Most of the public saunas are closed from March 16. You can follow saunas’ own social media channels about possible changes.
Whether you are an active sauna-goer or a newbie interested in experiencing authentic Finnish sauna culture, Tampere – the Sauna Capital of the World – is the place to be! Tampere has the largest number of public saunas in Finland.
Our historic gem is the Rajaportti sauna – the oldest still operating public sauna in Finland. The sauna is located in the old workers area in Pispala, and its roots date back to 1906.
If you are looking for a sauna on the lakefront, you should head to the legendary Rauhaniemi or Kaupinoja sauna. Both of them offer possilibility to swim – even in the winter, if you have the guts to take a dip in ice cold water!
In Kaukajärvi lake you can swim in the cleanest waters of Pirkanmaa. The Suomensaari sauna in Lielahti is renowned for its feisty heat and an exceptionally friendly service.
In Tohloppi and in Hervanta, you can get an unique experience in delightful, portable “sauna cottages” by the lake.
At Sauna Restaurant Kuuma you can enjoy a sauna and some good food, and if you want, even take a dip to the lake from the pier, all year round!
In Tampere, every day is a sauna day. We warmly welcome you!