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    The Badeschiff, an amazing floating swimming pool in Berlin.Add this to your #Berlin #travel #BucketList. Discover and collect amazing bucket lists created by local experts in "City is Yours" http://www.cityisyours.com/explore. #list #hotel

  • Erika Mush

    Yesterday, Apartment Therapy featured 10 of the world's best hotel pools. But maybe you love a good swim, but aren't able to pony up for a pricey hotel. Never fear! Here are eight amazing places to take a soak, from public pools to natural swimming holes, that are all open to the public.

  • Naomi Ludmilla Ruslim

    The Badeschiff, Berlin, is a public pool on a barge in the River Spree, overlooking the city. During the winter, the pools are covered so swimming can continue year-round. Image from Arsema. Entry is only 4 euros.

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