Indoor Swimming Pools

Indoor Swimming Pools

Swimming is good for you, but it can also be enjoyable and relaxing. Whatever your age, and whether you want to swim lengths or simply splash around, Berlin's pools offer everything from diving boards and kids' slides to wave pools. Some of the city's swimming baths are historical attractions in their own right – the interior of the restored municipal swimming pool in Neukölln, for example, exudes all the charm of classical antiquity with its columns, mosaics and covered walkways.

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If anything is missing in Berlin, it's the sea. The river that runs through the city, the Spree, can only slightly make up for this lack. But kids love splashing around...
With the façade like that of an Italian Renaissance palace, the swimming pool at Baerwaldstraße 64-67 stands in the heart of Kreuzberg. Its glamour sets it apart from...
The Paracelsus Bad in Reinickendorf has had a stainless steel pool since the 80’s: a 25-metre pool with diving tower and a no swimming area. Swimming lessons and aqua...
The former Prussian military academy in Lichterfelde West became home to Adolf Hitler's personal bodyguard from 1933. A swimming pool was added to the barracks campus in...
With its opening in 1914, the public pool was already considered to be among Europe’s most beautiful pools. Today, with up to 10,000 daily guests, it is one the largest...
You can take a refreshing dip here, swim a few lengths or simply relax in the sauna. The swimming pool at Sewanstrasse has a wheelchair-accessible quiet room. The pool...
A sauna with two Finnish dry saunas, a sanarium, a Russian/Roman steamroom and a large fresh-air garden. There's a 25-metre pool with a 1m and 3m diving boards for water...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.