Bad Salzuflen Travel Guide

  • One of the salt works
    One of the salt works
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    by himalia11 Written Apr 14, 2012

    We didn’t spend too much time in the old town as it was raining pretty much after we left the spa gardens. So we just had a short look on the half-timbered houses, there are many nice ones! The town hall also is a building that you can’t overlook. And then there’s the Salze river flowing through the town, which is a rather small river but you can find many nice places along it.

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    by himalia11 Updated Apr 14, 2012

    There are many different springs in Bad Salzuflen:

    Mineral springs: There are three of them, the Sohienbrunnen in the spa gardens, the Inselbrunnen on the island in the spa gardens lake and the Loosebrunnen. They are served in the pump room for healing reasons.

    Brine springs: Again there are three, which are used for the inhalation at the saltworks. The oldest spring is the Paulinequelle from 1802. Besides there are the Neubrunnen and Sophienquelle.

    Thermal springs: The water of these springs is used for bath, and there are - again - three of them. The most famous one in the Leopolds-Thermalssprudel in the spa gardens with 21,7 °C. Then, there’s “Therme III” (21,4 °C) which is found in front of the “Kurgastzentrum” near the spa works and where you can see the bubbles coming up. The deepest and most salty spring is the Gustav-Horstmann-Sprudel. It has 37,5 °C

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    by himalia11 Written Apr 14, 2012

    This building was build 1960 and I found it pretty ugly from outside. The inside was better, it’s bright and nicely decorated with lots of flowers. In the middle is the place where you can get the drinking water of the three mineral springs of the town, and some signs tell you which water is good against which diseases. Besides, there are some shops in that building, some small aquariums and information on the geology of the springs.

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