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Yrjönkadun uimahall

If there is any one thing that is quintessentially Finnish, it would have to be the sauna. For that reason, we recommend you pay one a visit if you should ever find yourself in Finland. Yrjönkadun Uimahallissa can be found in a beautiful art déco building of both historic and architectural value whose exterior has remained unchanged for decades but whose interior was fully renovated in 1997.
Until a short while ago, the use of bathing costumes in saunas was not allowed. However, that changed in 2001 and people can now decide whether they want to wear one or not, although men and women have to go on different days: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for men; and Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays for women.

Prices: 30min./€20; 60min./€40; 90min./€60.
Opening times: Monday: 12:00-20:00; Tuesday-Saturday: 06:30-20:00; Sunday 09:00-20:00

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