering 1,400 square metres.
Bad Homburg is part of the European Route of Historic Thermal Towns, an international network of sustainable tourist destinations, all rich in history and cultural heritage, that use their thermal mineral waters for health and well-being.