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Where is Bad Salzuflen?

Bad Salzuflen is a town and thermal spa resort in the Lippe district of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is home to 53,341 people and covers an area of 100.05 km2.

What’s going on in Bad Salzuflen?

In 1914, Salzuflen became a spa and health resort and has since then built an excellent reputation. Offers of the Vital Centre include wellness programs as well as traditional balneo-physical therapies such as massages, baths and wraps. A team of expert trainers, physiotherapists and masseurs are looking forward to your visit.  
From April to October the 10ha spa gardens are ideal for outdoor activities such as respiratory exercises, Qi Gong, water wading or singing and dancing.  The spa gardens are also an island of peace and calm embedded in green lawns, water pools, river and lake.  

VitalSol Therme in Bad Salzuflen offers six indoor and two outdoor pools filled with Salzuflen thermal water on 1,700 m2.  An athletic challenge provides the competition pool and second outdoor pool with flow channel. Afterwards find ultimate relaxation with the underwater massage bench or a warm steam from a unique rain cloud. A huge sauna area with eight different saunas and a varied wellness programme complete the offer at VitalSol.

The various hospitals with various diagnostic as well as therapeutic offers and the surrounding of the Bad Salzuflen are ideal for medical rehabilitation and spa programmes.

The town’s landmark is the big graduation tower. Following eight months of construction, the 80m AdventureGraduationTower was reopened in 2007. A solid timber stair leads to a viewing platform boasting a stunning view of the graduation tower, Bad Salzuflen’s resort architecture and the spa gardens. The salty air inside the graduation tower helps to recuperate and to relax, so take a deep breath.

What’s the weather like in Bad Salzuflen?

Average yearly temperature is 9.3° Celsius, average yearly precipitation is 803.3 mm. June sees the most rain, October the least. July and August are the hottest months of the year, while January and February are the coldest.

Where to eat in Bad Salzuflen?

Bad Salzuflen features a vast array of restaurants, bistros, cafes, pubs and bars. To get a general idea have a look at the catering brochure “Pure Gastlichhkeit”, here you will find the perfect restaurant.  You can also check the new “Pure-Gastlichkeit” online edition for the right culinary experience.