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1. Indoor Swimming Pool Fischerinsel

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Indoor Swimming Pool Fischerinsel
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Fischerinsel 11, 10179 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1:45 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Antonietta Trotta: I’ve been swimming here quite a few times in the last 6 months and this swimming pool became immediately favorite! Not only is very clean (unlike so many others in Berlin) but the staff is just great and helpful. Last time a young man definitely run the extra mile by sharing his personal hotspot and allowing me to check-in with my Wellpass App! If he didn’t, I wouldn’t be able to swim at all because that Sunday, as I didn’t bring cash nor my credit card 😥. I am truly thankful and again so happy to have tried this swimming pool in the first place! Keep up the good work and thank you!

Laurent Kaestli: Nice. Go in early before 10 on weekends

Michele: After the closure in summer 2018 they made the pool only available for the public in the very early morning hours (and in the weekend). I find that such a waste! I was enjoying going there in the middle of the day. Anyways, it's a very nice, simple swimming pool. Next to a standard 25m pool there is a tiny pool for kids with stairs on one side, where it can be nice to relax. The windows wall makes for very nice lighting inside in any condition. The water is not extremely warm. Usually, a couple of lanes are reserved for proper swimming. They get a little crowded at times, but never too much.

Aurelio Ogliari: On paper, this little pool has everything to be perfect.. It's clean, modern, not too crowded, very central, cheap, has perfect natural light coming from the side and you can even see the trees while swimming. This is every swimmer wet dream (ah-ah). Except... Unfortunately its opening times are a total joke and make consistent training practically impossible. It is open a total of 1.30 hrs a day every day from 6.30 to 8am, except on Wednesdays. That day it's open 0 hours. If you want to know what you're missing you can come during the weekends, provided it's not unexpectedly closed for random reasons.

Konrad Jurk: Properly cleaned water and changing rooms, nice staff. In addition to the 25m pool there is a non-swimmers pool ideal to work on your technique. You'll need a 1€ coin as a pledge for the locker and optionally a 5ct coin for the hair dryer. A ticket costs 3,50€ before 2:30pm and after 8pm. In between 5,50€. The atmosphere on weekday mornings is appealing: Unexcited, respectful people focused to swim some laps.

Rosaleen O'Brien: Nice clean pool and a relatively low fee (4 Euros) for an hour and a half swim. Very deep pool both ends so opportunities for diving and swimming deep deep deep. Good clean facilities, with well-designed changing rooms keeping outdoor wear out of the wet-side.

Simone Broggini: It would be a nice place to have a swim and sauna, but within the last month they have been closed on working days without notice in two occasions. On the first of March for some "staff training" and today 22/03 for "protest". It's a shame for the employees and the facilities which would be great.

Daria: The place is good and a nice benefit is their membership in Urban Sports Club. Minuses are: deposit for the locker (1 euro which you going to have back, but you need to have it on you before passing a tourniquet) and payment for the hair drying machine (5 cents in one coin). Payment or deposit won't be a problem if there were exchange machine in the area.

K. Komi: Facilities are clean and adequate. The pool length is not long, I think less than 25ms. The pool is heated which helps to get in, especially in winter. It can get crowded during after-work hours!

João Araújo: Crowded and the locker rooms can be confusing. The fact that you have to pay 5cents to use the hairdryer is ridiculous, specially cause the entrance costs 3,50€ - not that cheap. Very clean and modern building.

2. Stadtbad Mitte "James Simon"

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Stadtbad Mitte
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Gartenstraße 5, 10115 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 2 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Evgeny Ignatik (Jack): Good pool. But there are two disadvantages I found: 1. The pool 50 m consists of two parts: one is with pretty deep water, while another one is too shallow (60 cm, sounds like a joke), it’s even hard to swim there, hands sometimes hit the tiles. 2. The keys for lockers are on the bracelets that are either super hard to fasten on the hand or easy to lose Otherwise, the place is good and accessible. Pretty close to my home, so I will be visiting it often. They accept Urban Sports Club.

Ирина Воина: It's not new, there is no cameraz there, and I am afraid of to take money there. at the beginning of the summer my Armani glasses were stolen there. Unpleasant. But the pool itself is cool, the instructors are nice, the water is good temperature, it's clean and I like this pool. I swim there at least 5 times a week 

Yong: Great swimming pool, really clean and pretty.

Ali Rabiee: It's a nice pool with friendly staff, however, it is usually very busy. There is a variable depth of 0.6m to 3m but there's no divided section for non-swimmers only, so it really makes it hard to practice when learning without bumping to other swimmers.

Munkhnast Lamjav (Mo): Lovely interior, doesn't get too crowdy. Open most days until 10 p.m. but no entrance after 21:30.

Andrea Covic: Here you can have a good swimm. Not overcrowded and very clean.

Daniel Thiele: Beautiful architecture! However, if you're looking for a sports oriented pool, this might be not the right place. At one end the pool is only 60cm deep, which makes flip turns impossible. Only 2 lanes available, and other guests were quite slow (Sunday). Had an unpleasant encounter with one employee who gave me a 5min lecture when I took off my FFP2 mask for stretching. Unnecessary, as I did not even object to him. Overall, disappointing.

