After four days of exploring Berlin, the fifth day was a rather relaxed one. Spent it at Liquidrom..Floating around in salt water, listening to music. Liquidrom is a place for thermal spas, baths, saunas and massages. A place to unwind after a long hard day.
There are various packages that you can avail depending on your requirements. You can book this online, or even go in, and ask for a slot at the reception. It is open from 9 am to midnight. We chose a two hour thermal bath and sauna package which cost us EUR. 19.50 per person. There is a bar and gastronomy as well in here, in case you want to indulge in that. It is at your service at an extra charge.
A few things to keep in mind about this place:
- It has an indoor heated salt water pool. The salt content is pretty high, so don’t take a dip..It’ll burn your eyes like crazy. And, to add to it, there is no fresh water around, so it’ll take a while to calm down.
- The pool is inside a dome structure. It is dark, with party lights hovering over the water from time to time. The music is mellow, and very relaxing. There are many couples who start to get real cozy in this atmosphere. So, if you feel uncomfortable with all the public display of affection, then don’t go.
- You need to carry your own swim suits, obviously. You can carry towels too, but if not, you can loan it here for about EUR. 3 per towel.
- The best time to go would be the afternoon, between 2-5 pm. After that, it gets crowded.
- Last, and the most important. There are a lot of floating tubes there.So, just remember to relax. Float where the water takes you. You might even fall asleep 😉
No pictures from the inside, but this how it is on the outside..
P.s. the entrance is way on the side, the left side of the dome. So it is a bit of a walk.