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Terasse Thermal Römerbad
Austria

Located right next to the slopes the Römerbad is the most famous spa in Kleinkirchheim, a perfect place to end a skiing or hiking day in the surrounding mountains. The outdoor pool is open at all seasons, as do the smaller pools from the sauna area.

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