Party Earth Review Anyone looking for a combination of total relaxation and energetic activity would be hard pressed to find a better spot than Therme Erding. From the inviting warm water of its expansive swimming pools, complete with grottoes... ... read full review
Thermenallee 1, 2, 4
M–F 10am–11pm, Sa–Su 9am–11pm, first Saturday of the month 9am–1am
ERDING, GERMANY –
Anyone looking for a combination of total relaxation and energetic activity would be hard pressed to find a better spot than Therme Erding.
From the inviting warm water of its expansive swimming pools, complete with grottoes and pool bars that serve fruit cocktails, to its saunas, oxygen gardens, infra-red rooms, sulfuric baths, and water park, the venue truly has something for everyone.
The saunas and Dampfbad (steam baths) are especially refreshing and offer flavored salt scrubs, while the adjacent water park, which features more than a dozen different slides ranging from roller coasters to whirlpools to floating journeys in massive inner tubes, provides hours of entertainment.
If soaking and snoozing builds up an appetite, a number of restaurants located right by the pools offer everything from schnitzel and fries to gourmet buffets.
At night, the vibe is more laid back as patrons focus purely on relaxation.
With so much to see and do, the hours fly by like minutes, so guests can easily spend the entire day and even night at Therme Erding.
All types and ages.
Popular chart tunes. Occasional special events and club nights with DJs. Check the website for dates and details.
The pool bars and restaurants offer a variety of food and beverage options.
Admission fee varies depending on the hour of entry. Cheapest weekday rate is €11 before 1pm. Check the website for more information.
Any day of the week, but weekends tend to be the busiest. On Saturday nights, the park sometimes hosts DJ parties and events that charge a special entrance fee.