Recommendation by Lemi
Opened in 1928, Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall is Finland’s first and oldest public swimming hall. It’s architecture exemplifies Nordic classicism, as seen in the soaring archways and Juliet balconies that frame the 25-meter heated pool. Men and women are allowed access to the swimming facility at certain times of the week. Check the schedule before dropping by! After a few laps in the water, head upstairs to relax in an electric, wood-heated, steam, or infrared sauna. Yrjönkatu also has private saunas for guests who’d rather relax on their own.