"Elisenbrunnen (Elisa Spa)" Elisenbrunnen Tip by Leipzig

Elisenbrunnen, Aachen: 15 reviews and 37 photos

  Elisenbrunnen (Elisa Spa)
by Leipzig

Elisenbrunnen (Elisa Spa) was formerly a thermal pump room and colonnade, built in neo-classical style by the Prussian architect Schinkel in 1822. One can really smell the Aachen hermal water here. It flows into two marble basins at the back of the rotunda. The water smells a little bit of bad eggs due to its high sulphur content. The Elisenbrunnen was named after crown princess Elisabeth, the wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV.

Address: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz, 52062 Aachen,
Website: http://www.aachen.de

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2004
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