The Grand Duchy has a wide variety of indoor and outdoor water centers. Swimming pools in Luxembourg are popular both with locals and tourists. Understandably so, as they are a great way to spend time alone or with family and friends, to stay fit, or to relax after a busy work week. Meaning, it is simply made for everyone and anyone.
Address: Rue des Thermes, L-8018 Strassen. Phone: (+352) 27 03 00 27.
If you are craving a good swimming session, a relaxing spot, or are looking for a leisure time activity for children, you don’t have to think twice before visiting Les Thermes in the heart of Strassen. The entire huge water complex is under the roof, so you don’t have to wait for perfect weather conditions. Another thing you don’t need to worry about is the reservations for the center, as it requires none.
In Les Thermes, swimmers will find a 25-meter pool with a trampoline, and the relaxation fans can rest in the Jacuzzi, visit the sauna (there are 6 of them) or Turkish baths, and get a massage. For young swimmers, there is a children's pool. There are also learning, paddling, and an outdoor pool as well as a wave pool and 3 types of pool slides for those more adventurous.
The water temperature is kept at around 29°C, which is perfect for a refreshing swim.
If all the water activities and swimming increase your hunger whilst being in Les Thermes, you can restore your energy and find refreshments and snacks in the Snack Aquatic Centre.
The pool is open every day. On weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., on weekends and holidays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Entrance fees start at 2.5 euros for children and 7 euros for adults. There is also an option to buy group tickets. The prices also depend on the duration of your stay. One can get a day ticket or for a specific amount of hours. The prices and conditions of the swimming pool can be found on the website of Les Thermes. Keep in mind that there will be an extra charge of 1 euro per ticket if you are planning to visit over the weekends.
Even if you were looking to do something other than swim, Les Thermes offers a lot of activities and options. For instance, you can find an answer for pain relief and improving your cardiovascular health and respiratory function at Les Thermes’ Sauna and wellness center. And your choice doesn’t end just by choosing to opt for a sauna: you can choose from a variety of options, according to the right temperature, humidity, surroundings, and treatment that will be best for you.
The only thing you need to keep in mind is the dress code that all of the saunas have in common — you will need to wear a bathrobe. You can also rent one at the facility for a fee of only 6 euros (with a 50 euros deposit) or rent a towel for 4 euros (with a 15 euros deposit).
After relaxing in the SPA of your choice, you can enjoy a nice meal in the wellness lounge. You can check the menu and make sure you can find something fitting for your dietary wants and needs using Chef-MARS's suggestion.
The sauna has an entrance fee of 24.50 euros for adults and 18.50 euros for children/adolescents. Additionally, there is a special offer for ladies to have access to the sauna every Tuesday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for 19.50 euros, or 13.50 for children/adolescents.
|Lava-Infrared Cabin||Stimulates metabolism and eliminates toxins, and helps stay in shape||35-40°C|
|Wasserfall - Outdoor sauna||2 levels, an automatic "Aufguss" takes place three times an hour||85°C, the humidity of 20-25%|
|Salz - Outdoor sauna||Sea breeze on an ergonomic deck chair||55°C, the humidity of 40-45%|
|Stären– Hamam||Regeneration, essential oils of eucalyptus and mint for the lungs||42-45°C, 100% humidity|
|Kraider - Sauna||Natural herb and oil whose smell stimulates relaxation||80°C|
|Mound||Organic sauna||About 60°C, a humidity of 40%|
|Steng - Outdoor sauna||Originating from Finland, the outdoor sauna is a comfortable, relaxing option||90°C|
|Feier - Outdoor sauna||The aroma of wood and its pleasant crackling sound induce a sense of comfort, while the flickering flames of the fire aid in momentarily escaping the pressures of daily routine||80°C (currently closed)|
|Äerd - Outdoor sauna||This sauna on 3 levels has a . Natural aroma that stimulates circulation and gently supports the cleansing of the body||95°C, a humidity of 20-25%|
For those who want to elevate their exercising experience, Les Thermes offers a lot of classes one can sign up for and attend throughout the month. Zumba, cycling, or gym exercises all have a water version session and they can all be, along with other courses found in Les Thermes. A full set of possibilities is listed in the table below.
