The swimming pool in the eastern part of the Alpine Town of Innsbruck is an adventure for the whole family
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The Oasis Olympic Village (Erlebnis-Oase Olympisches Dorf) is an adventure world for the entire family, easily accessible with the IVB bus line O. The highlight are of course the slides: The Black Hole slide is 107 metres long and comprises various interesting elements, such as stroboscope light effects, a fire wall, and a waterfall. However, the red, 61 metres long slide is much steeper.
Let's have a closer look at the water landscape, which is made up of an indoor and outdoor area, accessible all year round. There are four main areas: main pool, outdoor pool, children's pool, and annexion. Meanwhile, the little ones can rage and riot in the children's pool - bubbles, water jets, miniature jungle slide, coala, duckbill and kangaroo fit the motto of the pool, which is Australia.
You're looking for relaxation? There are relaxation beds, a palm garden, and a buffet area. The sauna itself includes Finnish saunas, a steam sauna, a Kneipp basin, and a new non-nude sauna. However, if you're hungry, you may enjoy a stop at the "Hallenbad Café - Restaurant O-Dorf"...
- Kugelfangweg road 46 - 6020 - Innsbruck
- +43 512 5027069
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adventure ticket - swimming pool (4 hours):
€ 11.00 adults
€ 8.80 seniors 65+
€ 8.80 people with disabilities
€ 6.60 young people (15-18 years)
€ 4.50 children (6-14 years)
€ 1.00 every further half an hour
free with children under 6 years
family discount: 20%, free from the 3rd child on
adventure ticket - pool with sauna (4 hours):
€ 16.20 adults
€ 6.50 children and young people (families' sauna)
€ 2.00 every further half an hour
Also evening tickets (Monday to Friday from 5 pm) for the swimming pool and afternoon tickets (Monday to Friday from 2 pm) for swimming pool with sauna available.
The sauna is open from Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 10 pm, at the weekends from 11 am to 10 pm (Tuesdays ladies' sauna, weekends families' sauna, on public holidays and during the Tyrolean Easter and summer holidays every day families' sauna).