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Debbie wrote a review Jul 2019
Herzliya, Israel373 contributions171 helpful votes
This is more like a well groomed pedestrian area. It was quite deserted on the Saturday morning we were there. The shops were quite pricey. The river/lake flows through and there are benches and cafes to sit at and enjoy. Was expecting a park and this was not quite a park.
Date of experience: July 2019
urshebeisen wrote a review Aug 2016
manila53 contributions20 helpful votes
a very relaxing park. Not overly manicured, with a good touch of natural appearance. Variety of plants, flowers, herbs to be seen and smelled. A must when you are in Bad Woerishofen.
Date of experience: August 2016
Ben H wrote a review Jul 2016
Ipswich, Australia755 contributions69 helpful votes
We visited the Stadtgarten and surrounds and loved how green and beautiful it all was. From flowers blooming in the rain to the lovely fountains, it is worth going to Bad Woerishofen to look!
Date of experience: April 2016
maryrobinLondon wrote a review Sep 2015
london10 contributions8 helpful votes
Wonderful visit to a real spa ,the water was warm and the there was plenty to do .the use of the sauna was an extra 9euroscThe basic cost was19euros .There were lots of water jets andJacuzzis .and the pool extended both indoors and outdoors
Date of experience: August 2015
Segeln-Kroatien wrote a review Aug 2015
Dresden, Germany304 contributions28 helpful votes
A very nice and excellent mix of natural garden and physic garden with a combination of heathy herbs and the interaction with a Kneipp Cure. You will find everything in best condition and silent and natural atmosphere. You can watch the canards or listen to the wind moving the branches and leaves of the old tries. It is a "Must-see" place in Bad Wörishofen and Allgäu.…
Date of experience: June 2015