Dive into a pool which is more than 100 years old! There is no better way to spend some hours of a rainy day in this true warm water oasis, Müller’sches Volksbad. The halls & galleries upon both main pools remember of a glamorous castle. Thanks to social Munich authorities, the price today is still really affordable!
VOLKSBAD: Opened in 1901, the Müller’sches Volksbad was the world’s biggest and most expensive indoor pool location. It should have been an institution for everybody. Since the opening years, the Roman-Irish vapor-bathes are still a part of the this castle-style building.
DON’T FORGET: Bring a book or newspaper to take it into the relaxing area and enjoy your time! Photos can be taken perfectly from the balcony above the major pool. It’s still raining cats and dogs, and wanna wait till its over? -> Visit the beautiful “Jugendstil” cafe inside the building, and spend a few more minutes in this nice atmosphere…
This warm water oasis is located alongside the banks of the cold Isar river, and can be reached easily by Tram 16 (Stop: Deutsches Museum) and all S-Bahn lines (Stop: Isartor)