Baden-Baden is a town inside the country of Baden-Wurttemberg, south-western Germany, on the north-western border of the Black Forest mountain range at the small river Oos, ten kilometres east of the Rhine, the border with France, and 40 kilometres north-east of Strasbourg, France. Baden-Baden lies in a valley of the Northern Black Forest in southwestern Germany. The western districts lie inside the Upper Rhine Plain. The highest mountain of Baden-Baden is the Badener Hohe, that is a part of the Black Forest National Park.
The antique metropolis lies on the facet of a hill at the right financial institution of the Oos. Since the 19th century, the main motels were positioned on the alternative side of the river. There are 29 natural springs within the vicinity. The water is wealthy in salt and flows from artesian wells 1,800m underneath Florentine Hill at a fee of 341 litre consistent with minute and is conveyed through pipes to the city's baths.