What can I experience in Bad Schallerbach?
The Eurothermen Resort in Bad Schallerbach forms the pulsating heart of the Vitalwelt tourist region. Wellness fans and young swimmers alike can get their money’s worth here. The new and unique pirate world at the "Aquapulco" water park entices you with its 13 metre high pirate ship, water wheels and cannons, mega slides, music, water and fire shows, as well as a 5D water cinema. There is also a baby bay with a baby island, breast-feeding berths and baby galley.
Those seeking rejuvenation are invited to relax under the palm trees in a South Sea atmosphere at "Tropicana", the new Cabrio thermal spa. Discover the impressive indoor thermal lagoon that is directly linked to the outdoor pool, a six metre high sea aquarium with fish and grottos to swim in and, as an absolute highlight, the roof which can be opened for you to enjoy the wonderful open air thermal spa experience.
The offering is rounded off by the large "Relaxium" sauna landscape - with an extended lounging area and 34°C outdoor sauna thermal pool.
International summer of music
in Bad Schallerbach
The renowned and top-class summer of music actually lasts for nine months – from April to December – and includes fantastic concerts and revues. Every year, visitors can look forward to an immensely eclectic festival with well-known performers and idols.
Zur The Eurothermen park was transformed into a unique oasis of relaxation for the “Botanica 2009” horticultural show. Wheelchair-friendly paths invite you to walk through the gorgeous park landscape with its water features, meditation gardens, water lily ponds, mazes and great playgrounds for children.
Tips for the summer
The main attraction for young visitors is the children’s farm with petting zoo, a tractor course and pony riding. There is also a café for adults.
The exercise arena starts from the Europa Square. There are 7 paths of all difficulty levels which invite you to go for a run or enjoy some Nordic Walking, and which lead to the most beautiful areas in the region. The exercise arena is also the starting point for the traditional hiking trails or an access point for the regional cycle paths.
The Magdalenaberg Church was built in the Gothic style and is believed to date from between 1398 and 1423. In the 600 years of its existence it has been rescued from deterioration on many occasions and is now considered to be a landmark of Bad Schallerbach. A three kilometre circular path leads from the Europa Square to the church.