Rajaportti sauna in Pispala, Tampere, built in 1906, is the oldest public sauna still in use in Finland. The Sauna takes you on a time travel to the Finnish sauna culture. The massive masonry stove is the heart of the sauna. Meter-long logs are needed to make the stones glow red. Löyly, the spirit of the sauna, spreads out and lasts for the whole evening. First stern and dry, the löyly gets more gentle, moist and subtle later in the evening. There is space for 15-20 people on each side at a time. In the house across the inner yard there is a cosy café, which is open at the same time as the sauna.