Baden-Baden, Germany, is designed for walking. It is filled with pedestrian-only streets, flower-filled promenades, inviting public squares and the 1.5 mile, tree lined Lichtentaler Allee. Consequently, you really don’t need public transportation or a cab to get around. But you might be interested in taking a horse-drawn carriage ride. The coachmen are delightful and they will explain the history of the sights you pass along the way.