- The day pass at Natural outdoor pool Kainzenbad Garmisch Partenkirchen is €3 making it the cheapest spa in Germany.
- The nearby parking lot offers enough space for your car.
- You are hungry and thirsty? A restaurant and a kiosk provide you with meals and drinks.
Description & Details
The traditional bath was first mentioned in 1524, but first as a spa bath and only since 1928 as an open-air bath. Nowadays you can enjoy the summer and refresh yourself in the natural water pool on the 34,000 m² area.
The Kainzenbad also has a diving tower and two water slides, beach volleyball courts, a table tennis court and a great playground as well as a children's pool, a large sandpit and children's swings. A paradise for children!
Since the mountain stream Kanker regularly renews the water, the water temperature is mostly cool, but in summer pleasant 18 to 22 degrees.
How to get there
From Munich you can reach Garmisch-Partenkirchen via the A95 and B2. Follow the main road until shortly before the end of town, then turn right into Auenstraße. Free parking is available.
By public transport:
From Munich there are hourly regional trains to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Within the city, the two local bus lines 1 and 2 go to the bath, which guests can use free of charge with a spa ticket (bus stop Klinikum).