This promenade begins at the Post Office Bridge, runs along the orographically right bank of the Passer and ends after about 300 m at the Stone Footbridge. There it merges directly into the Gilf Promenade. It is flooded with sunshine in the mornings and therefore very popular in the winter months.
The Winter Promenade was completed in 1889 together with the Wandelhalle. The covered arcade and its benches invite you to linger, enjoy the sun and read.
The name of this promenade comes from the fact that its visitors had the opportunity to enjoy the sun during the cold winter months. Today it is a popular meeting place in all seasons. In spring, you can not only enjoy the first warmer rays of sunshine but also be up close to the awakening of nature, represented by unique exotic plants such as the Chinese peach and the tulip tree, easily recognisable by its yellow-green, tulip-like flowers. It can reach a height of 30 m and an age of 500 years.
In the early morning hours of summer, it is a real spectacle to behold the crimson-white blossoms of the Bartolomeus tree. In autumn, the warm rays of sunshine can be matched by the leaves of the Himalayan cedar tree and the Japanese cherry tree.