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A Relaxing Break from the Daily Routine

Mineral spas in Stuttgart: Leuze, Cannstatt and Berg

The Stuttgart district of Bad Cannstatt is a tingly, bubbly place. Its 19 springs, 13 of which are state-recognised for their curative properties, produce some 44 million litres of mineral water daily. Greater mineral water resources are to be found in Europe only in Budapest. This precious natural asset is utilised in many different ways at the three spas: DAS LEUZE Mineralbad, SoleBad Cannstatt and Mineralbad Berg. The carbonated water is used in the swimming pools, for the various therapeutic facilities and in the public drinking fountains. 

DAS LEUZE offers a maximum of bathing enjoyment, with no fewer than nine swimming and bathing pools and a total water area of nearly 1,800 square metres in the mineral indoor and outdoor pools. Swimmers love the 20°C swimming pool with unchlorinated, natural, therapeutic water, while those just wanting to relax will enjoy the 36°C warm bubble pool. 
At the Mineralbad Berg, the cult thermal spa with its 1950s charm, 5 million litres of natural mineral water bubble daily from six springs into the in- and outdoor swimming pools. The flow rate from the springs is so high that no chlorination, mechanical circulation or other form of water treatment is necessary. 
The SoleBad Cannstatt has five different medicinal springs with acidulous and saline water. The extensive sauna area comprises 1,200 square metres. Four sauna rooms at differing temperatures and a Russian-Roman steam bath provide perfect relaxation.

So if you want to leave your daily cares behind you, Stuttgart's just the place for you.

Under the slogan “Bäderreise” (“Spa Tour”), seven thermal spas from the Stuttgart Region have joined forces. Spa enthusiasts can now discover the following thermal spas within this tour: the AlbThermen in Bad Urach, the Mineraltherme in Bad Boll, the Panorama Therme in Beuren, the Paracelsus-Therme in Bad Liebenzell, the SoleBad Cannstatt, the ThermalBad in Überkingen and the Vinzenz Therme in Bad Ditzenbach.

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