Carbon dioxide, saltwater and mud have been used as natural remedies at the Pyrmont state spa for more than 500 years now. Even Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia recognised their effective health benefits.
At Bad Pyrmont, known as the "Valley of Bubbling Springs", visitors can bathe in the saltwater or benefit from its health-boosting properties by drinking it. The water is sourced from seven healing springs, so there's plenty of health benefits to share around. A Pyrmont natural mud bath is also said to be highly effective, boosting the mobility of the joints, relaxing the muscles and stimulating the circulation. The Queen Luise Spa is a highly regarded health centre offering guests preventative health treatments and rehabilitation programmes for a full recovery. And after a treatment there's no better place to relax than in the five-star Hufeland Thermal Baths.