Here, Baden's thermal water bubbles visibly to the surface.
What has been hidden for a long time is finally visible again: Baden's thermal water. The thermal water that represents Baden's origins and the birthplace of Baden's spirit. It is flowing powerfully out of the Limmat spring.
The redesigned spring pavilion encloses the only visible spring fountain in the public area. This bubbling fountain stands symbolically for the reawakening of the baths.
The baths look back on an impressive past rich in tradition. With the FORTYSEVEN wellness spa and the renovation of the baths, the entire area shines again in new splendour.
You would like to experience the thermal water yourself, then bathe in the hot thermal fountains, which are open to the public and free of charge.
At a total of eleven thematic information boards in the Baden and Ennetbaden spa area, you can immerse yourself in the cultural heritage of the city of Baden and learn more about the 2000-year spa history.
Once you arrive at the station, follow the signs to Unterer Bahnhofplatz. From Unterer Bahnhofplatz you can take the lift or the stairs down to the Limmat Promenade. From there, the spring of the Limmat is only a few minutes' walk away, near the Kurplatz.