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How to get to Therme Erding by car
At the Therme Erding you can spend relaxing holiday moments under palm trees and plan your journey comfortably by public transport or by car.
Erding is located about 36 km northeast of Munich and can be accessed with the S2 and via 3 motorways. From Munich the travel time to the world's largest spa is only 30 - 45 minutes.
By the way, parking at Therme Erding is free of charge. If you arrive by car, there are 600 parking spaces in the open area and another 1,050 parking spaces in our car park.
There are also free parking spaces for mobile homes (without electricity and disposal facilities). Purchasing an admission ticket to the Therme Erding allows you to use the designated parking spaces for one night. Alternatively you can visit the Caravan Park Erding (with supply units).
From west and north Munich (A 9):
Take the Mittlerer Ring road or the A 99 motorway to the München Nord junction, change to the A 9 travelling in the Nürnberg direction and take the next off-ramp at Garching Süd. Follow the road signs to Erding. Before Erding, follow the brown THERME ERDING signs that will lead you to your right turn onto Thermenallee.
From south and east Munich (A 94):
Take the A 94 motorway until the 9a off-ramp (Markt Schwaben). Drive east in the direction of Munich Airport. Take the Erding-Süd/München/Dorfen off-ramp in the direction of the B 388. Keep right so you can turn onto the B 338 in the direction of Erding-Süd/Dorfen, and then turn left at the next opportunity. Follow this road for about 1 km and then turn right onto Thermenallee.
From the north (A 92):
Take the Erding off-ramp or, if coming from the north-west, the Airport turn-off. Follow this road in the direction of Erding. In Erding, follow the brown THERME ERDING signs. THERME ERDING is in the south of Erding, to the west of Altenerding, right on the B 388. You do not have to drive into the town of Erding itself.