Felsentherme Bad Gastein
Really valuable - that
Bad Gastein thermal water.
Relaxation at the highest level
The "mother of all thermal baths" is located at the southern end of the Gastein Valley, directly opposite the Stubnerkogelbahn and Bad Gastein train station. The Felsentherme in Bad Gastein was built directly into the rock in 1968 as the first public thermal bath in Austria and is considered an architectural highlight and insider tip among thermal bath fans.
The highest thermal spa in Salzburg, at over 1,100 meters above sea level, offers above all rest, relaxation and regeneration in combination with a breathtaking panoramic view of the mountains of the Hohe Tauern.
Everything is clearer this high up: clear air and clear water. More than a million liters of clear Gastein thermal water feed the pools of the small but fine thermal baths every day. Due to this enormous supply of fresh water, chemical additives such as chlorine are hardly necessary. Bathing pleasure at the highest level.
From the platform to the thermal baths - in less than 50 steps from Bad Gastein train station by train from all directions to the Felsentherme Bad Gastein - closer than you think!