Siva: Yeah its confirmed again. Very rude staff. They make stupid rules to satisfy their saddistic behaviours. Also behaved differently to me than the other 2 german girls who got kicked out. That makes me think if he is racist. Pool welcomes sport swimmers by giving all the lines to them and only one to the people who are with kids or who wants to do leisure swimming. That one lane is always crowded. Left the pool in 10 mins and ofcourse never going again.

Beatrice Geoffrin: Very quiet on a Sunday night so great for swimming + beautiful building

jon sandoval: OK if you only want to swim lapse because that's all you can do here it's quite small what you see in the picture is all you get so if you're are planning on having a fun time doing other things besides standard lapse don't come here but if you want to do lapse then yes this is a good place

3. Stadtbad Schöneberg "Hans Rosenthal"

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Stadtbad Schöneberg
Facilities
4.8
Services
4.9
Prices
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: Hauptstraße 39, 10827 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Verry Susanto: It’s a very clean swimming pool, with jazucci kind of pressurized water therapy that’s good for your body, outdoor heated pool in winter, and water slide, and also a huge swimming pool. I paid 7,50€ for a 3 hours session, totally worth it.

Leigh Globisch: I prebooked and still had to stand in a queue to go through the stall so its really pointless buying tickets online. And definitely don't complain to security because you get put into the naughty corner (and told that they will open the second teller) and end up waiting way longer than if you just shut your mouth and stayed in the original queue. Just stay in the matrix like a good little sausage and everything will be fine.

Maria Joao coelho: EDIT: I've tried this swimming pool again during school hours and it was quieter, however there's still just one line for swimming. Still people swimming in random directions and in completely different speeds, making it very hard and frustrating for serious swimmers. I don't understand why there isn't a *fast lane*, and a *slow lane*. I won't return again. "" If you're serious about swimming, then avoid this place. Lots of loud rude teenagers. People just hanging out occupying space... And others swimming in random directions. The space is beautiful, but the type of crowd that uses this pool might make your experience very frustrating.

Loay: I enjoyed having a casual swim in this Stadtbad! It was very clean, private rooms to change in addition to showers and a platform for hair drying! there were lockers with 1€ deposit which made life easier. The main pool is around 25m long, I was lucky that it was not crowdy. Also there are two platforms to jump from, but only available at certain times! What I enjoyed the most here was the salted pool, with all the Jaccuzzi effects, it kept me very relaxed till the end of the day! Moreover, there is also another area downstairs for kids, featuring a small pool where a part of it outdoors, it can surely be great in the summer! There is also one water slide, its nothing much, but surely the kids will enjoy their time there! The staff was also friendly in helping us choose which ticket to book suitable for our needs!

Katja Moßner: I liked it - it’s all very clean and a nice modern building with pools on two levels (it took me a while to understand that the swimming lanes are upstairs) and here why I gave only 4 stars: there are not real lanes set and no one here understands to at least try to swim in a straight line .. it was more like exercising in a lake with people confusingly swimming in alle directions 😅

Canny Chiang: We went for baby swimming. Clean changing room and spacious. They offer changing table for babies which is really thoughtful. Unfortunately there is only one baby changing table so we had to queue. There is also a baby bed on the floor so that you could put the baby in it when you change clothes. There are lockers in the changing room so bring 1 euro coin with you. Hair dryers cost 50 cents. The staffs are friendly. Baby swimming course was quite interesting and my baby loves it. But the quality of water is not so good. My baby stayed in water for 30 -40 mins and he had rashes on his back. They disappeared few hours later but it would be good if the quality of water is better.

Runamile Czyborra: relaxing pools of fitting size for pleasant crowd once you manage the oversized lockers maze

Yara Arafa: Great location close to several bus lines and sbahn.Large 25m pool and several small ones for children. One very large water slideClean showers and changing rooms

Ingo Arend: the Stadtbad Schöneberg "Hans Rosenthal" named after a famous Showmaster with jewish background is a beautiful, 1930 opened and 2012 completely renovated swimming pool in clinker brick construction. bright, clean, transparent. unfortunately much too small. the salt pool is often broken. Despite several attempts, there's still no sauna. The rarely frequented restaurant in the swimming pool could have been dispensed with in favor of a larger swimming pool. that gets very full quickly. the separate swimming lanes are constantly occupied by swimming courses. the rest of the tank then becomes a shark tank. And at the weekend, the pool quickly turns into a noisy family hell, where swimmers can quickly go insane. otherwise it's ok.