If any of the classes from the list sound too good not to try out, all you need to do is create your account and sign up for what suits you best.
|Aqua-drums||Training to the rhythm of drums|
|Aqua-Zumba||Zumba dance in water for improving physical performance and condition|
|Aqua-Circuit||Entertaining exercise practice with equipment such as bikes, dumbbells, elastics, trampolines|
|Aqua-Cycling||High-intensity workout combined with and following music|
|Aqua-Gym||Engaging in water-based exercises can improve endurance and strengthen the muscles.|
|Aqua-Fitness||Okeo Method includes intensified cardio, dynamic, musical water workouts|
|Private lessons (CP)||30-minute sessions for both children and adults|
|Aqua-Senior||Water rehabilitation, light on the joints and focus on mobilization and strengths|
|Aqua-Mini||From 3 months to 5 years old|
|Swimming lessons||Improve your swimming techniques or learn the technique from scratch altogether, for children from 5 to 10 years old|
If you are in need of some relaxation and pampering by trained and licensed beauty service professionals, Les Thermes has got you covered for that too. Their Beauty Stopover offers services like:
There is also an app and website, created by a Luxembourgish startup company, that aggregates the beauty procedures available in the Grand Duchy in one place. It provides reviews, beauty specialists, and online appointments. Salonkee service is widely used in the country and also by Les Thermes Beauty.
Les Thermes is not only children-friendly when it comes to offering everyday leisure time activities. The facility also offers an opportunity to celebrate a young one’s birthday in a unique and fun way.
There are 4 different options to choose from, including games in the aquatic center, kids' animation services, main course meals, and a cake of your choice.
You can get to Les Thermes fairly easily. The building of the facility alone is very interesting on its own, so once you spot eye-catching architecture in Strasseen, it means you are close.
If you are traveling by car on Highway E25/A6, take Exit No. 5, N34 «Luxembourg-Centre Bertrange», turn right and continue straight. Then, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit.
If you chose to take the bus, you should go for one of these two bus stops: Grand Duchess Charlotte / Barblé or Strassen / Les Thermes (buses 10, 16, 8, 801, 822, 824)
If while reading all that Les Thermes offers you have spotted something you know would make a lovely gift for your loved ones, you can also purchase various Gift vouchers and surprise someone with a nice relaxation gift!
Address: Sellaerstraat 42, 1820 Melsbroek. Phone: (+352) 02 759 81 96.
Another great water-based facility is Les Thermes in Beaufort. While this treatment center offers a wide variety of wellness options, it is also a place for swimming and enjoying water activities, all while having the amazing scenery of a 400-year-old castle next to it.
The center is not very child-friendly, moreover, children under 6 years old are not allowed to come to the SPA.
There are two areas in the facility:
Nude area, heated up to a temperature of between 50 and 90 °C:
For both people in swimwear and naken:
If you are struggling to decide and wish to go to both areas — no problem! As the tickets are valid for both and the prices start from 36.90 euros for a whole day on the weekdays. You can also get multi-visit passes for 10 visits for 325 euros.
The opening times for Les Thermes de Beaufort are Monday to Thursday10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday to Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 12 a.m., and on Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: 12 Rue des Bains, 1212 Luxembourg. Phone: (+352) 47 96 25 50.
The Badanstalt Aquatic Relaxation Centre offers a swimming pool in Luxembourg and sauna activities. If you are in need of more than just a swim, you can also find a sauna and a fitness room, as well as a place to refresh after in their shower rooms and baths. It is great for anyone looking for a swim, however, might not be the best option for families or children.
Swimming tickets start at the rate of 3.40 euros for adults, but you can also buy a bundle of 10 tickets for 30 euros if you are planning to make more frequent visits to the center. The same goes for children’s tickets — 1.70 euros for a single ticket and 15 euros for ten. Children under the age of 3 can access the pool free of charge.
The center is closed on Monday but is open every other day in the week from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Keep in mind the closing time is different on the weekend: 20:00 on Saturday and 12:00 on Sunday.
Address: Mondorf Demaine Thermal, Av. des Bains, 5610 Mondorf-les-Bains.
It is located near the French border, in the southeastern commune of Mondorf-les-Bains commune. Les Thermes Mondorf-les-Bains consist of both indoor and outdoor pools. Both pools are thermal, which are heated at 36°C.
It is great for people who want to enjoy wonderful and well-equipped SPA, wellness, and fitness facilities. There are group courses as well as programs for couples.
There are thermal pools, saunas, hammams, and Jacuzzis. To be more precise, there is:
It does not seem to be children-friendly as there are no slides and pools dedicated to a young audience.
