The Rollett Museum, southwest of the town centre and just off Weilburgstrasse (a five-minute walk southeast of the Thermalstrandbad),...
Römertherme offers the same health benefits albeit without the fun.
Small museum but little to actually see inside.
Neumann im Josefsbad
An all-rounder serving light dishes such as chicken wings, but better known as a cafe and the hub of nightlife in town, with a DJ...
Veal roulade with carrot, ginger and polenta or tuna sashimi on carrot and ginger salad are dishes that might feature on the menu in...
Helenenstrasse 19-21 · interesting places nearby
Because of the sulphur content in its healing waters, Baden bei Wien has a distinctive ‘poached egg’ smell in parts of town. All the more unusual, therefore, when an outdoor swimming pool used for recreation and fun has this ubiquitous ‘eggy’ scent. If you’ve got a finely tuned nose, the egg smell is very in your face at the Thermalstrandbad . With its dubious brownish stretch of sand backed by a functionalist building from 1926, the pool complex is a sulphurous Hades-meets-Majorca. Originally, the designers wanted to import sand from the Adriatic (not exactly known for sandy beaches, but anyway); in the end they settled for sand from Melk in the Danube Valley.