Elena feijoo: Only knocked a star because it's very crowded, but kinda hard not to be and also they handle it very well with timeslots. Used to go swim laps there, hard to get a space but when you do it's nice. Last weekend took my baby for the first time, lots of older kids playing in the baby pool despite there being another kids pool which was kind of difficult with splashing but also ok, still really nice. I am from warm weather so i just appreciate having access to a pool that's warm enough for my baby and to spend a few hours swimming

4. Schwimm- und Sprunghalle im Europasportpark

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Schwimm- und Sprunghalle im Europasportpark
Facilities
4.9
Services
4.8
Prices
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: Paul-Heyse-Straße 26, 10407 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10:30 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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C Decrock: What a horrible experience. I am never coming back to this place. First of all, the employees are VERY rude. They won’t help you if you don’t speak German. When we first arrived to purchase the tickets, the employees don’t speak any English, so we had to wait for another person to come and translate for us. When we finally were able to purchase the tickets, the translator told us that the German employee said in a very rude tone that we ‘must learn to speak German’. There are no clear indications in English, so it was very hard to find the way to the Pool, and everyone was very rude. To go to the pool, you have to go thru the lockers and then thru the showers, where you get to see disgusting things. We finally arrived to the pool, and there was no place leave my bag with my swimming equipment. We went on a Thursday at noon (not supposed to be peak hour). All the lanes were crowded, with 5-8 people on every lane. It is clear that 95% of the people are not swimmers at all. You had to use the same lane to go back and forward with 8 different people, and one of them was very rude telling me that I couldn’t pass them because we all had to go at the same speed (pace). So I decided to change to the one and only ‘fast lane’ where there were at least 5 swimmers. All the swimmers on the fast lane were at least 60 years old, swimming at 2:20/100m pace or slower, so I had to pass every single one of them with people going in both direction. It was HORRIBLE and I got so frustrated that I only ended up doing 1/3 of my workout. THIS PLACE IS NOT THE PLACE TO GO IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO DO YOUR WORKOUT. IF YOU JUST WANT TO CHILL ON THE POOL MAYBE. I was charged 5,5€ to share a lane with 8 other swimmers. Never coming back.

Vladyslava Zadorozhna: Very cool watersports complex. There are several pools, 2 for the sports school and their students, one 50-meter pool for adult visitors and smaller pools for children visitors.

Levin Song: Spacious locker room and pool. If you’re looking for a nice swimming experience. This is the right place.

blinkinglightbeacon: I'm very happy this place exists. The pool is a good temperature and clean, as are the locker rooms. It can get busy and there is some congestion in the lanes but that's kind of unavoidable in a public pool. For the people complaining about the unfriendliness at the Kasse, who cares? I don't need people smiling and wishing me a good day all the time. We're not in America.

Tim Schwebs: One of the biggest swimming halls in Berlin and venue of many national and international competitions. So definitely a visit worth. (Btw just visiting and not swimming is for free ^^)

Nicolás Mazitelli: Its the best pool ive ever seen. All the employees where ultra kind and guided me through. I was afraid because i dont speak german but they all speak english really well. The pool was huuuge and the lanes were pretty free. Amazing experience.

J Somar: Great swimming pools for training and leisure. The installations are quite clean in general. There is a tribune to watch the competitions and a café to have some snack. There is also a direct access from the sbahn Landsberger Allee which makes it very easy to get there with public transportation. Open all year round.

Marin Dokoza: The pool is nice, clean and modern, there is also section for the kids and cafe/restaurant area with small snacks. If you go there prepare some coins to avoid problems. To use locker you will need 2 euros coin (you should put it in the locker and you will get it back) and you will need some coins to use hairdryier. The pool was quite busy on Sunday but people in the pool were mostly nice and they respected that there is more people (around 4) in one lane.

Zinia Farzana: Nice and helpful trainers. Swimming pools are lively. They could do a better job at keeping the showers cleaner though

Dinz Ramz: My favorite place for swimming because of the 50 mts length. I would recommend morning swims to avoy too crowded lanes and kids classes.

5. Stadtbad Neukölln

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Stadtbad Neukölln
Facilities
3.7
Services
3.7
Prices
3.8
Parking
3.7
Wifi
3.7

Address: Ganghoferstraße 3, 12043 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 2 PM

Telephone: +49 30 6824980

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Nadine Wriesnik: Sauna currently closed! Nice architecture, lockers available and a hair dryer that is activated by 5c coins so don’t forget to bring those. Lockers and showers available. The pool is relatively small and you can swim short laps however the temperature of the water is freezing! Good place if you have an hour and don’t know what else to do, wouldn’t go out of the way…

M F: Freezing water temperature Sauna closed Small swimming lanes (18 meters or so) Lovely architecture Friendly staff Spacious locker room

Tobias Kunkel: Nice swimming pool with great antique optics.

Raphael Erik: You can come swim around (breaststroke) here as a tourist in two beautiful pools or relax on a pool chair or sauna. Also bring your own towel, flip flops (optional), body wash, Shampoo, and an extra bag for your wet swimwear. Hair dryers and lockers are available for a few coins.

jon sandoval: Not really a place for lapse more of a place for chilling so if chilling is what you're looking for this might be OK but doing lapse or a workout not a good place

Munkhnast Lamjav (Mo): Beautiful interior but bit too short for me for swimming.

