11 Beautiful swimming pools in hamburg, with pleasure hamburg

11 beautiful swimming pools in Hamburg

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Let your mind wander, steel your body while pulling lanes or just splash around – everyone should have a regular swimming pool! It’s only a few kilometers from Hamburg to the coast, but honestly, how often in the year is the weather good enough for swimming? In the following 11 swimming pools, your toes neither fall off nor are you cruised by kite surfers:

© Pixabay, CC0 Lanes in the swimming pool Bondenwald

Splash around casually? Not in the swimming pool Bondenwald! The indoor pool in Niendorf is just right for particularly active people: because in the so-called "Action Pool" can be hailed on a 7-meter climbing wall, run on a slackline over the water or make daring jumps from the 3-meter tower. You can relax in the 28 degree outdoor pool, in summer you can dive in the outdoor pool.

  • Bondenwald
  • Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 71, 22459 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Bath: from € 6.50, sauna: from € 18
  • More info

© StacieStauffSmith Photos via Shutterstock Swimming in the Volksdorf park

This bathroom was modernized in 2014 and everyone gets their money’s worth here. Especially toddlers in Taka-Tuka Land. In addition to a multi-purpose pool and non-swimmer pool, there is also an outdoor pool, a whirlpool for relaxing, a water playground (with a pirate ship!) For kids and a 1m and 3m jump system for the brave. If you need some rest after swimming, go to the steam bath or one of the saunas.

  • Park village Volksdorf
  • Rockenhof, 22359 Hamburg
  • Monday to Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Adults from € 6.50; two adults, one child: from 16 €
  • More info

© Artem Verbo via Unsplash >

In the indoor pool in an idyllic location directly on the Bille you will find fun and relaxation under one roof. There is an adventure pool with waterfall, sports pool, toddler area, water feature and outdoor pool heated all year round as well as a Finnish sauna, steam bath, sauna bar, adventure shower. By the way, after the sauna you can relax on the roof terrace.

  • Bille Bad
  • Reetwerder 25, 21029 Hamburg
  • Bath: Monday to Sunday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m .; Sauna: Monday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • for adults: € 6.30 bath; 18 € sauna incl. Bath
  • More info

© Bäderland Hamburg Swimming in the Holthusenbad

Therme, sauna, swimming area – a few hours in the bubbling water or sweating on the towel can easily let the stress of an entire week fizzle out. Anyone who likes to get naked for the beneficial body-and-mind combination treatment knows, however, that where it is really stunning, the prices usually knock you over. Even in the Hamburg area, we couldn’t find a wellness oasis that would have to be paid for regularly even on a tight budget. Our best tip is to jump out of bed early. If you still have half a day to go on holiday or you have to go to university later anyway, be sure to use the morning for conditions that are often significantly cheaper. Our favorite when it comes to value for money is the Holthusenbad. Mondays and Wednesdays only girls are allowed to mess around in the sauna!

  • Holthusenbad
  • Goernestrasse 21, Hamburg
  • Monday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
  • bath & Thermal baths: in summer: from € 6.20, in winter: from € 6.70

© Background All via Shutterstock splashing in the St. Pauli swimming pool

Anyone looking for wellness or a great bathing experience is wrong here. If you want to swim without being disturbed by 30 others in the pool, this is the place for you. Because there is no frills like whirlpool and slides, instead there is a large multi-purpose pool, a diving facility with 1m and 3m and a non-swimmer pool.

  • St. Pauli swimming pool
  • Budapester Strasse 29, 20359 Hamburg
  • Tuesday – Thursday: 2pm to 6pm, Friday: 8.30am to 6pm; Saturday: 2.30pm-6pm
  • for adults: 6.20 euros
  • More info

© Maria Kotylevskaja / Swimming with pleasure Hamburg: Kaifu Sole

The building that houses the Kaifu brine on the Hohe Weide is more than 120 years old, the brine has only been around for a year. The warm water has six percent salinity and is therefore not only healthy for the skin, bones and respiratory tract, it also invites you to splash around – just swim upstairs. There is also a cold plunge pool, a steam bath and a Himalayan salt sauna. So if you want to relax a day again, you are in good hands here. Pro tip: The brine is open until midnight.

  • Kaifu bath
  • Hohe Weide 15, 20259 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 12 a.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. to 12 a.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Adults 21-26 euros, children 12-17 euros
  • More info

© Alisa Amann Swimming adventure in the M >

A short trip and you’re in the far north: in mid-summer you can enjoy swimming and wellness in an original Scandinavian atmosphere. There are multipurpose pools, a large outdoor pool, an adventure pool, the Wikiland with a Viking ship and water cannon, a white water channel and an extra pool for the smallest kids for splashing and lapping. For all sauna fans, MidSommerland has a 5600 square meter sauna garden with an orchard and natural pond. You can sweat really well in an original Finnish sauna, steam bath or bionarium. You can cool off in the ice fountain and then relax on the water beds. Perfect end: a trip to the thermal pool in the garden.

  • MidSommerland
  • Gotthelfweg 2, 21077 Hamburg
  • Monday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
  • For adults: bathroom from 6.50 euros; Sauna incl. Bath and thermal bath from 17.00 euros; Thermal bath including bath from 8.20 euros
  • More info

Slides in the mainland

The mainland water park is the swimming pool with Germany’s largest water park – and with pretty cool dinosaurs. For the grown-ups there is of course a wellness area with a sauna, bionarium and aroma steam bath to relax, while the youngsters are stuck in the slide. Those who prefer to swim laps in peace: there is an indoor and an outdoor pool!

  • Mainland
  • Holstenstrasse 30, 22767 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • from € 6.50 for adults, from € 3.20 for children, sauna incl.bath: from € 17.50
  • More info

© via Pexels, CC0 splashing in the Ohlsdorf swimming pool

A classic swimming pool without a slide system or sauna village. In summer, however, the meeting point for all children around Ohlsdorf. However, the outdoor pool is currently being renovated. In the hall itself there is a multi-purpose pool, non-swimmer pool and a jumping facility. If you would like to take your tracks without being surrounded by countless people, you are in the right place in Ohlsdorf.

  • Ohlsdorf swimming pool
  • Im Grünen Grund 1, 22337 Hamburg
  • Monday: closed, Tuesday to Thursday: 2pm to 8pm, Friday: 8.30am to 8pm, Saturday and Sunday: 10am to 6pm
  • for adults: € 6.20
  • More info

© Artem Verbo via Unsplash Jump off the 10-meter board in the Alster swimming pool

Hamburg’s largest swimming pool for all sporty, and those who would like to be. There is a sports pool, aqua fitness center, diving board, slide, gym and three Finnish saunas, eucalyptus sauna, chamomile sauna, steam bath, cold plunge pool, sauna bar, relaxation rooms. And brave athletes who want to jump from the 10s: Go for it!

  • Alster-Schwimmhalle
  • Ifflandstrasse 21, 22087 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m .; Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • for adults: bath from € 6.50, sauna incl. bath € 17.50
  • More info

© Pixabay, CC0 Dive into the Inselpark swimming pool

In Wilhelmsburg the Inselpark swimming pool is just waiting for hard-working swimmers. Here you can dive behind a huge glass facade and make tracks. The highlight: in summer the glass panels can be pushed aside and the indoor pool is transformed into an outdoor pool. Pretty cool!

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