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


The City of Munich is also affected by the nationwide measures to contain the coronavirus. Hotels and accommodation establishments, indoor and outdoor gastronomy and shops are open. But there are some restrictions. All other important information about the coronavirus and your stay in Munich can be found here.

Munich Card & City Pass

Discover Munich in a relaxed and uncomplicated way: discounts for the diverse range of art, culture and leisure activities with our guest cards.

Public transport is included

Many discounts with the Card, many things for free with the Pass.

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