Dawid Golik: Great architecture but not the best conditions to swim, also no access for men on Mondays.

jared goldman: Sunday early session. The pool is small 25 m. Luckily not so busy and most people only stayed 20 mins. So by the end I had the entire pool to myself. Beautiful surroundings and good for a relaxing recovery swim. But not a place for a workout.

Kat Siurek: really nice atmosphere. The water has perfect temperature if you want to swim, but if you want to hang out in the water (even after swimming some rounds), it gets really cold fast. anyway, definitely worth a visit.

Kate K: This is not a sauna, it's a time capsule at it's best. The architecture adds character which is great - would it be then dark wood panelled walls in reading room, beautiful mosaic windows, marmor staircases, pillars arching above the pools, water spitting lions... it all adds up. Plus they have a bar which looks a bit a off with it's kitsch pink deco and plastic green plants, but the fresh steaming soup and a fish tank makes it all up! But why, oh why are they not selling DRAFT beer!? Taps are there...The saunas are good though, they have small circle shape relaxing pool and cooling down one to dip in. Plus you can scribble down your name there and then, and you have reserved a full body massage on a spot! Main swimming pools have separate entrance.. Some Sundays they offer naked swimming in candlelight! Why not!? Enjoy!

6. Sports and teaching swimming pool Schöneberg

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Sports and teaching swimming pool Schöneberg
Facilities
3.8
Services
3.9
Prices
3.8
Parking
3.8
Wifi
3.8

Address: Sachsendamm 11, 10829 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30 AM Wed

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Finn Proepper: Nice & spacious pool (50m and about 5m deep). Unfortunately no laps so you have to zigzag your way through the people sometimes. If they'd put a bit more money and effort into it, it'd be a fantastic place to swim...

Tani Sandoval: This place is perfect to swim in the morning. It is important to know that it has specific schedules to use the pool. The structure allows to spend the time to relax in this beatiful pool !!! Do not forget to bring your padlock to leave your things in the loocker

paula: Very big, and nice people. You can watch e.g. your children from the f&b area.

Fra R: Nice pool

Amos Singarella: Great to follow champions league game here.

Hady Yacoub: nice pool, but very old infrastructure

Mahdi Faour: Cool!

Bernd Brauer: Top, super Bad,

Gábor Scheiling: Ok

Rasul Majo: Zip

7. Stadtbad Wilmersdorf I

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446 reviews
Stadtbad Wilmersdorf I
Facilities
3.7
Services
3.7
Prices
3.8
Parking
3.7
Wifi
3.7

Address: Mecklenburgische Str. 80, 10713 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 2:30 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Indoor swimming pool



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dorian hanaor: Sauna is not available unless you come at very specific times. Prices are comparatively high.

Bohdan Iuylskiy: All, what is necessary for good training is present in this swimming pool, all is good

sunny kumar: It is open till 9:30 pmPrice : 5.5 euro eachTwo pools , one for child and learner and second for professional swimmer

Harshita Tiwari: Big swimming pool and quite big kids pool as well. The locker and showers are clean and nice.

Ken E: Nice pool, probably generally overly crowded, but currently with the appointments, it's very pleasant! Appointments are schedulable exactly 72 hours before the opening of the scheduled block time. It is also possible to come right on time for the start of a block session and get a ticket at the cashier's. However, those tickets are limited, too, so there won't be a guarantee that you can enter that way. Also, the overall pace is slow. Even the fast lane will be slow for a decent swimmer.

daryoush haj-najafi: The pool is lovely. The changing rooms and showers super clean. The staff mostly super nice. But anyone who swims at all seriously absolutely can not swim here the two fast lanes were so slow I had to tread water behind people even after leaving them a 15 m head start. In most countries in the world I have to swim in the medium lane. But sadly in Berlin most pools have zero lane discipline and very slow swimmers make swimming impossible. If a pool isn’t too busy or is 50m it’s OK, but this pool although not particularly busy there was no way you could swim. The German attitude in their liberal way was if people want to swim slowly what can we do? But first off why have fast lanes and just let people swim slowly in them then? Secondly I’m a taxpayer and Berlin Baeder card payer too, medium swimmers like me and fast swimmers deserve somewhere to swim too. Sure one of the life guards recommended Europasportpark but that’s 45 minutes away, it seems insane when every other country in Europe manages to have a lane system that people who actually like swimming can find it impossible to swim in their local pool in Berlin. And let’s remind ourselves this is a pool with lanes! Of course you don’t expect to swim lengths in a fun pool. Its just so frustrating to waste time getting to a pool, having checked online that it’s open and they have lanes to find its impossible to use. Another gentleman also said he couldn’t swim more than two lanes and was on his way out.

David Gerson: This is a tough pool for laps in the morning and evening. Lots of slow swimmers who don't respect lane rules. Lockers are big and bright. Showers are good. Pool is nice and deep, but the water is always very foggy. Can never see to the other end at its a 25M. There are way better options in Berlin unless you're really stuck in this neighborhood.

