In addition to the sauna world, there are 25 outdoor and indoor pools, a fitness center and a five-hectare park at the Terme Merano. The outdoor area is open annually from 15 May. The thermal water is collected in a 1,200 meter long gallery on the Vigiljoch mountain near Lana.
Our tip for summer:
lie back in the park, as there is usually not much going on and you can enjoy your visit that much more. And for a bit of time for two, there is an on-site nursery.
By the way, Merano’s Thermal Baths with its large, elegant building stands in the middle of the spa town, which is unique for a spa facility. A visit can therefore be combined well with a stroll through the city
or in winter with a visit to the famous Merano Christmas Market
Special tip: visit Terme Merano in winter when it is dark. Buy a three-hour ticket and enjoy the sauna and pools under the stars.
The Thermal Baths are also good for a more spontaneous visit, because in the on-site shop you will find everything (and really everything) that you need for a sauna visit: towels and bathrobe, soap or shower gel and flip-flops.