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Interesting Experience and Ideal Location

When we visited the Thermalbank, it happened to be an extremely hot day (97 degree F) so the feet... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
Callie646
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SIMPSONVILLE
Relax admiring the Limmer River

Take your shoes and sock off- listen and breath the Alpine air and mist of the Limmer River and... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2016
ranaqueretana
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queretaro
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21 Jan 2018
“Cold :-(”
23 May 2017
“Relaxing”
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The Thermalbank, an eight-metre-long foot bath filled with thermal water, allows everyone to experience the richest thermal mineral water in Switzerland for free. The Heisser Stein thermal spring, one of 18 thermal springs in the Baden area...more
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Bahnhofplatz 1, Baden 5400, Switzerland
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+41 56 200 87 87
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Reviewed 21 January 2018 via mobile

Water was cold. No indication why or when it would be worm. We made a daytrip expecting to warm up in the bank and what a disappointment...

Thank Jörg L
Reviewed 23 May 2017

The Thermalbank should be visited in Baden. It is free. It is situated along the Limmat river. You can put your feet in the hot water and enjoy the river. It is very soothing and relaxing.

Thank Kumkumjaipur
Reviewed 16 May 2017

When we visited the Thermalbank, it happened to be an extremely hot day (97 degree F) so the feet did not enjoy the heat but the days of walking did allow the feet to deserve a break. It's pretty surprising to get to experience this...More

Thank Callie646
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Sitting by the Limmat with your feet in warm warm water is a great way to relax. A hot coffee in cold winter air with snow around is a surreal experience. Bring a towel to dry your feet and to put on the bench in...More

Thank Hendrik D
Reviewed 10 December 2016

Take your shoes and sock off- listen and breath the Alpine air and mist of the Limmer River and enjoy your self or your mate company! Perfect spot to release anxieties and frustrations- feel treated and special...worth to stop by and try it!

Thank ranaqueretana
Reviewed 10 November 2016

So each evening after a day of sightseeing/touring...we would head there after dinner. It was so pleasant...your feet being in the warm mineral water, while listening to and watching the river flow by....So relaxing to be with your loved one, sometimes locals on their way...More

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Reviewed 20 October 2016

The thermal bank is a very nice quit place to relax. At the same time you can give your feet the treatment they deserve. I can recommend the thermal bank to everybody....mmmmmmmm

Thank Leon W
Reviewed 25 September 2016

I like to stop by at the end (or middle) of a walk or bike ride and just soak my feet a bit. A nice quick way to enjoy the thermal water year round, without having to take the time, swim suit and money for...More

Thank Esther E
Reviewed 13 September 2016

two years ago the famouns Baden termal bath was closed. Sometime afterwards this Thermalbank was installed to keep up the memories to the bath. Good: the smell of the water Good: the view of the river and the hills Good: it is free Everything else?

Thank hein2000
Reviewed 13 September 2016

This hot spring bath is an amazing place. It is on the Limmat river and is a free spring place for everyone. You can put your feet in the water and enjoy.

Thank KumkumSrivastava
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