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.
- 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.
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).