without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 1,925$ (1,780Fr.) Baden is 43.44% more expensive than New York (without rent). Rent in Baden is, on average, 51.75% lower than in New York. via
- 1 What is special about Baden-Baden?
- 2 Why is Baden-Baden named twice?
- 3 How big is Baden-Baden?
- 4 Where is the Black Forest?
- 5 Is Baden Germany the same as Baden-Baden Germany?
- 6 How do I get to Baden-Baden?
- 7 What is Baden in English?
- 8 What was the capital of Baden?
- 9 What does the name Baden mean?
- 10 Is Baden-Baden in Alsace Lorraine?
- 11 What is Baden-Württemberg known for?
- 12 What is so special about the Black Forest?
- 13 Are there bears in the Black Forest?
- 14 How big is Germany's Black Forest?
- 15 What do you call people from Baden?
- 16 Is Baden in Germany or Switzerland?
- 17 How do you get to Baden Baden from UK?
- 18 How do I get to Strasbourg from UK?
- 19 What does Badan mean?
- 20 What does bayden mean?
- 21 What is beden?
- 22 Why is it called the Black Forest in Germany?
- 23 What nationality is Baden?
- 24 How do you pronounce Baden Wurttemberg? (video)
- 25 Where does the name Baden originate?
- 26 What is Alsace famous for?
- 27 Why did Germany want Alsace-Lorraine?
- 28 Does Germany still claim Alsace-Lorraine?
- 29 Is Black Forest in Bavaria?
- 30 Is Baden Wurttemberg safe?
- 31 How do you pronounce Württemberg?
What is special about Baden-Baden?
Thanks to its mild climate and hot springs, Baden-Baden is one of the world's best-known spa towns and one of the most popular places to visit in Germany. Baden Baden is also a popular destination for sports enthusiasts, with many golf and tennis clubs, as well as equestrian sports such as horse racing. via
Why is Baden-Baden named twice?
As with the English placename "Bath", other Badens are at hot springs throughout Central Europe. The current doubled name arose to distinguish it from the others, particularly Baden near Vienna in Austria and Baden near Zürich in Switzerland. via
How big is Baden-Baden?
Where is the Black Forest?
Black Forest, German Schwarzwald, mountain region, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany, source of the Danube and Neckar rivers. via
Is Baden Germany the same as Baden-Baden Germany?
Baden, former state on the east bank of the Rhine River in the southwestern corner of Germany, now the western part of the Baden-Württemberg Land (state) of Germany. via
How do I get to Baden-Baden?
What is Baden in English?
bathe, to Verb (bathes; bathed; bathing) take a bath, to Verb (takes a bath; took a bath; taking a bath) via
What was the capital of Baden?
What does the name Baden mean?
The name Baden is primarily a gender-neutral name of German origin that means Bather. via
Is Baden-Baden in Alsace Lorraine?
Alsace-Lorraine was occupied by Germany in 1940 during the Second World War. Alsace was merged with Baden, and Lorraine with the Saarland, to become part of a planned Westmark. via
What is Baden-Württemberg known for?
Baden-Württemberg is home to some of the oldest, most renowned, and prestigious universities in Germany, such as the universities of Heidelberg (founded in 1386, the oldest university within the territory of modern Germany), Freiburg (founded in 1457), and Tübingen (founded in 1477). via
What is so special about the Black Forest?
The Black Forest is a mountainous terrain at about 200 - 1,500 meters above sea level, the highest point being the Feldberg (the field mountain) at 1,493 m. The region is famous for its cuckoo clocks, watchmaking, skiing and tourism. via
Are there bears in the Black Forest?
Unfortunately the term 'Black Forest bear' is a misnomer, and bears are in fact not at all common in Germany - or at least not for the past hundred or so year. Driven out of populated areas by human activity, the European brown bear is a dwindling species throughout Europe. via
How big is Germany's Black Forest?
Black Forest via
What do you call people from Baden?
Swabians (German: Schwaben, singular Schwabe) are Germanic people who are native to the ethnocultural and linguistic region of Swabia, which is now mostly divided between the modern states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, in southwestern Germany. via
Is Baden in Germany or Switzerland?
Baden, town, Aargau canton, northern Switzerland, on the Limmat River, northwest of Zürich. via
How do you get to Baden Baden from UK?
The best way to get from London to Baden-Baden is to train via Paris which takes 6h 27m and costs £170 - £450. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs and takes 17h 26m, you could also fly, which costs £27 - £100 and takes 5h 2m. via
How do I get to Strasbourg from UK?
Trains from London to Strasbourg
You will need to take a Eurostar train from London St Pancras International first to Paris Gare du nord then board a TGV train from Gare de l'Est to Strasbourg station. Gare de l'Est is easily reachable from Gare du nord by foot (about 7 minutes). via
What does Badan mean?
: a Siberian plant of the genus Saxifraga (S. crassifolia) with roots that are used as a tanning material. via
What does bayden mean?
German "son of Bade" "son of Bade" via
What is beden?
The beden, also known as the beden-seyed, is an ancient maritime vessel that remains the longest surviving sewn boat in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. The boat's modern usage is chiefly for fishing. via
Why is it called the Black Forest in Germany?
The Black Forest gets its name from the 100-mile stretch of pine trees so dense the sun struggles to reach the forest floor. When the Romans arrived in the region nearly 2,000 years ago, they brought with them communal bathing, which played an important role in ancient Roman culture and society. via
What nationality is Baden?
Baden Name Meaning
North German and Danish: patronymic from Bade. via
How do you pronounce Baden Wurttemberg? (video)
Where does the name Baden originate?
The surname Baden was first found in Somerset, where the “family of Batten have been seated for nearly six centuries. They are considered of Flemish origin. Among eminent merchants of the staple (wool-trade) temp. Edward I., were several De Beteyns and Batyns.” via
What is Alsace famous for?
Alsace is famous for its beer (for example, Kronenbourg or Meteor), its sauerkraut (choucroute in French), and several other local specialities such as Alsace Flammekueche, a traditional dish that is not unlike a pizza without tomatoes, but covered with cheese, cream, mushrooms and local ham. via
Why did Germany want Alsace-Lorraine?
Well, initially Germany mainly wanted Alsace-Lorraine to act as a buffer zone in the event of any future wars with France. The area contains the Vosges Mountains, which would be much more defensible than the Rhine River if the French ever attempted to invade. via
Does Germany still claim Alsace-Lorraine?
Alsace-Lorraine, German Elsass-Lothringen, area comprising the present French départements of Haut-Rhin, Bas-Rhin, and Moselle. This territory was retroceded to France in 1919 after World War I, was ceded again to Germany in 1940 during World War II, and was again retroceded to France in 1945. via
Is Black Forest in Bavaria?
Answer is No. Bavaria (and Munich) are not in The Black Forest. To be clear, Bavaria is a state and Munich is the central city in Bavaria. via
Is Baden Wurttemberg safe?
Baden-Württemberg is one of the safest regions in Germany. In large cities like Mannheim and especially Stuttgart, be aware of theft. Other regions are safe and you can travel alone without any problems. via