The most modern thermal bath of Austria is a combination of fun and action, spa, adventures and relaxation.
Relaxation in the heart of the Oetztal Alps awaits you in the Längenfeld Thermal Bath. In a huge glass crystal there are the two indoor pools with warm water (34 and 36 degrees C), connected to the basins in the outdoor area. Also the characteristic bowl-shaped basins are located outside: the sole basin with underwater music, the massage basin with thermal water, and the whirl basin.
The Aqua Dome offers 12 pools, 7 saunas, and a total of 22,000 sqm, including the "Alpen Arche Noah", an area for families and children that is separated from the facility, featuring cascade waterfalls, sand banks, and a 90 m long water slide. The elements stone, light and wood are central in the facility and make the architecture of the Aqua Dome unique.
Furthermore, the "Gletscherglühen" Sauna World and the "Morgentau" Wellness Area offer full relaxation with several saunas, hot stone therapy and much more. The offer of the Längenfeld Thermal Bath (Therme Längenfeld) is completed by the "Gipfelsturm" Fitness Centre.
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day ticket (till 6 pm):
€ 38.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 23.00 children (3-14 years)
€ 15.00 surcharge sauna (from 15 years on)
€ 82.00 family ticket (2 adults with 1 child)
€ 95.00 family ticket (2 adults with 2 children)
€ 108.00 family ticket (2 adults with 3 children)
15% reduction for students, seniors 65+
20% reduction for persons with disabilities (more than 50%)
evening ticket (after 6 pm):
€ 26.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 16.00 children (3-14 years)
Moonlight Bathing every Friday till midnight. Sauna open from 10 am to 11 pm.