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“Good family day out”
Review of Worgler Wasserwelt

Worgler Wasserwelt
Ranked #1 of 5 things to do in Worgl
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Owner description: Wave the Worgler Wasserwelt is the largest and most adventurous poolside of Tirol in Austria. We offer various pools, a double looped waterslide, solebath and more than 2000sqm sauna area. We are open daily and offer free childcare during your visit.
Reviewed 18 April 2014

This has a lot of pools and things for the kids to do. We were there for 4 hours and didn't see all of it. It cost 44 Euros for the 4 of us but you can take your own food and drink in. Like many Austrian pools its very clean and well managed.

We had lunch there and the freshly prepared pizza was very good. You can have a beer with it too. The outdoor pool was nice although a bit cool on the day we went. The main pool has a wave machine which starts up every hour for 10 minutes. We also managed to see the salt pool underground which is a bath of salt brine from Dead Sea salt. Very relaxing

1  Thank Stuart N
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Reviewed 24 June 2013

My husband and I paid for the works - the pool/slides, the sauna and the dead sea salty pool. We really enjoyed the slides (you need to pay an extra 2 Euros for the L2 but it's well worth it - it's super intense and leaves you weak at the knees - be sure to remove all jewellery and watches!). We enjoyed the various saunas (so many to chose from, all nude so leave any prudish thoughts at the door!) but our favourite part was floating for about 30 minutes in the Isla Solar (not sure I got that last name correct!). You are utterly supported, and can hear music pipped in if you relax your head in the water. Don't get the salty water in your eyes though - it stings!!!

This really is a fantastic place and I really recommend it everyone.

Thank myriad
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Reviewed 1 February 2013

Well worth missing a day on the slopes for!
We went for the four hour option which was just right (you will want longer if you have children), and we really enjoyed ourselves!
If like us you are staying elsewhere the trains to Worgl are pretty regular and a bus (number 3) will pick you up from outside and take you to the wave for just a couple of euros.
Also you can rent towels and flip flops (get the flip flops as slippy in places). The bracelet makes it easy so you pay for food and extras when you leave.

The isla sola is fantastic but check what time it starts as this does vary from day to day!

Enjoy as we did!

Thank chris a
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Reviewed 17 November 2012

Our favorite 'swimming pool' for the rainy days.
Tip: We always go after 17:00hrs, then there is less crowd.
On those really rainy days it can become extremely crowded in the afternoon

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Reviewed 14 November 2012

There are a lot of nice swimming pools in Tyrol, however most of them are mainly for swimming only (or maybe include a sauna). Woergler Wasserwelt is including some fun for everyone. In one of the pools there is a wave machine installed. Sport swimmers can enjoy swimming there length. There are some water slides for young and old. Besides there is one special slide with a double looping. This is worldwide quite an unique attraction. I have used it more than once and have to say this is something for every adrenaline freak. For those who would rather like to enjoy some relaxing hours, there is a salt pool. Lean back and experience the light feeling drifting in the lovely water. The high concenrated salt water is enabling you to lie in the water comparable with swimming in the death sea. Another plus for me is that the pools are open till late and you can also go for a swim after work.
This is a great leisure time activity for people who live close to Woergl or visit the area. You can also go to the Woergler Wasserwelt during the week. If you enjoy water slides or a huge sauna environment I can also recommend Therme Erding for a weekend trip.

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