For as long as written history has existed so have the bathhouses built here since Roman times. It has fallen to many hands throughout the years but has continued to develop into a health and wellness center, world renowned for its healing facilities. Though the population is only a little over 1, 000, visitors come all year round to get relief from stress and chronic ailments bringing the number of people in the town to several thousand. This state-owned spa town has its own coat of arms and many historical monuments and buildings that add to its charm.
Location: In a Geological Hot Spot
This municipality is located in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. This is in the southwestern potion of the country in the Üßbach valley near the Moselle. Marine deposits and geological formations date back hundreds of millions of years, and volcanic activity was common up until 50, 000 years ago. This landscape forms the famous hot spring that has been in use since ancient times.
Business: Perfect for Taking Care of Business
Don't let the small size of this German city fool you, it is an excellent place to hold business related events like conferences, meetings, and even celebrations. The awe-inspiring scenery can help relieve the stress of employees as well as improve concentration, and the airport is easy to get to and from only 40 kilometers away. There are conference and meeting rooms of all sizes all over town, and the town also offers its services to help plan any event.
Culture: Fascinating and Beautiful Museums
Bad Bertrich focuses on not just health and wellness but also culture and history. The number of sites here should not be ignored such as the fifteen sites on the Rhineland-Palatinate’s Directory of Cultural Monuments. The spa gardens and electoral palace not only give a look into the town's elegant past, but it also offers one of the most beautiful wedding venues in Germany. The Clara-Viebig-Saal celebrates the life and works of this famous 20th century poet.
Activities: Relaxing Spas and the Outdoors
This relaxing getaway is all about health and healing. Take full advantage of the hot springs at one of the many spas. The Vulkaneifel Thermal Spa offers indoor and outdoor thermal pools as well as volcano themed saunas. For those who love the outdoors there is an untouched natural world ready for hiking, cycling, and mountain biking outside every door. There are actually 70 kilometers of marked paths. You can also visit the first European park based on landscape treatment, Roemerkessel.