Sauna: Kaiserbrundl

Info…

Address: Weihburggasse 18,1010 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Phone:+43 1 513 32 93
Website:http://www.kaiserbruendl.at/en/
e-mail: office@kaiserbruendl.at

Ден:

Работно време:

Вход/Цена:

Събития/Промоции:

Петък:

21:00 – 06:00

10лв

Събота:

14:00 – 06:00

10лв

Неделя:

14:00 – 06:00

10лв

преди 18:00 - 7лв

входа не вкл. джапанки и кърпа,
за тях се доплаща 4 лева

вход за студенти – 7 лева
/необходимо е да покажете
студентска книжка, карта или др. документ,
който доказва, че сте студент/


вход за момчета до 22 години – 10лв за двама

What’s inside?:

Restaurant, bar, lounge, spa with sauna, massage, wintergarden and different relaxation rooms.The restaurant is open daily from 15 pm until 2 hours before closing time. We serve “cross over” food and some traditionals. You can see the menu HERE

History:

The Kaiserbruendl-Herrensauna (the former Centralbad) has always been known to be the oldest and most elegant bathing establishment in Vienna. The unusual depth and wealth of the house-owned well was appreciated even by the Romans, proven by the discovery of coins showing the illustrous heads of the emperors Heliogabal and Alexander Severus.

In the 19th century the “Centralbad” (by that time the only remaining bath house in the city centre) grew to be a place of greatest social prestige. In order to remember the visits of the three imperial majesties Franz Josef of Austria, Don Pedro the Second of Brazil and Nasir-ad-Din, it was renamed into “Kaiserbruendl”, meaning the “Emperors’ Well”.

The Kaiserbruendl is a historic turkish bath, opening its doors in 1889 for the first time. It’s located in the historic city center, a few steps from St. Stephen’s Cathedral and right next to the Franciscans’ Monastery – these fact itself is already erotical…..

The gay younger brother of Emperor Franz Joseph, Archduke Ludwig Viktor (1842–1919), who was tenderly called “Luziwuzi” by his friends, and who was commonly known at Court for his malicious tongue and his faible for women’s clothes frequently visited the “Centralbad” (today the Kaiserbrundl) and caused a big scandal wh…en an officer of the Austrian army slapped him in the face after Luziwuzi had made advances.

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