Sauna in Munich: offers and events
The sauna offer in Munich provides a lot of variety. Here you can find all the information and tips on saunas.
Four saunas open in Munich
The saunas in the Olympia-Schwimmhalle, Nordbad, Südbad and Müller'schen Volksbad are open during regular opening hours.
- The other saunas at the Dantebad, Prinzregentenbad (out of service due to fire), Michaelibad, Bad Forstenrieder Park, Cosimabad and Westbad locations will remain closed over the fall and winter.
- In the Westbad, where the sauna area is regularly included in the admission price, the reduced prices therefore continue to apply (normal price 6 euros, reduction group A: 4 euros).
- All indoor pools remain open. The temperature in the indoor pools remains unchanged at 26 to 28 degrees in the swimmers' pools and 28 degrees in the teaching pools.
SWM - Sauna Locations
Taking a sauna is healthy: the metabolism gets going, the body's defenses are strengthened and the body's organ systems are stimulated. These 10 Munich SWM pools have a sauna area for relaxation (all links in German):
Salt and honey treatment and massage: soothing for the mind and soul
To make the sauna visit a real experience, massages are a great way to feel soothed. A wholesome massage between two sauna sessions or at the end of a visit to the sauna is the perfect way to relax body, mind and soul.
Many of Munich's M-Bäder offer different types of massages, which are performed exclusively by experts.
Those who attach particular importance to the care of the skin when visiting the sauna can support this by applying salt and honey. To do this, apply salt or honey to the skin before going to the sauna. In the steam bath the pores are opened by the heat. This provides a deep cleansing effect on the skin.
These treatments are offered daily in the steam baths of Munich's saunas.
Sauna services for women
For all women who prefer to keep to themselves when bathing and taking a sauna, the sauna facilities in Munich offer special ladies' sauna dates.
Depending on the pool and sauna landscape, mothers can also bring their children along on ladies' days. However, you should find out about this in advance.
Health, relaxation and more: 4 reasons for a visit to the sauna
- Taking a sauna keeps colds at bay: A little heat like this followed by a cold shock has the best effect on blood circulation - and thus positively on the metabolism. Your body purifies nowhere better than in the sauna.
- The sauna is perfect against the blues: When it's cold outside, a sauna session does you a world of good. Even the Dude knows in Big Lebowski that the bathrobe is the dress code of the deeply relaxed - so dig out the robe and treat yourself to a few infusions.
- A sauna session is an ideal reward for the mind and muscles: Everyone knows those little deals you use to motivate yourself: After cleaning up, there's the chocolate - and after the laps, the sauna awaits. The good conscience of having done something for the body makes for even more satisfied relaxation - and the heat is good for the muscles anyway.
- Relaxation at any time of day: Whether you want to get your circulation going in the morning, wind down at the end of the day or relax before going to the movies - in Munich you're guaranteed to find a sauna for any time of day. Many saunas are open between 7:30 am and 11 pm.