Explore interesting sights in Bad Kissingen, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Bad Kissingen, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Bad Kissingen
1. Bismarckturm Bad Kissingen
The construction of the Bismarck Tower located on the "Sinnberg", a hill in the German spa town of Bad Kissingen, started in 1914 following the plans designed by architect, Wilhelm Kreis. It was projected by the local Bismarck Tower Association under the chairmanship of its founder, pharmacist Oscar Ihl. This association was in favour of Bismarck and the German Empire and competed in a certain way with the Wittelsbacher Association, which, even after the Unification of Germany, regarded the Kingdom of Bavaria to be a sovereign kingdom and built the Wittelsbacher Tower in Bad Kissingen in 1907.
2. Bad Kissingen
Bad Kissingen is a German spa town in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia and seat of the district Bad Kissingen. Situated to the south of the Rhön Mountains on the Franconian Saale river, it is one of the health resorts, which became famous as a "Weltbad" in the 19th century. In 2021, the town became part of the transnational UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name "Great Spa Towns of Europe", because of its famous mineral springs and its architecture exemplifying the popularity of spa resorts in Europe during the 18th through 20th centuries.
3. St. Michael
The St. Michael Church in the Lower Franconian district of Bad Kissingen, a district of the Bavarian spa town of Bad Kissingen in the Lower Franconian district of Bad Kissingen, is consecrated to the Archangel Michael. The church belongs to the Bad Kissingen monuments and is registered in the Bavarian list of monuments on the number D-6-72-114-137.
The Ludwig Tower in Bad Kissingen is located on the Staffelsberg, a hill in the German spa town of Bad Kissingen. The tower is to commemorate the House of Wittelsbach and, thus, named after Bavarian king Ludwig I of Bavaria. The tower belongs to the heritage registers of Bad Kissingen and has an entry in the List of Heritage Registers in Bavaria.
Der Tattersall im bayerischen Staatsbad Bad Kissingen war eine nach dem Londoner Ideengeber, Namensgeber und Stallmeister Richard Tattersall benannte Reithalle, die heute als Tagungs- und Kulturzentrum genutzt wird. Er steht seit 1987 unter Denkmalschutz und ist in der Denkmalliste unter der Nummer D-6-72-114-395 eingetragen.
6. St. Ulrich
The Catholic St. Ulrich Church in Poppenroth, a district of the Bavarian spa town of Bad Kissingen in the Lower Franconian district of Bad Kissingen, is St. Ulrich von Augsburg. It belongs to the Bad Kissinger monuments and is registered under the number D-6-72-114-215 in the Bavarian list of monuments.
The Lower Saline is a salin system with a graduation plant in Hausen, a district of the Lower Franconian spa town of Bad Kissingen in the district of Bad Kissingen (Bavaria). It belongs to the Bad Kissingen monuments and is registered in the Bavarian list of monuments under the number D-6-72-114-189.
The Vogelskreuz is a field monument in Reiterswiesen, a district of Bad Kissingen, the large district town of the Lower Franconian district of Bad Kissingen. It is one of the Bad Kissingen architectural monuments and is registered under the number D-6-72-114-243 in the Bavarian List of Monuments.
9. St. Peter und Paul
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul is located in Arnshausen, a district of the spa town of Bad Kissingen in Lower Franconia. It is one of the Bad Kissingen architectural monuments and is registered under the number D-6-72-114-156 in the Bavarian list of monuments.
10. Altes Rathaus
The old town hall of Bad Kissingen, a health resort in Bavarian Lower Franconia, is located on the town's market square, belongs to the Bad Kissingen monuments and is registered in the Bavarian list of monuments on the number D-6-72-114-59.
The Marienkapelle is a Roman Catholic church in Kapellenstrasse in the Lower Franconian spa town of Bad Kissingen. It belongs to the Bad Kissinger monuments and is registered under the number D-6-72-114-25 in the Bavarian list of monuments.
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