The annual International Oldtimer Meeting in Baden-Baden is the world’s classiest classic car event. This year is the 43rd annual meeting and will attract 350 oldtimers and their passionate owners to the beautiful spa city the weekend of 12–14 July. For three days, the streets of Baden-Baden will slip into a time warp with automobiles emerging from as early as 1897, up through the decades to the cut-off year of 1975—each in good-as-new condition and with an engine that purrs.
Baden-Baden is located in the Baden-Württemberg region of Germany where the first cars were created in the late 1880s by Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz in nearby Mannheim and Schorndorf. Its proximity to the birthplaces of the automobile, in addition to its backdrop of lush green gardens and turn-of-the-century architecture, makes Baden-Baden the ideal location for an oldtimer gathering.
The International Oldtimer Meeting is an occasion for classic car collectors and enthusiasts to come together to create and enjoy an open-air museum celebrating nine decades of automobile history. Join us in Baden-Baden July 12–14 to indulge in a weekend of nostalgia at this year’s 43rd annual Oldtimer Meeting. Book your weekend stay at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa.