The healing properties of the twelve thermal springs have been discorvered 2000 years ago - today they serve as exclusive spa experience in the modern Caracalla Spa.
The Romans discovered the healing properties of the twelve thermal springs and built the first thermal paths in Baden-Baden 2000 years ago. 800,000 litres of water a day spring up from a depth of 2,000 metres to the modern Caracalla Spa, offering visitors from around the world an exclusive spa experience. There are a range of pools at the Caracalla Spa, with temperatures between 18° C and 38° C, which are perfect for a nice long bathing session in the beneficial thermal waters. As well as the attractive bathing pools, there is much more for visitors to enjoy in the extensive indoor area, including a rock grotto with hot and cold water, a relaxing aromatic steam bath, and a salt water inhalation room. In the large outdoor area there are two marble pools, a current channel, two whirlpools and a large grass sunbathing area with sun loungers. The outdoor pools are a special highlight in winter.