Right in the middle: Minster Square
In Bad Säckingen the charming alleyways with small shops and its historical town centre connect to present a picturesque city experience. The Bad Säckingen and Alemannic dialect can be found here which are as much part of the people as are the wooden bridge, the minster, and the castle gardens. Whether at the market on the Minster Square or at one of the many city festivals – you are always at the centre of things.
Wherever you stroll through Bad Säckingen, if you are seeking a moment of calm, you will always find a suitable place, in one of the many cafés, on a park bench along the Rhine River right in front of the wooden bridge or at the idyllically located city wall in the old part of town. And if you let your gaze wander, you will re-discover the minster towers. Regardless from which perspective, our city is sure to cast its spell on you.
Have a seat in one of the cafés or restaurants at the Minster Square and indulge your palate. Observe the colourful hustle and bustle against the stunning backdrop of Fridolin’s Minster and the surrounding buildings. Allow your gaze to wander. Feel like ‘Tomcat Hiddigeigei’ for a moment.
Bad Säckingen: A small-town gem
They are not large, are partly hidden among beautiful landscape, and yet they have a very special splendour: the small-town gems of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Very special treasures can be found in historical alleyways and on picturesque market squares: varied and individual shops, a broad range of gastronomical options, as well as numerous events which are guaranteed to enchant visitor Bad Säckingen is one of these small-town gems. Find more information on the website of the state of Baden- Wuerttemberg.