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Therme Bad Ischl Außenbereich © EurothermenResorts Bad Ischl

Health resorts 

with a history

The Viennese doctor Franz Wirer recognized the healing properties of brine water in 1821. With the first Ischl spa opening in 1823, the rise of the spa town of Bad Ischl began, whose brine and sulfur springs were soon visited by international greats such as State Chancellor Metternich. The Trinkhalle in the city center is part of the brine baths built in 1831, that were designed by Dr. Wirer.


The Kurpark and Kurhaus - popular venues now and then - testify to the historical importance of Bad Ischl as a health resort. Even today, brine is still offered for various cures. In the Kaisertherme in the city center, you can find a wide range of spa treatments (can also be booked on site) and a brine bath with 3% salt. The modern thermal baths offer relaxation and fun for the whole family!


Image: Spa in Bad Ischl | © EurothermenResorts Bad Ischl


The walking paths of the spa guests are also perfect for small excursions on foot:


Whether Siriuskogel (with excellent cuisine!), Sterzen's Abendsitz, or the Hohenzoll waterfall - the nature of the region will enchant you! The Soleweg and Via Salis also invite you to explore our history.
Many routes lead you along Empress Sisi's footsteps - the Kalvarienberg, Elisabeth-Waldweg and Jainzen as well as the Dammweg are excellent opportunities to  explore the surrounding area!


Image: Sterzens Abendsitz | ©

Sterzens Abendsitz
Galerie Kurort mit Tradition
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