Flo Pol: I went on Thursday evening (after 20.00 to have the night tarif). It was clean. Not too full, but also not empty. It was good to have a long swim, and then to rest a bit in the smaller bath which is also less crowded!

Pritam Kole: Sometimes crowded but rest is fine..

Roy Grossman: Stadtbad Wilmersdorf is a nice 25m leisure pool. The pool is crowded in the 'early bird' and 'late night tarrif, which makes exercising difficult as you constantly bump into other swimmers who leisure swim in your lane. The pool is seasonal. It is open from Fall to late Spring. In summer you can use the summer pool. The facilities are clean and well maintained. The pool is right next to public transportation which is a plus.

8. Schwimmhalle Finckensteinallee

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492 reviews
Schwimmhalle Finckensteinallee
Facilities
4.3
Services
4.4
Prices
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi
4.3

Address: Finckensteinallee 73, 12205 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Ade _Remi: This pool has stood the test of time. Large, athletic and improved swimming pool. Everyone is welcome to learn and swim in this pool. With a very cheap entrance fee. You, your friends, family and even colleagues can come here to have a very memorable time. I'm giving it 5 stars because they actually have a good maintenance culture.

Juan Martin Perez Bernal: Great place very organized. Ticketing is a bit complicated because there are a lot of rules when it comes to reduced tariffs, so I would recommend to buy the tickets at the entrance instead of online.

Kurtis Morley: I last swam here 1984-86 stationed there as officer in US Army Berlin Brigade 42nd Engineer Co. CSB. I loved having it then, appreciated its history and beauty. Looks and sounds like the same I remember it. I don't recall it was open to public much if at all then, likely not used as much but we did some swim training and exercising, some competitions and the swim part towards earning the German Sports Medal. I heard it was prominently used for German Team swim training prior to 1936 Berlin Olympics though if not built before 1938 then that doesn't seem possible. My wife and I loved living in W. Berlin, thankful we weren't attacked by Warsaw Pact, eldest daughter born there, visited 5 days in 2010 and want to go back soon again. BTW, I knew the last surviving member of the USA 8-man Crew Team, from Univ. Of Washington, that won Gold Medal in 1936 Olympics - unfortunately he passed a few years ago in his 90's.

Nick: Arrived hoping to go swimming after a long trip from the UK to Berlin. I spent €23+ getting to the pool from my accommodation and arrived at the reception desk at 17:31 only to be told that I couldn't go swimming because the "system" closes 1 hour before the actual closing time and that there was nothing that could be done about it. Really unhappy and not a great start to my holiday. WTAF.

David Jeffery: I'm visiting Berlin on holiday so this is from a British/tourist perspective. The pool and facilities were very clean and the building was beautiful - it felt quite strange swimming in such a grand building. At €3.50 a ticket it was really good value (and the lockers returned the €1 coin). There were a few differences to my pool back home - the water was slightly colder (which I preferred to be honest) but the main difference was that the swim lanes were not differentiated based on speed. Maybe there's an informal rule the locals know, but I didn't so I plonked myself in a lane and hoped for the best. It seemed to work out fine for the most part but it did impact some of my speed work. This might not bother you though!

Parul Kumar: Best pool in Berlin for lap swimming!

narayanan govindarajan: Wonderful pool with way high ceiling roof with good space and possible to have 50m/ as well as 25m.Worth visiting for any swim lovers once :)

Maryna Cherniavska: UPDATE from January 2022: out of 6 dryers, 3 are now broken, and they're broken for weeks without anyone doing anything. Due to Corona, the lanes are widened to 3xsize. Tickets can only be bought online and they are so scarce, they go sold in mere seconds. The pool is big, beautiful with huge hugh windows and lots of light, and was not overcrowded on a Sunday morning. The administrator spoke English. I take one star off for not enough changing rooms and only a few hair dryers (and paid - you need small change). I brought my own dryer but there weren't any sockets for this. Otherwise, I liked it a lot, it was pretty clean, clean water, perfect temperature, good renovated showers. Will definitely return. Note: get a euro for the locker, and two euro coins if you will also use a locker for costly items which is located at the entrance and watched by the admin.

David “Miro” Grund: Amazing indoor swimming pool!

Howard Fenton: I spent many happy childhood days with friends swimming here from 1964 - 1966, although the diving tower frightened me. The three-meter platform was all I would dare. I'm glad to see it has been well taken care of.

9. Schwimmhalle Baumschulenweg - Berliner Bäder

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187 reviews
Schwimmhalle Baumschulenweg - Berliner Bäder
Facilities
3.6
Services
3.5
Prices
3.5
Parking
3.5
Wifi
3.5

Address: Neue Krugallee 209, 12437 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30 AM Fri

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Rohini A: Pool is closed for 2 days in a weekdays, which is disappointing

K K: Is this a public pool? Yes. Then make it available to the public for more than 1,5 hours in the early morning once a week!!!!!!!!!

