Modern thermal bath with 2000 years of tradition
Where once Roman legionaries recovered, medieval washerwomen got warm water and the emperor Franz Joseph I. created a glamorous summer resort in the 19th century, the spectacular thermal bath of Lasko is inviting its visitors to therapies and recreation today. The architectural eye-catcher is the big, rotatable glass dome above the indoor swimming pool, which opens when the weather is fine.
There and in the spacious open-air area, one finds a varied range of sports, waveaction, adventure and children’s pools with agreeable warm thermal water rich in minerals. In addition, whirlpools, a counter current system, a water slide, a Kneipp section, a massage pool in the shape of a crystal and a generously planned sauna world are available there.