Hallenbad Süd

The Hallenbad Süd is an indoor swimming pool at the city quarter Brückenhof of Kassel, Germany. It is existing since 1971 but it was completely refurbished in 2010 and is a very modern facility. You will find two pools – one for children and a 25 metres sports pool. Within Kassel, the Hallenbad Süd is rather remote but it is worth getting here. Only day tickets are offered and cost 3,50 Euro – the same you would pay for 1,5 hours in the Auebad (if you get a discount by getting a customer loyalty card).

Swimming there is very relaxed because you don’t have any time pressure. It is rather small but offered enough space to swim when I was there. What was my reason to get there? The Auebad was closed due to a sports event – and the Hallenbad Süd was offered as an alternative. You can swim here typically between 10 am and 10 pm – but they sometimes open earlier (especially for women only on Saturdays). There is a bus stop directly in front of it (bus 12 stops there) but you can also get there by tramway 3, 4 and 6 (which stop at Heinrich-Plett-Straße some meters down the road).

At the Hallenbad Süd you’ll find no cash desk – there is only a vending machine. Here you can pay by cash, card or customer card (which is the most simple way). The machine gives you a ticket with a barcode. This code has to be shown at the entrance gate when entering and leaving (so don’t lose that card). When using a locker there you need to put a one Euro coin inside the lock – be prepared for that. The temperature at the sports pool is rather warm in contrast to the one at the Auebad.

Hallenbad Süd
Heinrich-Plett-Str. 81
34132 Kassel


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