For those, who got hungry during their time in Mondorf-les-Bains, three restaurants and a bar in the SPA center are open and providing meals, snacks and drinks.
Get to the train station. Take the bus line №413 (this is a regular route) and go to the stop «Casino 2000». It takes about 30 minutes to get there — Bus stop: Casino 2000
When coming from France on a personal car, use the A31 highway, direction Luxembourg A3. Then drive to Remich / Saarbrücken A13, and finally, you will reach exit №12 (Mondorf-les-Bains).
When coming with a personal car, use motorways A4 (direction Luxembourg) and A6 (direction Metz / Saarbrücken). Then follow the highway Remich / Saarbrücken — A13, and reach exit №12 (Mondorf-les-Bains).
Address: 2, rue Léon Hengen, L-1745 Luxembourg. Phone: (+352) 43 60 60 110.
The Aquatic Centre D’Coque in Luxembourg is a professional sports center made for everyone who loves all things fitness — they have climbing walls, training and running arenas, all the things athletes might need in the Grand Duchy. There are all kinds of ways to get your exercise in, including great swimming pool lanes, as well as water sports areas!
This water center includes:
All the swimming pools of this center are located indoors. Additionally, there is a sports and health pool, for those training more seriously.
The swimming/bathing cap is necessary on the territory of the Aquatic Center. You can either bring it with you or buy it at the reception.
Although it sounds like the pool is made for professional swimmers, d’Coque is actually children-friendly, as you can also find a paddling pool with games for children. But you are not allowed to leave your kids under the age of 10 without guidance and a parental figure.
The center is open every day of the week. On Monday, that is 12 p.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesday to Friday —8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday — 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Olimpic pools are open on the following schedule.
|Day of the week||25M Olympic Pool||50M Olympic Pool|
|Monday||12 p.m. — 2 p.m. 4 p.m. — 10 p.m.||12 p.m. — 2 p.m. 4 p.m. — 10 p.m.|
|Tuesday to Friday||7 a.m. — 8 a.m. 12 p.m. — 2 p.m. 4 p.m. — 10 p.m.||7 a.m. — 8 a.m. 12 p.m. — 2 p.m. 4 p.m. — 10 p.m.|
|Saturday and Sunday||—||According to the open hours of the center|
The prices for accessing pools vary, as you can choose to get an annual plan for 1 year, 6 or 3 months, or you can settle for an individual ticket.
For those who want to elevate their exercising experience, D'Coque offers a lot of classes one can sign up for and attend throughout the month.
|Aqua-fit||Active exercises in the water with lively music||12,30 euros|
|Aqua-bike||Underwater cycling exercise (special shoes required)||15,40 euros|
|Aqua-jogging||Running in the water - cardio without stress on the joints||12,30 euros|
|Aqua-cirquit||Training on water trampolines with very fun jumps||12,30 euros|
Besides a variety of water activities for kids, the swimming pool offers learning classes for children of two age groups.
Babies will learn mobility through a variety of games and exercises. The class is held in a pool with a water temperature of 32°C.
The learning process begins with an introduction to swimming and with some practice your kid can get the gold certificate of Luxemburger Schwimmpass.
Address: 30, rue Sigismond, L-2537 Luxembourg. Phone: (+352) 4796-3471.
Another swimming pool is located not far from the city center, in the Bonnevoie district. It is suitable for the whole family, as it includes a few pools and a sauna to warm up after the water activities.
There is one big and one small pool that goes into more depth the further you swim, varying from between 1.80 m and 3.80 m and a smaller one between 0.65 m and 1.25 m. You can count on some refreshments from the cafeteria if you get peckish after working out or take a break in their sauna or solarium.
The pool is closed on Wednesday but remains open Monday, Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from 6:45 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The time for a small pool is different because there are classes that are held there, and can be specified on the website if you intend to access the pool.
The entrance ticket costs 3.40 euros for adults and 1.70 euros for children from 3 years old. You can also buy an abonnement of 10 tickets for 30 euros (15 euros for kids). See the table below for more details.
|Age||Single ticket price||10 tickets offer|
|Adults (from 15 years old)||3,40 euros||30 euros|
|Kids (from 3 years old)||1,70 euros||15 euros|
|Children from up to 3 years old||Free of charge||—|
Address: 14 Rue d'Ostende, 2271 Luxembourg. Phone: (+352) 4796-4982.
