Amazing in all reality!
I’ve never really seen anything as opulent as this, with it NOT being a hotel, museum, or footballer’s mansion.
Yes, I’ve been to thermals /saunas before as they’re called in Germany, but this one had a key difference; you had to wear clothes! What a relief, and also it was completely indoors, as the outdoor pool was closed (It was freezing anyway.).
The baths from the outside
What must be said, is that we did this in a tourist, old-fashioned way – we had no towels and decided to go to the venue to buy tickets.
Please buy online, as the place can quickly become very busy (I believe that they limit customers at busy times of the day.). In addition, BRING YOUR OWN TOWELS! They do NOT rent them, so we had to buy two “deluxe” ones, at 30 euros each! What a rip-off!
Two more shots of the interior
Obviously, we have no pictures of the indoor pools, but there are plenty of those on the website links.
I will say, there was a very mellow vibe here, not a lot of noise, very respectful patrons and a lack of English speakers.
Final montage, note the “buy online” sign
Finally, there were families here, all ages, tourists, and everyone seemed to get on with each other. As for the price, I thought it was only about £10 to get in. We went there on a Tuesday afternoon, and there did not appear to be a time limit for your stay. Unlike this country, where a gang from the Stasi would inspect your ticket, and repeatedly warn you that you had to be “oot” at 3:30.