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The Luitpoldbad was the largest bathhouse in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. The Luitpoldbad was built from 1868 to 1871 as a single-storey building complex. There were 120 bathing cabins for the guests. The Luitpoldbad was thus the largest bathhouse in Europe. Today, the building houses the Bad Kissinger casino, the restaurant La Canchanchara and several authorities in the rear. Here the lower floors are open to the public and in original preserved rooms you can relive the bathhouse flair of bygone times. The idyllic location in the 120,000 square metre Luitpoldpark still gives this building a special charm today. It was built according to the plans of the Munich architect Prof. Albert Geul in the neo-Renaissance style. The newly designed and architecturally very attractive courtyard is used for various cultural events, especially in summer.

  • Accessibility
  • Own parking space
    Own parking space
  • Customer toilet
    Customer toilet
  • Restaurant nearby
    Restaurant nearby

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