You have probably passed the bus stop of Belair when driving around the city of Luxembourg or it may have even been your destination. Regardless, you might want to visit it again if you are interested in spending a little bit of time in the water — a great swimming pool is waiting for you there.
It is suitable for those who like to swim, and for beginners who want to improve their techniques.
This is a large L-shaped pool, located in the heart of Luxembourg. The longer section of the pool is reserved for experienced swimmers. It is 2 meters deep and 25 meters long. The shorter section is the beginner's area. It has an adjustable depth of between 0.83 meters and 1.08 meters and is 15.5 meters long. The pool is 12.5 meters wide.
The pool is closed during the week, but it is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sundays. For more information on specific times that suit you, be sure to check the website of the Belair pool.
|Age||Single ticket price||10 tickets offer|
|Adults (from 15 years old)||3,40 euros||30 euros|
|Kids (from 3 years old)||1,70 euros||15 euros|
|Children from up to 3 years old||Free of charge||—|
Address: 3, Routscheed, L-6939 Niederanven. Phone: (+352) 34 93 63 1.
Located a little northeast of Luxembourg City Centre, in the commune of Niederanven, you can find Syrdall Schwemm. The center offers water activities, as well as relaxing sauna opportunities, a great bistro offering, and a beauty & spa area.
They have both a swimming and leisure pool, so you can get a dose of exercise and relaxation in one place. Additionally, they have a baby pool and a waterslide for children, and an outside pool for nice, sunny days. Thus, it is perfect for families with children. Check out a virtual tour for more detail.
The water temperature is kept at about 30°C, which is ideal for a relaxing swim.
The pool is open every day of the week from 07 a.m. to 10 p.m., with limitations of availability on Monday and the Weekend. For more detail, as well as detail on opening hours for the sauna and the timings of the swimming lessons look at the table below.
Syrdall Schwemm also offers a variety of aqua lessons for those who want to so dome fitness in any age and type of activity. Also, baby-swim classes are organized by the facility, so there are really no age limits when it comes to visiting these pools.
There are a lot of things to do for children too. If you wish to celebrate a children’s birthday underwater, Syrdall Schwemm has a solution for such wishes too.
Prices range from 5 euros for 1.5 hours, 7 euros for 3 hours, and 9 euros for the whole day, making it a very affordable activity to opt for. Also, there are options for an evening swim as well as various types of subscriptions.
Address: 1 Pl. of the Sacrificed1940-1945, 4115 Esch-sur-Alzette. Phone: (+352) 27 54 72 00.
You will find an indoor swimming pool and an outdoor pool. It can be accessed through the indoor pool, as well as a paddling pool and even a slide for the younger audience attending the facility. Therefore, there is something for everyone, no matter if you are looking to stay active or relax and no matter your age.
The water temperature is kept at about 30-31°C.
Opening times for during the school year are Monday 12:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 21:45, Tuesday and Thursday 07:00 to 08:00 and 12:00 to 21:45, Wednesday and Friday 07:00 to 08:00 12:00 to 14:00 pm and 16:00 to 21:45, Saturday 08:00 to 17:45 and Sunday 08:00 to 17:45. For more detail on opening times, visit their website.
Address: 28, rue de la Piscine, L-8502 Redange-sur-Attert. Phone: (+352) 23 62 00 32-1.
Located in Redange or Redange-sur-Attert commune, the Reidener Schwemm swimming pool is yet another water resort that residents and guests of the country can enjoy.
Swimming pool rates range from 5 euros for 1 hour for adults to 10.50 euros for the whole day. There are discounted price offers for groups, members of the commune, students, or the elderly.
The pool area is open every day from 12 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with small gaps in time on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. For the weekend, the pool is open from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on every Saturday and from 09 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.
Address: A. 37, rue des Prés, L-7246 Helmsange, Walferdange. Phone: (+352) 33 91 72 1.
In the commune of Walferdange, city of Petange, the Pidal swimming center is offering fitness, SPA and a pool, along with great culinary and cuisine experience. It is ideal for those who want to swim in a modern and spacious environment.
For those craving an exercise swim, a 25 x 12.5 meters pool, as well as the 11 x 11 meters pool can be found.
The water temperature is kept at about 29°C, perfect for a refreshing swim.
The pool area is open every day with specific hours for school holidays and school periods. Opening hours for every day, as well as some dates in 2023 that the pool is not open to keep in mind, can all be found using this table.
This center also has a non-swim area with a playground and a paddling pool, so those visiting with children can carelessly enjoy their swimming. There is also a good offer to organize a birthday party or a celebration at the facility.
