Germany’s Most Beautiful Thermal Baths
Just relax and unwind – especially in the cold season this is more than welcome. We present some of the best thermal spas in Germany, also in our photo show. And we have compiled the most important information and prices for you.
Infrared in the Europa Therme
In Bad Füssing not only an infrared room provides comforting warmth from the inside, in the sulphur gas bath visitors relax at a water temperature of 35 to 36 degrees Celsius. The supplied thermal water flows through 76 special nozzles and leads to a rapid deep relaxation. The attraction pool is bubbling: benches with neck and shoulder massage jets, pool bubblers and whirlpool ensure a beautiful body feeling. There is also the “Aerosalzum”: Up to 20 people can be accommodated in an alp hut-like building. A special nozzle system sprays the finest salt solution at short intervals.
Relaxation in the “Tuscany of the East
Those who visit the Toskana Therme in Bad Sulza will decelerate quite quickly: body-warm spring water in a thermal brine, accompanied by a composition of sound, colour and light. The theme saunas, from classic to avant-garde, are arranged in a semicircle: Finnish indoor sauna (90 degrees Celsius), soft sauna (55 degrees), steam bath with coloured light, starry sky (43 degrees), Kneipp footbath, bronchial charium – with dry sove nebulisation for respiratory tract and bronchi. In the Lektarium (45 degrees) visitors can even read while sweating. In addition, a whirlpool, quiet zones, a vitality bar and an eternal fire, as well as gentle colour games round off the experiences in the self-proclaimed “sauna of the future”.
Black Forest bathing paradise: Slides and saunas in oversized sizes
The bathing temple in the middle of the Black Forest is divided into “Palm Oasis”, “Wellness Oasis” and “Galaxy Swimming Pool”. While the swimming pool with 22 slides and a large stainless steel halfpipe is clearly aimed at children and young people, the two “oases” are aimed at stressed adults. Here it is quieter, admission is only from 16 years. The water in the “palm oasis” is a good 33 degrees warm; tropical plants provide the right flair. And when the weather is fine, the transparent roof is opened. The “wellness oasis” offers four spacious saunas, for relaxation after sweating there are modern rest rooms or the terrace with a view of the Black Forest.
Therme Erding: Between Exoticism and Spa
The Therme Erding combines an exotic ambience with healthy thermal healing water, warm between 33 and 40 degrees depending on the pool. Palm trees and other tropical plants create a holiday atmosphere. Those who like to sweat can do so in the adjoining sauna paradise. The “Vitaloase” is ideal for a mineral bath. The Therme offers a flow channel, more than 70 bubble loungers and massage jets. The originally 63 degrees warm healing water comes from a depth of 2350 meters and contains numerous valuable minerals.
Thermal bath Rotherma: 5000 square meters sauna park
The Rotherma in Gaggenau-Bad Rotenfels is a thermal bath with vital bath and aroma bath, sauna park with rock sauna and ice grotto. The curative thermal water of the Rotherma comes from the rock. For those who prefer to sweat a lot, the 5000 square metre sauna park is the place to be. On Wednesdays it is reserved for female guests.
Thermal bath Aukammtal: Use Wiesbaden’s thermal springs
The thermal bath Aukammtal is a modern health bath on a total area of 6500 square meters. The spa was opened in 1976 and makes use of Wiesbaden’s wealth of thermal springs. Over time, it has established itself as a popular attraction for more than a million health-conscious guests in need of therapy. Thermal pools are an essential part of the health offers. Seven different saunas, among others, are located in the 3000 square metre sauna landscape.
“Thermenmeer” in the Obermain Therme
The “Thermenmeer” of the Obermain Therme in Upper Franconia offers everything you need for a holiday by the sea: warmth, water and salt. The healing thermal water comes from primeval seas hidden 1600 metres deep in the underground of the Main valley. The Obermain Therme has 25 indoor and outdoor pools with temperatures ranging from 28 to 36 degrees Celsius. There is also the “Saunaland” for sweating. There is a stone, rose or earth sauna on 15,000 square metres.
Ahr-Resort: Bathing in real mineral water
The mineral water of the Ahr-Thermen convinces with a pleasant 31 degrees. Inside the Ahr-Thermen, bubbling thermal pools, freshwater pools and four massaging whirlpools provide variety. In the 31 degree warm water of the outdoor pool, you can relax in the current channel, in bubble loungers and under hydropeaking showers. A floating sluice connects the indoor and outdoor areas. Visitors can experience their personal highlight during a nightly swim under the starry sky. The sauna bar attracts visitors with its open fireplace.
Kisssalis Therme: Well-being thermal water
The minerals in the thermal water of the Kisssalis Therme are helpful in many ailments. Visitors have at their disposal a large indoor pool and two outdoor pools with a total of 1000 square metres of water. Afterwards it can be hardened in the hot and cold pools. Relax in the intensive brine pool with starry sky and underwater music. There is also a sauna park, a wellness pavilion and a fitness arena. In the restaurant and bistro, visitors of all ages can fortify themselves and enjoy the view over the green landscape surrounding the spa.