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Wave the Worgler Wasserwelt is the largest and most adventurous poolside of Tirol in Austria. We offer various pools, a double looped waterslide, solebath and more than 2000sqm sauna area. We are open daily and offer free childcare during your visit.
We had a half day sledging then came here for 1pm for a couple of hours, on a Saturday afternoon. The place was fairly empty. Outdoor pool was lovely and warm, the saunas, in a Thai themed quiet area, were lovely and you can keep...More
We came today (Saturday) evening after a really snowy day. Ditched the skiing, had a lazy day and drove here for the relaxing dead sea salt pool. It was nothing but relaxing, overcrowded, and loud, people shouting. The lights were turned right up and it...More
We went there with big expectations as my son wanted to experiences 2nd level of the tube toboggan. But it was out of order. Nobody told us even at the entrance when buying tickets.
Even worse, my son hurt his back in the operating tube...More
If you stay in the Tyrol you get a visitor card which gives you 2.5 hours access to most of the facilities here. You pay extra for the Sauna complex and the "Isla Sole" (a sort of Dead Sea recreation).
For the free access you...More
we have just returned from here ,great for a rainy day or in the hot sun both indoor and outdoor pools,great waterslides but beware you are charged when you leave to use the double loop 2 euros a go,
great outdoor pool one relaxing pool...More
Salt bath is incredible and great after a day of skiing! The double loop water slide was similarly a great experience and pretty scary! It's a shame you had to pay extra to do the things once inside on top of your entry which was...More
We visited "The Wave" when the weather was particularly dreadful and skiing was not really an option. The swimming pools are fun and suitable for children. Ticket prices are good value and if you get access to the spa/sauna, it's huge! They use a bracelet...More