Friedrichsbad

Your first visit

Friedrichsbad

May I take photographs?

You are more than welcome to record your visit to us by taking pictures of yourself and your loved ones. In view of other visitors, however, it is not allowed to take pictures in the nudist area. In order to enjoy 100% relaxation and to successfully top up your energy reserves, mobile phones should be set to silent mode or ideally left at home.

What effects does the thermal water have?

Baden-Baden's thermal water rises from a depth of 2000 metres and thanks to being highly mineralised, with approx. 3000 milligrams of minerals per litre, it ranks among Germany's top mineral-rich waters. With temperatures of between 32° and 68°C, it regenerates and stimulates the entire body enhancing your wellbeing and aiding relaxation.

Are there additional offers?

The Friedrichsbad can be ideally combined with a training session in the ArenaVita Premium Fitness Club or with the beauty and wellness treatments in the CaraVitalis.

Are there any restaurants?

In the Friedrichsbad a selection of drinks are available to you. You can also treat your taste buds in our SpaRestaurant (in the Caracalla Spa building).

Can I bring my child with me?

Children younger than 14 years of age are not allowed in the Friedrichsbad.

We offer a childcare service in the Caracalla Spa building (3rd floor) with trained personnel for children of 18 months and over. Here, your children can play and try out the various toys and games with others.

What do I have to bring along?

You don't need a big bag for a visit in the Friedrichsbad. It's a nudist bath. Therefore you don't need to bring any bathing clothes.

We provide you with towels and bathing shoes. Furthermore, our showers are equipped with soap dispensers and at station 15 you can chose between different moisturising creams. Hairdryers are also provided.

Where can I park?

There is an underground car park with 250 spaces underneath the Caracalla Spa. Users of our facilities pay a reduced rate of €0.50 per hour for the first two hours. Each further hour costs €1. VIP customers and ArenaVita members park free of charge for the first three hours when using our facilities. Discounts are booked directly from the chip.

Visitors to Baden-Baden with camper vans can make use of the local authority-run camper van site. By means of public transport (bus route 201 from the Wörthstrasse bus stop), you will be able to reach the Caracalla Spa or Friedrichsbad in a matter of minutes.

How do I get to the Friedrichsbad?

The Friedrichsbad is located in the heart of Baden-Baden at Römerplatz 1.

By car
Take the A5 motorway exit to Baden-Baden / then the B500 road direction to Baden-Baden / follow the blue spa signs / At the traffic light in front of "Festspielhaus" (theatre) you turn left and follow the road / When you drove through the "Schlossbergtunnel" (tunnel) turn right into the Rotenbachtalstraße / The access to the parking garage "Bädergarage" with 250 spaces resides at the right site and directly underneath the Caracalla Spa and Friedrichsbad.
Important: If you are using a SAT NAV to help find your way to us, please enter "Rotenbachtalstrasse 4, 76530 Baden-Baden" as your destination and then follow the signs to the "Bädergarage" parking garage.

On foot
Start at Leopoldsplatz (main town square in Baden-Baden) / go down Sophienstraße (street) / Caracalla Spa and Friedrichsbad are about 500 meters down the street on the left-hand side. The Friedrichsbad is 50 meters on the left-hand site.

By train
ICE/EC/IR (intercity) trains and all regional trains stop at Baden-Baden railway station. The main routes are Basel/Hamburg, Basel/Rhineland, Basel/Berlin and Paris/Vienna via Stuttgart and Munich. Buses travel regularly from the railway station to the town centre. Bus route 205 will bring you directly to the Caracalla Spa (and only 2 minutes by foot to the Friedrichsbad), while routes 201 and 216 will bring you to the nearby Leopoldsplatz square.

Do men and women bathe separately?

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, public holidays and on 14th Feb, men and women use all of the 17 bathing stations together. On all other days bathing is separate.

On these days men and women meet in the middle in the Friedrichsbad's impressive domed hall.

Ist das Friedrichsbad ein Nacktbad?

Yes, in the Friedrichsbad you bathe without clothes. Therefore healthy bathing is guaranteed.

What type of admission tickets are there?

BASIC - Single admission ticket without soap & brush massage, 3 hours: €25
WELLNESS - Single admission ticket with soap & brush massage 3.5 hours: €37
LUXURY - Single admission ticket with soap & brush massage and cream massage: €49
LUXURY PLUS - Single admission ticket with soap & brush massage and cream massage, meal and a drink: €59

What are the opening times of the Friedrichsbad?

Monday - Sunday 9am to 10pm, admission until 8pm.
Closed on 24/25 December
31 December 9am - 8pm, admission until 6pm.