Römertherme

Römertherme – health and treatment

Feel at ease, do good for body and soul - that is the philosophy of "Römertherme" Baden. The old Romans already knew that and bathed - due to health reasons - in Baden´s thermal sulphuric water. Baden´s sulphuric curative water, the "yellow gold" comes to the surface from 1000 metres deep with a temperature of 36°C/ 97°F. Baden has 14 hot springs, out of which the "yellow gold" can be used in it´s entire strength and purity. The biggest and warmest spring, the "Marienquelle" (St. Mary´s spring) supplies the "Römertherme" and the "Kurzentrum" with sulphuric water.

Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Last admittance 9.30 p.m.
Last sauna infusion 9.30 p.m.

Pools

Sports pool   26-28°C
Vital basin   30-32°C
Paddling pool   32°C
Whirlpool   36°C
Shamrock outdoor swimming pool with massage jets   30-32°C
Sulphur outdoor swimming pool – the traditional sulphur bath          34-36°C

Sauna & steam baths

Sauna, steam baths, infrared cabins          Temperature
        
2 classic Finnish saunas          88°C – 95°C
Pine outdoor sauna   88°C – 95°C
Bio sauna with colour therapy   50°C – 60°C
Roman steam bath with aroma   42°C
Eukalyptus- steam bath   42°C
Brine steam bath   42°C
2 infrared cabins   33°C
Swimming pool  

Every year in early August revision work in the "Römertherme" is taking place.
Instead you can use the "Strandbad" (outdoor beach pool), which is only 5 minutes walking distance.