Saunas and baths are relaxing ways to relieve stress. After a busy day at work, it’s always nice to sit in a sauna or baths to relax those tired and tense muscles. How wonderful would that be? However as much as we want to do this often, time is not always available but if you want to be adventurous on your next trip to the sauna then you should read this article!
Ever wonder what kind of saunas or baths other countries have? If you are then you are in luck! In this article we will show the top seven saunas and baths around the world. So if you are planning to travel somewhere, take note of these trip-worthy saunas and baths all over the world.
1. Floating Sauna in Rosendal, Norway
This sauna was constructed in 2002 specifically for the community of Rosendal, Norway. This sauna in Hardangerfjord serves as the democratic centerpoint for this community. The walls are designed to be transparent and pulsating as the steam rises up from the water thrown to the hot stones. When the sauna is hot, everything in the village can be seen. This sauna can be reached through swimming or with a rowing boat. The floor is designed to be open to the sea (that’s why it’s called floating) thus making it possible to have a dip inside the sauna. It is a known fact that Norwegians and Finnish cannot live without saunas, so this structure is a bond between two cultures. The floating sauna is designed by Casagrande & Rintala with Västlands Kunstakademiet