Fotos | Caracalla Spa
Caracalla Spa is part of the traditional spa town of Baden-Baden, which, by the way, means bathing. With over 4,000 square feet, it's a cool option for the whole family. In addition to various immersion baths in thermal pools, it offers massages, shops and restaurant and monitored playground for children.
To discover a little more about the history of the city and the Roman culture of public baths, it is worth visiting the ruins of the ancient Roman Baths, with more than 2000 years, that are there close.
CATEGORY: Spa / Hot Springs / Saunas
ENTRY: € 15-20
ATTRACTIONS: Swimming area with indoor pool, outdoor pool, caves with hot and cold water, aromatized steam room, saltwater inhalation room, rest rooms, solarium. Saunas area with nine different types of saunas and two rest areas
SERVICES: Wellnessl lounge offering massages, beauty treatments, cosmetic shops and restaurant
SWIMWEAR: Swimwear required in the bathing area, prohibited in the area of saunas, which is shared by men and women
STATUS: Visited and approved
Fotos | Friedrichbad
The Friedrichbad is a complete immersion in the culture of the European public baths. His specialty is the Roman-Irish bath, a sequence of 17 stages, with different types of baths at different temperatures.
Literally underneath the spa are parts of the ruins of the ancient Roman Baths, over 2,000 years old. Worth visiting them to discover a little more about the history of the city and the Roman culture of public baths.
CATEGORY: Hot springs / Baths
ENTRY: € 25-60
ATTRACTIONS: Bath area with several steam rooms, soaking baths and swimming pools
SERVICES: Massages, beauty treatments and restaurant
SWIMWEAR: Swimwear not allowed in the bathing area. Men and women use separate areas every Monday, Thursday and Saturday, being able to meet in the main pool during stages 10 and 11. Men and women can visit the baths together all 17 stages during Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays and holidays
STATUS: In the list