Additionally, there are aqua gym classes and group lessons, as well as a possibility to organize a birthday party or a celebration at the facility.
|Aqua-Fit||Suitable for all ages and all fitness levels||69.4 euros|
|Aqua-Light||Suitable for all ages and all fitness levels||69.4 euros|
|MS Aquagym||Course reserved for people with multiple sclerosis||—|
|Aqua-Summer||Suitable for all ages and all fitness levels||39.66 euros|
They also have an ice water fountain! Using contrast water after the visit to the sauna is very healthy — it stimulates blood circulation, strengthens the immune system and helps the skin. Though, it's not for everyone.
You can check the menu before the visit and make sure you can find something for your dietary wants and needs with PIDAL restaurant's suggestion.
Adults can enjoy a swim for a rate of 5.50 euros, children up to 12 years old — for 3 euros, and those under 4 years old can come free of charge. Students have a discounted price of 4 euros as well as those who are older than 60 years for the same discounted price. For more prices regarding the fitness and sauna visit the website.
Address: Rue de l'école, L-7730 Colmar-Ber. Phone: (+352) 835 543 342.
In the heart of Colmar-Berg neighborhood, you will find a great option for enjoying a swim in Den Nordpool. The colorful and warm indoor swimming area is first of all great for kids. The center provides a lot of classes and personal instructors for young swimmers.
This center may be the best for younger audiences looking for a fun way to spend their day. Along with swimming courses for children, it offers a 10% discount for families or groups of 10 people. It has a few interesting activities, like slides and pool fountains.
While the cost of a first hour for children between the ages of 5 and 14 is only 2 euros, every additional hour will cost you 1 euro. For people from the age of 15 visiting the pool, the first hour starts at 4 euros per person, and every additional hour also costs only 1 euro more. The course of swimming lessons will cost 100 euros for a trimester.
The center is closed every Monday on a usual schedule, but overall it welcomes visitors every other day. It is open from 12 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. during the week and only a bit shorter — until 6 p.m. during the weekend. Keep in mind it opens earlier on a Sunday, at 8 o'clock in the morning, so you can start your fun early in the day.
Address: 1A, Parc, 9836 Hosingen. Phone: (+352) 245-199-00.
In the commune of Parc Hosingen awaits a park for all swimming lovers. AquaNat’Our prides itself in offering various activities and has something for everyone — no matter the age.
There is a swimming pool for those already skilled, and a learning swimming pool for those who will soon become just as good! There are courses for taking swimming lessons and a sauna. In the summertime, visitors can enjoy an outdoor area in the sun.
The red slide of the area needs to be mentioned especially, as it is one of the favorites amongst younger visitors of the center!
The entrance fee starts off at 6.50 euros for 2 hours for adults and it varies depending on the length of your stay. For everyone between the ages of 6 and 16, the price starts at 4 euros for 2 hours and fluctuates the same. For more information on ticket admission visit the website.
The center for swimming is open every day, Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., and on Sundays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Other opening hours and information can be found on the website.
Address: 1, rue Jeannot Kremer, L-4671 Oberkorn, Luxembourg. Phone: (+352) 273 283 - 1.
Aquasud is another water park worth your visit. It is located in the southwestern part of Luxembourg in the Differdange commune. The aquatic area includes nine
There are great indoor options, such as a 25 meters sports pool, hydromassage nozzles, a wild river, a learning pool with a moving floor, and even a giant slide. It is suitable for all ages and for all levels of skills.
The indoor pool is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, it is open from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The outdoor facilities include 33 meters sports pool, a 21 meters leisure pool, a paddling pool, a big water slide, a lagoon, and 2000 m² of mineral beaches and green spaces.
The basic entrance fee is 6 euros per person. Children under 4 years of age have free entry. While young people under 16 years old, people above 65 years old, and students who are under 27 years old, have a reduced entry fee of 5 euros.
This water center provides a great number of activities to take part in — suitable for the youngest visitors, as well as for people who just want to relax, or even work out sessions underwater.
Address: 10, rue J.H. Polk, L-3275 Bettembourg. Phone: (+352) 26 52 95 - 1.
Located in Bettembourg, this swimming center — An der Schwemm — is an excellent option for swimming, as well as a child-friendly and family resort for those wanting to visit with their kids. It has a swimming pool and a children’s pool with a slide for younger ones to have fun.
