Bad Steben State Spa
The historic Bad Steben Spa park extends over 40 hectares. The most striking feature of the lower part of the park is the collection of historic buildings from the Biedermeier and Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) periods. On the main square of the spa park lies the Klenze building, built in 1837 by Leo von Klenze, court architect of Bavarian King Ludwig I. Just off to one side is the 19th century Wandelhalle promenade with its shaded arcades and large glass windows. The complex also offers fountains, an impressive floral display and a small rose garden. Adjacent to the spa park, the protected Kurhaus from the year 1910 boasts an imposing hall.