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A visit to Therme Wien is a transformative experience. This unique thermal spa is an irresistible world where peace and quiet reigns. Leave your everyday stresses and strains at the door. Time loses all meaning, leaving you free to concentrate on...more
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Huge indoor aqua park with more services than I could believe. Parking was a pain because we had an RV that was too tall for the underground garage. We parked on the street and paid for 3 hours at the Tabak in front of the...More
Very easy to get to, walkway from subway station. no English sign but the staff speaks English. I took the senior special: 4 hours, locker and lunch for 26 euros. if you want to get in the sauna , add 8 euros to the cost....More
Have been to thermal spas all over the world including Hungary and the Gellart. Felt lady who criticized the temp of and boringness of this complex was very unfair and almost put me off going. I followed my instincts to see for myself and was...More
Had a great time even though this isn’t really my thing at all
It’s a huge complex, it can get busy but doesn’t feel too much
If you take your own towel you will save yourself 5 euros and if going during the day you...More
You know those days on holiday when you’re just a bit exhausted, all shopped out and a perhaps somewhat indulged by one too many delicious coffees and cake?
Well if you happen to be in Vienna at this point, your luck is in. Head out...More
After cultural stress in Vienna museums and shopping for me it is so good to relax in Therme Wien. Warm, hot, comfortable and cold water pools and all spectrum of water attractions... You can spend 2 hours or a whole day and renew your body...More
We spent 4 days in Vienna and decided to finish off the trip with a nice visit to the thermal springs at Oberlaa.
And what a disappointment that was!
Let's start with the good things:
-The facilities are modern and very clean.
-Quite large with...More
We didn't expect this much of fun at Therme Wien. Everything is nice and clean and very friendly staffs and facilities. And it is very convenient to go when it is right nex to the subway station.
The Salt Water Pool (outdoor) was unforgettable! You...More
It was mid vacation and I just wanted to isolate a little, be warm and sweat. I wish I could have stayed longer at Therme Wien as I missed the fun looking water slide. I saw it coming in, but later I couldn't figure out...More
I have been doing sauna for 15 years but this didn’t like,maybe service was not good and spoiled the whole impression
First of all,you can’t get to sauna if you don’t pay 20€ for pools,which I don’t want to use,after that you have to pay...More
You pay extra to enter the whole of sauna welt. You can leave your swimming costume/trunks on some shelves just after you go into the Sauna Welt area. All parts of Sauna Welt are clothes free but you’re expected to wear a... More
You pay extra to enter the whole of sauna welt. You can leave your swimming costume/trunks on some shelves just after you go into the Sauna Welt area. All parts of Sauna Welt are clothes free but you’re expected to wear a towel or a robe as you move between the pools, saunas and bars.
True European Style Spa in Spain - Saunas & Steam Rooms (1 Reply)
My husband and I travel to Europe annually and enjoy the large spa facilities like Therme Wien (Vienna) and Filderado (Swabian region of Germany). These facilities are open to the public and include several pools, relaxation rooms, and an adult-only, no-clothing area with up to 10 saunas and/or steam rooms, plus plunge pools, etc. Massages and other pampering services are available, but we go for the detoxing and other benefits of the heat and steam. We are planning a trip to Spain and my...More
March 17, 2015|
foot massage in Vienna (0 Replies)
We will be staying around westbahnhaf station in Vienna. I have a hard time finding a foot massage place in Wien city to relax my back and ease off my tired foot after sightseing. Can anyone recommend one? Unfortunatley Therme Wien seems to be too far from our hotel. Thank you in advance