The swimming pool also offers swimming courses for those who want to learn how to swim, as well as fitness classes and classes for the elderly. The enrollment form and other details are available on the website.
The pool is open during the school holidays: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. While school is on, the opening time is different every day, starting around 12 p.m. and until 10 p.m. with some pauses.
Prices for children and youths are 2,30 euros for 1.5 hours and additional 50 cents for any hour on top of that. Prices for adults are 4,5 euros for 1.5 hours and additional 50 cents for any hour on top of that.
Address: 6, Place du Marché, L-6755 Grevenmacher. Phone: (+352) 75 03 11-1.
If you would like to soak in some sun while getting your daily swim, you can visit the Grevenmacher swimming pool, located just on the borders of Luxembourg and Germany. It is an open outdoor swimming pool, that has and adaptable depth and professional swimming lanes, as well as a place for relaxing swims.
Since it is an only outdoor pool, it is not open for the whole year but opens from May to September from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. from 1st June to 31st July from 10 a.m. to 8 pm.
For adults, the price for a single ticket is 7 euros. Children under the age of 18 and students swim for 4 euros. You can also buy a bundle of 10 tickets for 45 euros for adults. The same bundle will cost 23 euros for students and underaged swimmers. Moreover, you can get monthly and seasonal subscriptions as well: prices range from 30 to 100 euros. You can find out more about the pricing on their website.
Address: Route du Vin, 5576 Remich. Phone: (+352) 23 69 81 11.
Another great option for an outdoor pool awaits in Remich. It is an ideal place for a whole family to have some fun on a hot summer day, as it has something for everyone: a small pool for the youngest, a waterslide and springboards for those a bit older and swimming area for adults. There is also a chance to buy something in a small shop and enjoy it on the terrace.
The outdoor pool starts off its opening season usually in May and closes around mid-September. However, keep in mind that it will be exceptionally closed for a few days on June — 16, 17 and 18. The pool in Remich is open every day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Entry prices range from 4 to 7 euros for daily tickets, while it is also possible to get weekly pass tickets or tickets valid for a full month or season. Prices for the abonnement for a whole season will cost adults 100 euros, and 50 euros for people younger than 18.
Address: 14, rue de la Piscine, L-7572 Mersch. Phone: (+352) 32 50 23 823.
Another great swimming pool can be found in Mersch commune. Krounebierg in Merch has both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as a fun slide and a diving tower to win over the hearts of young visitors. It is suitable for the whole family and provides the commune with a leisure activity.
You can focus on exercise in the swimming pool with the adaptable depth suitable for people ranging from youngest to oldest, as well as get relaxation treatments in their wellness center.
The comfortable temperature of the water is kept at around 30 to 35°C.
The pool works on a different schedule according to the classes and public timetable. It can be partially occupied sometimes, so it is best to check the time using the table from the official website below.
The prices can vary depending on the age and time, that you want to attend the swimming pool. But overall, prices are not too much for ordinary swims. Visitors can also enjoy swimming lessons for as little as 13,5 euros for one class, or 105 euros for a trimester of classes.
|Age||1-hour ticket||3 hours ticket||Daily ticket|
|Adults||5 euros||6,5 euros||8 euros|
|Kids (4 to 14 years)||3 euros||4,5 euros||5,5 euros|
|0 to 4 years old||Free||Free||Free|
There are 2 bus stops available near the aquatic center to reach it:
Of course, not all of Luxembourg's swimming pools are mentioned here. However, in this great variety, you can definitely find the right aquatic center to relax and swim.
Luxembourg offers a number of pools and swimming centres in its city centre, as well as around the country. Some of the most popular places swimming pool luxembourg are
Les Thermes, An der Schwemm, Badanstalt, D’Coque, Escher Schwemm, Reidener Schwemm and many more.
Children's swimming lessons can be found in Syrdall Schwemm, Pidal, Les Thermes Strassen, and AquaNat'Our. Their instructors are professionally working with kids. You can contact these swimming pools directly to find out all the needed information and requirements. Also, commune swimming pools also provide lessons for smaller prices.
Luxembourg has a wide variety of options for those craving an outdoor swim. You can choose between swimming centers that have outdoor options, or seasonally opened, fully outdoor pools. Some of the most popular ones include Réidener Schwemm, Mondorf-les-Bains, AquaNat'Our, Aquasud, Grevenmacher Swimming Pool, Outdoor Pool Mersch, Remich Swimming Pool.