The Therme Erding is one of the biggest spas in Europe located in Erding, Germany. It is 180.000 squaremeters large and welcomes 1.7 million visitors a year. It is divided into two sections with separate entrances: the sauna and one pool area is only for persons older than 16, another pool under palms, the vast water slides area and the artificial waves section is open to all age classes.
What I immediately recognized is that the water is really warm here – which made staying in the water really comfortable, especially for our six years old child. We enjoyed some cocktails at the tiki bar in the water, tried the five-zone artificial waves and stayed a long time in the longest lazy river I’ve ever seen. It is maybe the best part: here and there you can stop in different pools attached to it and there are also some water turbulences you can get stuck in.
Many fast and special slides
We didn’t try the slides although the section called Gallaxy is one of the main reasons for visitors to get here. The large selection of slides include one where six persons can go the same track in parallel. The restaurant was of unexpected quality, it was better than in most spas. Prices are quite high, for food and drinks but also for the entrance to the spa. It was a really nice visit and absolutely relaxing but it nothing you can do more often.
How to get to the Therme Erding?
The Therme Erding is reachable by S-Bahn and Bus from München, Germany – but there are also a lot of parking lots in front of the building. Important hint for visitors: the number on your key is also the number of your locker. You cannot simply select one.