Experience the thermal springs
It is a great privilege to have thermal springs right on your doorstep.
There are many different ways to experience the most mineral-rich thermal waters in Switzerland in the baths of Baden – and some of them don't even cost anything. From a free foot bath to traditional thermal baths all the way to private spa suites, the baths district has a large range of thermal spring activities.
Align your body, soul and spirit in the historical baths district. You can still find the traditional baths in the Atrium-Hotel Blume. The Limmathof Baden Hotel & Spa, however, has a brand-new Novum Spa and offers private spa suites. You can treat yourself to a short break on the Thermalbank (thermal bench) overlooking the Limmat River.
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Experience the thermal spring
Thermalbank (Thermal bench)
The Thermalbank is a eight-metre-long foot bath and is directly supplied by one of the 18 thermal springs in the baths district. Thanks to the natural soothing warmth of the water, you can enjoy the thermal springs all year round. The Thermalbank is a publicly accessible foot bath with thermal waters that everyone can use for free 24/7.
More information about the Thermalbank: www.baden.ch/thermalbank
Heisser Stein (Hot stone)
Pentagonal, approx. 4-tonne stone slab on the Kurplatz. The "Heisser Stein" (hot stone) is warmed by the underlying "Grosser Heisser Stein" (great hot stone) spring, which can be clearly felt at this spot. Before the Kurplatz was levelled in 1824, the stone stuck out over the ground at seat height. It was formerly used to sell fruits, vegetables and baked goods.
Thermal water fountain at Restaurant Hirsch in Ennetbaden
This thermal water fountain is located on the terrace of Restaurant Hirsch in Ennetbaden, which was renovated in 2011, and is publicly accessible. The fountain is decorated with a mosaic created by the painter and mosaic artist Karl Otto Hügin in 1942 .