Public baths in Vienna
Thousands of people throng to the public pools in the summer to cool off and enjoy the season. There are plenty of sports activities for those who do not want to laze about in the sun. Football, beach volleyball and mini-golf are yours to enjoy. Or train your brain with outdoor chess.
No need to wait for the summer to visit our pools. There is plenty to choose from in the winter too. Wellness areas and saunas for a good dose of relaxation on a cold winter day. Pool gymnastics and Aqua fitness classes are a good and gentle way to keep fit, especially for the not-so-young. Some indoor pools offer swimming classes for children from three years up.
Due to the Corona pandemic, the following supplementary rules apply at Vienna's public outdoor pools: COVID-19-rules for public swimming pools
This summer, the number of visitors admitted to each facility will be limited to guarantee the required minimum space of ten square metres per person. In good weather, public swimming pools may therefore be full to capacity early in the day. To make sure you are admitted, please come to the ticket counter at the entrance of the facility in good time.
Current information on free capacities for each public swimming pool is available online (Bäderampel) and in the City of Vienna's live app. Clear signs and a blue flag are displayed directly on site once a pool is full to capacity.
Overview of public baths
The following baths are not operated by the City of Vienna. Different entrance prices and opening times apply.
|Name of bath||Address||District|
|Therme Wien||Kurbadstraße 10||10|
|Schönbrunner Bad||Schönbrunner Schlosspark||13|
|Neuwaldegger Bad||Promenadegasse 58||17|
|Bundesbad Alte Donau||Arbeiterstrandbadstraße 93||21|
|Strandbad Stadlau||Am Mühlwasser||22|
Public swimming pools in the city map