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Bad am Spreewaldplatz
Wiener Str. 59H, 10999 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 69 53 52 10, Fax: no fax | U1,U15 Görlitzer Bahnhof; Bus 129 | Pool times: Mon 2pm-5pm (women 5-10pm), Tues-Fri 7am-10pm, Sat/Sun 11am-8pm | Prices: I hour DM6 (red. DM4), 3 hours DM8 (red. DM5), Day ticket DM10 (DM7) | Sauna times: (women) Mon 2-5pm, Tues, Thurs 9am-9,30pm; (men) Wed 9am-9.30pm; (mixed) Mon 5-9.30pm, Fri 9am-9.30pm, Sat/Sun 11am-7.30pm | Prices (sauna): 3 hours DM15 (red. DM11), day DM18 (red. DM14)
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Imbedded into a mound of earth near the site of the former station Görlitzer Bahnhof, Bad am Spreewaldplatz reeks of the touch of a nineteen-eighties architect. More functional than fantastic, the complex has a 25m training pool, a baby pool, a wave machine, solarium and sauna facilities, slides, diving boards and jet pools. Particularly nice is the poolside café where you can refresh your weary body in between the different activities.

Sport- und Erlebniszentrum (SEZ)
bbb-sez@berlin.de
Landsberger Allee 77, 10249 Berlin - Friedrichshain | Tel: 42 182 320, Fax: no fax | S-Bahn Landsberger Allee, Bus 257, Tram 5, 6, 7, 8, 15, 20, 27 | Times: Mon 11am-10pm, Tues-Sun 9am-10pm | Disabled facilities: Mon 11am-12.15pm, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 10am-12pm, Sat 12.30-10pm, Sun 9am-10pm | Prices: 150mins DM10 (red. 5), Short stint 75 mins DM6 (red. DM3), Sauna 2 hours DM15 (red. DM10)
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With a number of different pools, a 3m diving board, a disabled pool, a tanning studio, a sports hall, a bowling hall, a fitness studio and several other features (in fact everything that the modern day fitness fanatic demands), the SEZ is one Berlin's top venues for sport and relaxation. The highlight of the complex is the pool outside which is beautiful on a sunny day but a test of will on cold winter nights. Unfortunately lacks a 50m pool.

Stadtbad Charlottenburg, Alte Halle
Krumme Str. 10, 10585 Berlin - Charlottenburg | Tel: 34 38 38 60, (sauna) 342 30 78, Fax: no fax | U2,U7 Bismarckstr.; U7 Richard-Wagner-Platz; U2 Deutsche Oper; Bus 101,109,145,X9 | Times: Mon 6:30am-9:30pm (women 5-8pm, disabled 8-9:30pm), Tues 8:30am-10pm (10am-2pm elderly, 6-10pm naked), Wed 8:30am-10pm, Thurs 8:30am-3pm, 6-10pm, Fri 8:30am-2pm 4-10pm (6-10pm naked) | Price: DM6 (DM4) | Times (sauna): daily mixed 9am-11:30pm (Mon/Thurs women only) | Price: day ticket DM23
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Beautiful Art Nouveau swimming hall with an integrated non-swimmers pool. Restuarant and tanning studio. Check the order of play before you go or you could find yourself at one of the naked bathing sessions - those Germans.
Sauna - two dry Finnish, bio-sauna, Russian-Roman bath, fresh air terrace, sauna restaurant.

Stadtbad Mitte
Gartenstr. 5, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | S1/2 Nordbahnhof; Bus 245,328; Tram 6,8,50 | Times: Mon 6:30am-10pm (7:30-9am elderly, pregnant), Tues 10am-8pm, Wed 6:30am-10pm, Thurs-Fri 6:30am-8pm, Sat 2-9pm, Sun 2-9pm (fun bathing 5-9pm) | Price: DM6 (red. DM4)
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A venue for the swimming purist, this 70 year old bath is one of the oldest in Berlin and is considered one of the finest thanks to its impressive glass design. With only a 50m pool (preferred by lap pounders) and gym facilities, Stadtbad Mitte is to be appreciated for its classical charm.

Stadtbad Schöneberg
Hauptstr. 39, 10827 Berlin - Schöneberg | Tel: 7 80 99 30, Fax: no fax | U4-Rathaus Schöneberg, S-Bahn Schöneberg, Bus 104, 146, 148, 187, 204, 348 | Open: Mon noon-10pm, Tues-Fri 7am-10pm, Sat 9am-10pm (except 1-5pm - fun bathing), Sun 9am-10pm (except 10am-4pm - fun bathing) | Sauna open: (women) Wed 9am-10pm, (mixed) Mon noon-10pm, Tues, Thurs-Sun 9am-10pm | Prices: 1 hour DM6 (red. DM4), 3 hours DM8 (red. DM5), Sauna 3 hours DM15 (red. DM11), day DM18 (red. DM14)
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25m pool, non-swimmers pool, kids pool, 3m board, outside pool, wild water, slide, whirlpool, restaurant, sauna, solarium facilities, disabled area


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