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Spandau has four swimming baths for paddlers or dedicated swimmers. In addition to separate lanes for experienced swimmers, there are also courses for non-swimmers. Or simply let yourself drift under the vaulted ceiling of the Stadtbad Nord: an architectural jewel among Berlin’s swimming baths.

Stadtbad Spandau Nord in Hakenfelde

Radelandstraße 1, 13589 Berlin

  • 27-metre pool, water temperature 28° C
  • 1 separate lane for competitive swimmers
  • Integrated non-swimmer pool
  • Snack machine
  • No dogs allowed

www.berlinerbaeder.de/baeder/stadtbad-spandau-nord/

Getting there

Bus: 145, 671

Sommerbad Staaken-West

Brunsbütteler Damm 443, 13591 Berlin

  • 25-metre pool
  • Non-swimmer pool with children’s slide
  • Landscaped with umbrella fountain
  • Sunbathing lawn
  • Playground
  • Snack bar

www.berlinerbaeder.de/baeder/sommerbad-staaken-west

Getting there

Bus: 32
RE2, RB13
Parking available

Kombibad Spandau Süd in Gatow – indoor and outdoor pools

Gatower Straße 19, 13595 Berlin

  • Indoor pool: 50-meter pool, water temperature 28° C, 2 separate lanes for competitive swimmers, 1-metre and 3-metre diving boards, non-swimmer pool
  • Summer pool: 50-metre pool with diving pool, 1-metre and 3-metre diving boards
  • Landscapes with umbrella fountain, non-swimmer pool with 20-meter slide, paddling pool, sunbathing lawn
  • For people with disabilities: two disabled parking spaces, automatic doors, tactile guide strips for blind/visually impaired people, water wheelchair, water lift
  • Restaurant

Getting there

Bus: 135, 235, 638, 639, X34, X49, 134, 136, 149, 131

Sport Club Sport Centrum Siemensstadt

Buolstraße 14, 13629 Berlin

  • Swimming school for babies, children, adults, beginners, advanced
  • Club swimming
  • Aquafitness and physical therapy
  • Separate lanes
  • Restaurant

www.schwimmen-berlin.de

Getting there

Bus: 123 – bus stop Harriesstraße
Metro: U7 – station Rohrdamm