Therme Erding

Swimming and wellness

Have fun and relax in the Mediterranean ambience of the world’s largest thermal spa. Just 40 kilometres to the north-east of Munich, you can immerse yourself in a top-class swimming and leisure paradise.

Whatever you love most about swimming and spas, Therme Erding  (Erding Thermal Spa) has it all: Swimming in the great outdoors, bathing in the thermal waters, letting off steam in the wave pool or relaxing in one of the 25 thermal saunas – between the palms and the pool bar, there is everything you could want and more.

While those visitors looking for a chance to relax, can treat themselves to a massage or beauty treatment, adventurers of all ages can explore Europe’s largest waterslide park.

The range of culinary options is just as diverse as the choice of pools: From sweet treats and delicious burgers to healthier dishes, there is something for everyone.

Therme Erding also opened its own 4-star hotel, the nautically inspired Hotel Victory, back in 2015.



Photo: Therme Erding


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