Hotels in Baden-Wurttemberg

Home to countless castles, the tree-lined mountains of the Black Forest, and bustling, culture-packed destinations like Stuttgart, Mannheim and Freiburg, Baden-Wurttemberg is a diverse and scenic region that draws visitors from all over the world. Located in the southwest of Germany, and commonly shortened to BW or BaWü, this state is also one of the best areas in Europe for hiking and exploring, as well as an excellent destination for winter sports like skiing. 

Stay in one of our many Premier Inn hotels in Baden-Wurttemberg and you’ll be in the perfect spot to explore all the fascinating scenery, history and culture the region has to offer. 

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Baden-Wurttemberg hotels

Freiburg City Sud

Heinrich-Von-Stephan-Straße 19

79100 Freiburg

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Heidelberg City Centre

Kurfürsten-Anlage 23

69115 Heidelberg

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Stuttgart Feuerbach

Heilbronner Straße 321

70469 Stuttgart

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Heidelberg City Bahnstadt

Czernyring 26-28

69115 Heidelberg

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Stuttgart City Centre

Wolframstraße 29

70173 Stuttgart

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Stuttgart Airport/Messe

Dieselstraße 20

70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen

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Stuttgart City Europaviertel

Moskauer Straße 11

70173 Stuttgart

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Mannheim City Centre

Heinrich-Von-Stephan-Straße 18

68161 Mannheim

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Stuttgart Bad Cannstatt

Teinacher Straße 20

70372 Stuttgart

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Places like Baden-Wurttemberg

If you love the landscapes and culture of Baden-Wurttemberg, then why not visit the neighbouring state of Bavaria too? Here you can explore cities like Munich and Nuremberg, visit other historic landmarks like Neuschwanstein Castle (which was the inspiration for the palace in Disney’s Cinderella) and soak up the stunning landscapes and mountain vistas. Plus, our hotels in Bavaria are an ideal place to stay between adventures!

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Things to do in Baden-Wurttemberg

Enjoy exploring the gorgeous Black Forest (Schwarzwald) 

This forested mountain range with warm sunny lowlands is well known as one of Germany’s most beautiful locations. Not only does the Black Forest offer plenty of opportunities for hiking, cycling and exploring, but its unique climatic conditions mean you can enjoy some of the country’s warmest temperatures all year round. Whether you’re visiting as a family, couple or solo traveller, you’ll find plenty of adventures and activities to enjoy here. 

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Visit beautiful historic castles

From romantic hilltop towers to city centre palaces, the sheer scale and beauty of Baden-Wurttemberg’s historic castles makes them a delight for all the family to explore. Favourites include renaissance-era Heidelberg Palace, which is named after its fairy-tale-like home city, Baroque-style Ludwigsburg Palace, with its beautiful gardens and children’s play areas, and the fortress-like Hohenzollern Castle, which is still home to German royalty.

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Check out the cultural city of Stuttgart

Not only is this city well known for its green, leafy metropolitan area, but Stuttgart is also popular thanks to its fascinating museums, iconic landmarks and the beauty of its vineyard-adorned landscape. Motoring fans will love the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums in their unique, modern structures, while couples and families alike flock to the city every December to soak up the atmosphere of Stuttgart’s famous Christmas Markets. 

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FAQs

What is Baden-Wurttemberg famous for? 

This region is particularly well known as the home of the Black Forest, which is a fantasy land for adventure lovers. However, it’s also renowned for its many breweries, romantic castles, historic cities and expansive vineyards. Parts of the area sit on Germany’s largest lake, Lake Constance, which also borders Austria and Switzerland, and makes a wonderful destination for sailing, swimming and windsurfing. 

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What food is Baden-Wurttemberg known for?

The region is famous for its egg-based, pasta noodle dish called Spatzle or Spaetzle. You’ll find these noodles served with a range of different sauces, gravies and cheeses and they can even be added to hearty soups. Baden-Wurttemberg is also home to hundreds of breweries, so not only can you spend your visit tasting all kinds of traditional beers, but you can also learn about how many of them are crafted in the area. 

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What to do in Baden-Wurttemberg?

Lovers of the great outdoors will find plenty to do in Baden-Wurttemberg’s Black Forest. Even if you’re not keen on hiking or cycling, then the Black Forest High Route makes for a stunning drive with plenty of fantastic towns, cities and sights to explore along the way. Stuttgart, Freiberg and Baden-Baden all make excellent spots for single-day or weekend breaks, with scenic surroundings, cultural gems and exciting opportunities for dining and drinking. 

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What towns are in Baden-Wurttemberg?

Popular towns and cities in the state include the spa town of Baden-Baden, the cultural hub of Stuttgart, historic Mannheim, picturesque Saxon Freiburg, Heidelberg with its stunning castle ruins, Medieval Ulm, and historic Ravensburg!

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Is Baden-Wurttemberg in Bavaria?

Baden-Wurttemberg is not in Bavaria, but it’s bordered by Bavaria to the east.

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Why is the Black Forest so famous?

The Black Forest is world famous for its incredible, scenic landscapes. Pine forests, picturesque villages, beautiful waterfalls, spa towns, towering mountains – there’s so much to explore here, whether by foot, by bike or on a road trip. Many of the Grimm Brothers’ darkly fascinating fairy tales were set here, and the area is also well known for watchmaking, skiing, and making cuckoo clocks – the world’s largest one is in the Black Forest!

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