Esma Boydas: Opening hours :(

Daniel Westermann: Not for public use

Johann Furmann: Ok

Vorname Nachname: Nice

lukfighter R.: Cool

Maciej Wojnowski: It was very pleasant to do sports again during the break. I was here for the first time because the swimming pool is only open for the schools. I was able to go swimming there during my break just because of the fall break. It would be great if the swimming pool were also open to the public after 6 p.m., or if one or two lanes were open during the day.

Linda Fröhlich: Two stars because the staff was friendly But the indoor pool didn't work at all! I'm out backwards. Absolutely stinky water/basin. I'm not picky, but that was gross.

Der Metzger: The hall was clean. The water is not overly chlorinated. Employees were normal nice. It's really just a swimming pool, which is completely ok when it's open.👍🏻 The opening hours for the public are of course a joke during the week, but better than nothing.🤷‍♂️

10. Stadtbad Wilmersdorf II

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Stadtbad Wilmersdorf II
Facilities
4
Services
4
Prices
4.1
Parking
4
Wifi
4

Address: Fritz-Wildung-Straße 7, 14199 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6 AM Thu

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Indoor swimming pool



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Mohamed Helal: Good place for swimming training for children, the staff is very friendly

Anne Lombard: A nice pool. Not as sexy as others ☺️ but clean, not too crowded and staff is super nice ❤️ also cheaper than the sexier ones 😉

Larry D'souza: The non swimmer pool is very small and only suitable for kids. Swimmer pool is good

Dillon: Liked it there. Very nice people 👍

Szabolcs Petrus: Very limited opening hours but when I was in Berlin it was the only working indoor pool in the whole city! 25 pool, with a pleasant water temperature. Swimming is difficult because there are no dividing lines. There is a mix-up of swimming, which leads to a very ineffective use of the pools

Susanne: Our sons go swimming there weekly, since they were one year old, now 13 and 10 years old. Very successful!

Beate Conradt: There are swimming beginners, schools and clubs. Everyone is very nice and they make an effort that the little ones can really swim.

Tanja L: Contrary to what Google said, the pool has been open again since 08/29/2022. As of August 30, 2022 after calling 030/66650705.

Jenny M.: Classic swimming pool for swimming laps and learning to swim. The interior is getting old, but in very good condition compared to other Berlin pools. The staff are very attentive and helpful.

Julia Gorbulina: Nice pool for kids. Classes are conducted by qualified trainers, comfortable locker rooms. Children enjoy learning to swim

11. Kombibad Gropiusstadt - Halle

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Kombibad Gropiusstadt - Halle
Facilities
3.8
Services
3.9
Prices
3.8
Parking
3.8
Wifi
3.8

Address: Hallenbad, Lipschitzallee 27-33, 12351 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Runamile Czyborra: The Southern Neukölln Lipschitz bath is much more generously spacious and clean and modern, and coping with a much larger crowd than the Northern Neukölln Ganghofer Stadtbad and Columbia Sommerbad! Card payment accepted and welfare reduction granted.

Hemant Kawadkar: Really good and clean. The instructors are really good and friendly.

Vishwas G: Best place to learn or practice swimming. It has very long swimming lanes. But only problem is it's very crowded.

RuffnTuff Records: Nice place to enjoy the summer days . XXX

Savas: Really good. Clean pool water. Crowded but not disturbing. Nice place for children.

Beddy Frointlich: it's ok if you live in the neighborhood, otherwise better to swim elsewhere. 50 metres lanes outdoors. small slide. indoors fine

Tomasz Wylęgała: Swimming pool ok, I dont like that some women enter swimming ppol with full cover made of material which holds dirt instead lycra material which should be used for swimming pools, it makes water dirty and stinky

Sara (yiyeonii): Old times remind me on that..

Sohni Zahid: Very good instructors

DoorKun Oof: Sometimes fun but boring

12. Small swimming pool Wuhlheide

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Small swimming pool Wuhlheide
Facilities
4.1
Services
4.1
Prices
4.2
Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: An d. Wuhlheide 161, 12459 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10 AM Sun

Telephone: +49 30 787322600

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Alistair Hart: Awesome for little ones (Kita age). The water is really warm (about 35C) and the children’s pool is very shallow (an average size 3 year old can touch the bottom across most of the pool). There are also plentiful water toys (floats) of all sizes. Every now an then (every 30 minutes?) a big fountain in the middle of the pool will start up for a few minutes to add to the fun. The only negative points would be that it can get a bit busy and that it’s a bit in the middle of nowhere, with only street parking available.

Hossein Sabri: Very small pool with limited lockers.Also, it was the swimming pool that didn't let my daughter 2.5 years to swim inside 1.80 pool without any specific reason. But it was fine in 1.10m with other 100 people!!

Ali Arslan: Good pool for kids but weird people in management.The woman on ticket counter was extremely rude. She had no manners for talking to people politely.

Julian Krause: One of the best baby and toddler pools in Berlin. Pro: -Water 36°C / Air 40°C -Staff very friendly -Loads of water toys free of charge! -1 adult pool, 1 childrens pool, 1 very tiny baby pool Con: -bit pricy -limited parking space

Adam Read: Nice little pool and great for kids. You need to be there when it opens though if you don't want to risk not getting in.

