Römerquelle - Roman spring

in the historic Kurpark

More than 4 million litres of natural sulphur thermal water between 32 to 36 degrees Celsius well up daily from the 14 natural sulphur thermal springs in Baden.

Today you can still observe the bubbling up of the sulphur water during a guided tour of the town in the Ursprunsquelle - Römerquelle. Under a glass dome is a visible fissure from which the warm sulphur water rises to the surface. At this place, finds from the Roman period testify to the early use of the spring. During construction work in this area, the remains of a Roman sweating house (sudatorium) were also found.