ErlebnisBadewelt Burghausen [50m pool closed from April 20 to mid-September, 2019]

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
ErlebnisBadewelt Burghausen [50m pool closed from April 20 to mid-September, 2019]
Franz-Alexander-Straße 25
Burghausen, Bavaria 84489
(08677) 91400

Adult Admission Price & Policy

1½ hours €4.50*; 3 hours €5.50*; day pass €8.00. *Add €0.50 for each additional ½ hour begun. [April, 2019]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 8 lanes, 1.25m - 1.8m depth , indoors , 28ºC (82ºF)
Two 1m diving boards, one 3m diving board, one 3m diving platform, and one 5m diving platform at a separate, 4m depth diving tank.


48.179270, 12.838527

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

The 50 meter pool is called the Georg-Miesgang-Hallenbad. It is one of several pools at this facility, which includes an adventure pool, a brine pool, a diving pool, and a paddling pool.
Summertime visitors to Burghausen may wish to experience the Wöhrseebad about which a regular correspondent wrote: "There is a summer swimming area beneath the old castle/fortress and one can swim 1km straight and still have the fortress in view. It is the longest such fortress in the world. There is a public swim area for €2.50 and a bit further down you can just jump in for free. But there are no lockers or change area." See it on a Map HERE.
A more conventional outdoor, seasonal, 50 metre, 8 lane, outdoor pool is located just 150 metres from the ErlebnisBadewelt Burghausen / Georg-Miesgang-Hallenbad. It's the Freibad Burghausen.

Facility Reviews

I highly recommend the Georg-Miesgang-Hallenbad - there are always two lanes set aside for lap swimming (50m) and they are clearly marked for lap swimming only. The swimmers here know how to circle-swim and the lanes are open for lap swimming all day,from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Additionally, after your workout you can relax in the sauna, steam room, or outdoor warm salt water pool and allow the high-pressure water jets to massage your tired muscles. There is also a restaurant in the wellness area.