The Ehrenberg Thermal Bath, located amidst the Reutte Nature Park region, was rewarded by the German Sauna Association
The Ehrenberg Thermal Bath (Alpentherme Ehrenberg) is the largest sauna and public bath in the Ausserfern area. Inside, it offers an adventure pool (31 degrees C) with 4 swim lanes, a training pool with free aqua gym, and a gallery to relax and rest. Outside, a unique panoramic view on the majestic Ehrenberg Castle Ensemble and the surrounding alpine world awaits you.
Also the young guests don't go short - "Juhui's Realm" waits for them in the Alpine Thermal Bath Ehrenberg. A 12 m long dragon slide, splashing animals and the Alpenbob, a 120 m long tyre slide, ensure good mood. Outside, plenty of entertainment facilities are guaranteed by "Juhui's Dragon Water Games" and a playground.
The sauna area, however, offers fully relaxation. The German Sauna Association rewarded the Ehrenberg Sauna World with the highest award Sauna Premium*****. It offers a brine steam bath, salt sanarium, Alpine Sauna, Fire Sauna, a sauna garden, and the Rose Sauna for women.
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day ticket - bathing world:
€ 17.00 adults
€ 17.00 young people (16-18 years)
€ 16.00 people with disabilities (more than 50%)
€ 16.00 seniors (only from Monday to Friday)
€ 12.00 children and young people (4-15 years)
€ 29.00 family ticket (1 adult with children under 16 years)
€ 46.00 family ticket (2 adults with children under 16 years)
free admission for toddlers
free admission for birthday children
discount with the guest card
day ticket - sauna with bathing world:
€ 36.00 adults
€ 36.00 young people (16-18 years)
€ 35.00 people with disabilities (more than 50%)
€ 35.00 seniors (only from Monday to Friday)
Also 2-hour tickets, 4-hour tickets and an after work discount from Sunday to Thursday (from 6.30 pm on) for the bathing world as well as 3-hour tickets and the after work discount for sauna with bathing world available.
The sauna paradise stays open daily from 10 am to 10 pm, access from 16 years on.