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Eriksdalsbadet, Stockholm

(3.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Eriksdalsbadet is the biggest swimming centre in Stockholm, Sweden The outdoor pool was built for the 1962 European Aquatics Championships on the site of a former sewage treatment facility. The new Eriksdalsbadet was built 1999 and was designed by architect Björn Thynberger.It has: 25 m swimming pool with a depth of mostly 2.5 m but it varies due to a specially-constructed raisable floor. Hosting FINA Swimming World Cup and Arena Diving Champions Cup annually.50 m pool (Olympic size swimming pool) with a depth of 2.20 m at the edges and 2.60 m in the middle of the pool50 m outdoor poolbubble poolslearning pool"Lilla bassängen", the small pool, also with a raisable floor, most commonly 90 cm deepdiving tower with 3.5 m and 10 m high platformsan adventure world for children The water temperature is usually 27 degrees Celsius.SK Neptun, Stockholmspolisens IF, SoIK Hellas, Stockholms KK and Spårvägens SF all use Eriksdalsbadet for training.
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  • Bright and beautiful pool, this Sunday was 50 m closed pga competitions. No problem just to bash 25anisyället
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  • The city's only real simarena. Good swimlanes for the workout and practice laps. Unfortunately, it's terribly crowded during holidays and summer. The load can be seen in the showers, toilets etc is pretty worn out and unfortunately, showers and changing rooms periodically be quite big. The water park is always fun for the kids but oxå here it could get crowded in high season and weekends. As a whole is the bath nicely designed and there is plenty of space around the pools.
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  • This has nothing to do with the bath house, but those that are there and visit. Order and rules have been complied with is not. Many have not themselves conduct about how to behave in public baths. Hygiene. Showering BEFORE you jump into the pool. In swimming lengths follow bounces. Moreover, the plant is really good.
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  • If you enjoy water, this is the place for you. In the summer there are up to four outdoor pools for kids and adults alike, with large chessboards and volley ball courts both in shade and direct sunlight. Plus there is an amazing year round facility inside with very reasonably priced entry fees. Weight lifting and exercising areas, saunas, and whirlpools are also available upon entry. Be sure to bring a lock for you belongings because once you get in you wont want to leave early :)
  • High chances of robbery here. Got affected by it myself and know others too who were as well. Make sure that you securely lock your personal items before you test the waters. The staff is quite friendly, otherwise. And the facilities for swimming are pristine.
  • Amazing facility! A little pricey, maybe. But AMAZING!
  • Probably the best swimming complex in Stockholm area, but water is too cold for me and it was incredibly crowded during our visit on a Sunday afternoon. No camera allowed policy sucks!
  • Best pool in Sthlm. 50m outdoors in summer is a personal favorite.