Bad Ems

Bad Ems is a delightful spa town on the River Lahn, surrounded by extensive woods and within easy reach of the romantic Rhine Valley.

The town's location half-way between Frankfurt and Cologne makes Externer Link zu:http://www.bad-ems.info Bad Ems an attractive place to meet for conferences and business appointments, as well as a great holiday resort and base for exploring the "Nassauer Land" area.

The leisure facilities offered in Bad Ems include a large thermal spa complex - Externer Link zu:http://www.emser-therme.de "Emser Therme" - with a bathing area and health spa.
You can also find other fitness and sports facilities around the town.
The Lahn hills just behind the town are home to one of Germany's most attractive Externer Link zu:http://www.mgcbadems.de golf courses.
A regular venue for the German golf league, the well-groomed 18-hole course is also famed for its unrivalled views over the Rhine Valley, Externer Link zu:http://www.koblenz.de city of Koblenz and Deutsches Eck (German Corner).

The Kurtheater (spa theatre), artists' residence of Externer Link zu:http://www.balmoral.de Schloss Balmoral and the Externer Link zu:http://www.badhaus-im-kurpark.de Badhaus im Kurpark - home of the Externer Link zu:http://www.kabarett-casablanca.de Kabarett CasaBlanca - and a restaurant round off the town's cultural offering.
Just a step away from Bad Emser Hof is the old town centre, which played an important role in the past, with its spa gardens, theatre and historical casino.

Soak up the style of a sophisticated bathing resort with all the advantages of a modern town and contemporary infrastructure.

Surrounding area

Externer Link zu:http://www.welterbe-mittelrheintal.de Unesco World Heritage site - the Upper Middle Rhine Valley

Externer Link zu:http://www.limburg.de Town of Limburg