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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Reumannplatz 23, 10th District
Vienna (Wien), Vienna 1100
(01) 607 4747

Adult Admission Price & Policy

€3.00. [May, 2020]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
33⅓m x 12.5m, 5 lanes, 1.25m - 4.85m depth, indoors, 27º - 28ºC (81º - 82ºF).
Pool 2
25m x 10m, 5 lanes, indoors, water temperature not reported.
1m and 3m boards; 5m, 7.5m, and 10m platforms.


Just a few minutes from the large hotels on the Ring by subway and close to a station.
48.17426, 16.37929

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
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Youth Swim
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Water Polo
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Facility Notes

The facility was built in 1923 - 1926 and featured the main, 33m, Art Deco pool.
The 25m pool, one floor below the Art Deco main pool, was added during renovations that were completed in 1986. The 25m pool is reserved for team training; it is open to the public only on Sundays.
Summertime visitors to the area may be interested in knowing about the 50m, 6 lane, outdoor, seasonal Laaerbergbad, which can be found 2.1 km to the south, HERE

Facility Reviews

The architecture is stunning.
No lane lines made lap swimming difficult.
Architecturally interesting, but smelled of cigarette smoke from the café.
The lack of lane lines made lap swimming a contact sport.
Score: 4 on a scale of 10. There's no time when you can swim laps comfortably. Scores 4 because it has water.
Definitely a breast-stroker’s pool, it's difficult to swim in a straight line without bumping into someone. If you keep an eye out it's possible to manage a crawl session.
You're in a pool; make the most of it despite the crowded conditons and disinterested breast strokers.
[April, 2014]
Pool 2 is everything Pool 1 is not. Set for laps it has lane lines, trained swimmers, and is properly T marked at the end of lanes.
[May, 2014]