Adam Read: Great for kids, but too small for normal, adult swimming.

Felipe Forero: Family friendly. Small, economic, and warm

Ximena Hernandez: Great pool to take the little ones

Gheorghe Chelea: Excellent 🤗😍☝️✌👍🤘

Marcel Bittroff: It's small, but super pretty. And the staff is great too, especially with our somewhat difficult twins. I hope our government's power-saving mania doesn't mean that the hall goes completely broke. Of course I don't want to go swimming with my boys in cold water. And I think many older people and pensioners only go there for this reason and of course the proximity. I keep my fingers crossed for you!

13. Kombibad Mariendorf - Halle

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Kombibad Mariendorf - Halle
Facilities
3.9
Services
3.8
Prices
3.8
Parking
3.8
Wifi
3.8

Address: Ankogelweg 95, 12107 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Dave Egan: Nice swimming pool, though the amenities are dated. Gets very full, very quickly on a hot day. Check beforehand if the indoor pool is open to the public, it's often reserved for clubs and swimming lessons. You choose either inside or out, you can't move between them.

Deepanjali Schalk: The water is too cold whatever weather it doesn't matter..everyone is allowed to jump in front of you while you are swimming so u have to stop in schock with all water sucked in...the staff just sits and looks on without objecting...very rowdy crowd and no discipline...and too expensive with tight time limits.

Ferdinand Diedrichs: One of the rather big public swimming areas of Berlin. The have an outdoor and an indoor pool. Both measure 50m I suppose yet I never used the one outside. The indoor area opens at 6:30 from Monday till Thursday so you can swim there paying the "Frühschwimmer"-price of 3,50€ (standard price is 5,50€ - both prices are valid in most Berlin public swimming areas). The outdoor area opens at 7:00 at the earliest. They have big enough undressing cabins. You should take an extra 1€-coin as a deposit for storing your stuff in the locker. The lockers are big enough to store some sort of bag/rucksack, shoes and e.g. a bicycle helmet. Also there are bars and hangers for your clothes. In my opinion the only improvable aspect is the level of cleanliness: It's not that bad that I felt disgust, but if you are a sterile-loving person and pay attention to the little things you might feel a bit uncomfortable. E.g. the areas next to the shower where you can put your shampoo on and hang your towels don't look like "just-cleaned" right after 6:30... Using flip-flops seems always to be a healthy advice visiting public swimming areas... Besides talking to the clerk buying my ticket I didn't have much contact to the staff-members. I assume you should have cash money since I don't know of any public swimming area accepting debit/credit cards. At the inside pool there were at least two pool-attendants sitting and watching (public pool-attendants are notorious for being quite unfriendly at least in south-western Berlin btw. but I didn't check that in the last 15 years ;). They offer more than just big pools for swimming: there is also at least one smaller, less-deeper pool for inexperienced swimmers or beginners and I also read something about a sauna-area...

Ahmet Cangir: Very nice and clean swimming pool. The slider is not too big but more than enough. I give five star for this nice pool.

Aluna Rizzoli: Excellent place if you are looking for a nice swim. Both the inside and the outside pools are 50m. If you are looking for fewer people go a bit before closing time.

Tomasz Frątczak: This is a fairly big place. Has a very big 50m pool inside and outside, plus good facilities for kids to play. It is not very modern but maintained well enough.

Sadegh Solati: The building is a bit old but clean and well maintained. It has a shallow end and a baby pool.

George Murray: They are teaching my baby how to swim. Super nice people

Luca Clark: Friendly staff and atmosphere.

R 015777: Super

14. Stadtbad Charlottenburg - Alte Halle - Berliner Bäder

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Stadtbad Charlottenburg - Alte Halle - Berliner Bäder
Facilities
4.1
Services
4
Prices
4
Parking
4
Wifi
4

Address: Krumme Str. 10, 10585 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 2:30 PM ⋅ Reopens 7 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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C L: It is an very old and beautiful Schwimmhalle. The decoration inside (the walls)is gorgeous. There are also not so many people here and also not so many fast swimmers here, so it would be a nice place for beginners to train. The colleagues here are very friendly, even I can only speak a little German.There is warm water inside and one can take a shower definitely after swimming. They also offer separate rooms for changing clothes and also machines to dry hair(5cent). The only problem I met today is toilets have no paper any more and should have changed more often. Then it would be a perfect place. PS: don’t forget to prepare 1 or 2 coins for the lock. Tickets can be ordered online easily.

Matt Kebad: Beautiful, old, 25m pool. The changing rooms make it less beautiful though. Organisation is really bad - no lane for fast/slow swimmers and the lifeguards don't ask "casual swimmers" to move out of the lane for "professional" swimming (casual have their own shorter lane). Busy in the evening.

