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Water og Wellness Flintholm

Water og Wellness Flintholm Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark
Water & Wellness Flintholm in Frederiksberg is one of the newest public swimming baths in Copenhagen. The new building includes 6 floors with space for plenty of activities. In addition to the swimming facilities, the building also houses a cafe and a sports hall.   

For children this swimming pool is a true pure paradise. The tropical setting includes a large fun-pool with 29 degrees hot water. Here the children can enjoy many water activities. The large roller coaster takes the children on a 3-meter drop, which surely gives a good sensation in your stomach. For the little ones is a baby basin, which is 33 degrees hot.   

If you are looking exercise and a long swim, the swimming pool is worth a visit. The 25-meter long basin is 27 degrees hot and has eight lanes.   A long swim can be easily combined with a little pampering of the body and mind. Dagna Spa & Wellness is a Nordic universe for adults who need relaxing treatments in a quiet environment.   

If you get hungry while visiting Water & Wellness Flintholm, there is direct access to Cafe Flindt, which serves light dishes.
 
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