Schwimmsport­komplex Frei­berger Platz
Frei­berger Platz 1a
01067 Dresden

Phone: 0351 – 484 191 50

from Sep­tember 27th 2024

Fin­nish sauna

The Fin­nish sauna is the classic. Proven for cen­tu­ries, it relies on drier heat. Here you sweat at a room tem­pe­ra­ture of up to 90 °C. The air humi­dity, on the other hand, is very low at 10 to 30 per­cent. Our sauna mas­ters pro­vide hourly infu­sions for addi­tional sti­mu­la­tion. Visit the Fin­nish sauna regu­larly, streng­then your immune system and train your heart and circulation!

Steam bath

With our steam bath we offer you a more gentle sauna variant. The tem­pe­ra­ture here is only 40 to 45 °C, but the air humi­dity rea­ches up to 100 per­cent. Many people find it much more plea­sant in a steam bath than in a classic sauna. On the one hand, the tem­pe­ra­ture is not as high, on the other hand, a steam bath has num­e­rous posi­tive effects on your health. If you have rheu­matic com­plaints or a cold, you will find the cli­mate par­ti­cu­larly plea­sant and rela­xing. Your skin and hair as well as your respi­ra­tory organs can also recover par­ti­cu­larly well under these con­di­tions. The steam bath also loo­sens cramped mus­cles and calms your nerves.


If you don’t want to strain your cir­cu­la­tion too much, but want to relax more and feel good, our sana­rium is the right place for you. The tem­pe­ra­ture is com­pa­ra­tively low at 55 to 65 °C. The humi­dity rea­ches up to 60 per­cent and is the­r­e­fore rela­tively high. This creates a cli­mate that is par­ti­cu­larly gentle and low on irrit­ants. You can the­r­e­fore extend your sauna ses­sion in the sana­rium, whe­ther lying down or sit­ting down.

Garden house sauna

In one of the sauna gar­dens of the swim­ming com­plex there is an out­door sauna in garden house style. With a view of the land­scaped gar­dens, you can sweat in the sauna at drier tem­pe­ra­tures and up to 90 °C, just like in a Fin­nish sauna.

Ice foun­tain and rest

In addi­tion to various coo­ling showers typical of saunas, some­thing spe­cial is wai­ting for you after the sweat bath for shock-free­zing. Visi­tors lay fresh ice from a well directly on their skin — this makes for a ting­ling expe­ri­ence. Those who wish can also step into a plunge pool or boost their cir­cu­la­tion in foot basins. Out­side there is also a Kneipp course for bare­foot people. The guests rech­arge on the com­for­table loun­gers in the large rela­xa­tion room, where they can also read. The chic bar offers refres­hing drinks.



Schwimmsport­komplex Frei­berger Platz
Frei­berger Platz 1a
01067 Dresden

Phone: 0351 – 484 191 50

Fin­nish sauna
steam bath
bio sauna/sanarium
out­door area
rela­xa­tion room
plunge pool
ice foun­tain
indoor swim­ming pool
online ticket
bicycle par­king spaces
pool shop
Basic ticket (2 h)18,00 €17,00 €9,00 €

We recom­ment to buy tickets online. Tickets are also available on the box office.

The 2‑h-ticket is the basic tariff. You can fle­xibly extend your stay. Simply pay at the machine when you leave the bath:

  • for the first hour 3,00 € (adults/concessions) or 1,50 € (children)
  • each addi­tional time limit max. 6,00 € (adults/concessions) or 3,00 € (children)

Admis­sion tickets entitle the holder to one entry.

The admis­sion fee includes the use of the indoor and out­door swim­ming pool in the summer months.

1 Per­sons with a severe disa­bi­lity of 50 degree of disa­bi­lity or more (only with proof of disa­bi­lity), per­sons with a Dresden Pass or Vol­un­teer Pass of the Dresden Citi­zens’ Foun­da­tion receive the reduc­tion only on single admissions.

2 dis­count: Children and ado­le­s­cents up to 17 years of age (upon proof); Children up to 1 meter tall have free admission.

With the purchase of the “Dresdner Bäder” advan­tage ticket/bonus ticket (min. 50,00 €), you save 10 % on entry for every pool or sauna visit (also valid for com­ple­mented tickets/extra services).

You can buy vou­chers in our web­shop or directly in the swim­ming pool.

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