Daria Poette: With respect - it's a very beautiful pool - I've been there many times in the past few months - the people working there are often very rude, and seem to take pleasure in not being helpful. Also, just recently they changed the opening hours - if you aren't able to make the window for 1 hour in the morning from 6:30am, then you aren't able to swim until at least 3pm - coincidentally, after 3pm the admission price almost doubles - great idea to make this change during this year of 2022 with the Russian war/global economic crisis/fallout with the pandemic - whoever made this decision, that's a great public service you're doing. Kafka is laughing at you from his grave.

Yolanda Septiana: Great swimming pool. One of the staffs is really helpful. He lends us floaties and goggles, even teaches us how to swim and encourage us to keep learning. Aside from that, this is one of swimming pools in Berlin that's open these days.

Ari R: Despite how old the facility is, it's effective and efficient. Check for the water temperature before heading. Always buy tickets but you'll find them there with the lockdown measures lifted. To the administration - if you can provide a vending machine where one buys swim glasses or clothes on demand, it would really help.

sunny kumar: It is small but nice pool

Timur Dzhergeniya: it is probably not the best place if you like to swim fast, but I like it a lot. The water is very warm, so it is a plus for me. Not very crowded, however those who use the pool don’t know how to swim without bothering other swimmers.

Monika: Small but nice place for evening swim, very few people interferes with swimming while standing where they shouldn't.

pratik prasad: The pool is very very small. Its always crowded. Difficult to even stand in there.

Paul Battenberg-cartwright: Hands down the most demeaning and rude lifeguard I've ever encountered. Horrible experience.

15. Wellenbad am Spreewaldplatz - Berliner Bäder

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Wellenbad am Spreewaldplatz - Berliner Bäder
Facilities
3.7
Services
3.6
Prices
3.6
Parking
3.6
Wifi
3.6

Address: Wiener Straße 59H, 10999 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10 PM

Telephone: +49 30 22190011

Business type: Public swimming pool



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Krystian Ortyl: Not recommended. Very cold inside... I understand that there are problems with the gas, but what I saw yesterday blew me away. After 20 minutes, my partner and I had to leave

Daniela amritha: Supercool, the waves are really fun. You have to book online, only restricted number of people is allowed in a 3-hour- time -slot which makes it not so crowded. Nice corona side effect👍. 3 pools: one for waves, one for non swimmer and a 25 -meter-pool for swimmers only. Perfect. And once again: nice that the pools are not so crowded in these times. protocol could always stay like that.

Agustín: It is a nice place to spend part of your day. Pools are very nice 😊

Joseph Pentland: I would rate this much higher if it wasn't closed every summer. The pools are good, especially the large 2m one, and wave pool for kids. Sometimes there are annoying teenagers jumping in the water, though.

Agata M: Prices went up from 5.5 to 7.5 EUR which is just not worth it considering you queue 30min at the start and you have to leave the pool 30min before the closing. There is zero power plugs and hence you can't use your own hair dryer, you have to walk out with your hair wet or queue to use public hairdryer (for which you need to have 5c). A lot of things are not maintained well for example it happens often that the locker keys are mismatched. Cafeteria has only fried food and not even child friendly, they dont have hot dogs.

Amal Roy: Had a lot of fun when all the facilities were open

Daniil Markov: Very nice public pool for bathing with kids. It's a bit cold but that's fine. The reason why I rate it 1 star is that the diving facility is always closed even though it is advertised on the web-site. I cannot tolerate if I go somewhere, pay my money, and then find out that info on the web-site is wrong. Also, staff was not particularly friendly.

Johanna Libowitzky: I used to be a competitive swimmer so I've seen my fare share of public / school pools. This one is the most disgusting I've ever seen! In the training pool you can't even see half way down the 25m lane because the water is so cloudy. For reference usually you should be able to see through a whole 50m pool with goggles on. Also the wardrobes and other facilities are lacking basic cleanliness and I'm definitely not super picky when it comes to that. The photos look nice but definitely would advise not to go there!

Peter Adolfsen Løhmann: Good wave swimming pool, although the life guards, of which there were plenty, were alas reluctant to open the jumping pool. Water temperature on the cold side for smaller kids for longer stays, as well as the room temperature, and sauna access requires a special card. Good swimming areas and small, but fun, water slide.

Paul C: Went there on a Saturday about 4pm. It was €15 for 2 adults and an under 5 (free). Probably cheaper if you have a local membership card. Changing rooms are up 2 flights of stairs, and are a bit grubby. Lots of lockers with no lock on them (bring a euro for the locker) Back downstairs to the showers, which were OK and then into the pool. The pool area looks quite new, there's a child pool split over 3 levels with a small slide at the bottom, and the pool where the wave machine is. The waves are quite powerful! Behind this area is a non swimmers pool, about 1.3m deep. Mainly full of rowdy teenagers bombing and splashing all around you. There is also a proper swimmers pool, which had lane swimming and free swimming and was quite calm. It has sun loungers and a cafe serving snacks. Bring 5c coins for the hairdryers. TL,DR; expensive, grubby changing rooms upstairs, nice pool, good for kids, rowdy crowd.