Sauna World

Warm-up and increase your immunity in the infra sauna, in both dry and steam saunas complete with cooling and experience showers and even an ice cave.

Take a look at our advantageous special packages which include sauna entrances: special packages.


Dry sauna

Staying in a dry sauna is quite demanding on the body, therefore only healthy people should use the dry sauna. The temperature here is between 100 and 110 degrees Celsius and the humidity is minimal. It’s excellent for regeneration, total physical and mental rest. Rapid heating and subsequent cooling widen and narrow the blood vessels, making them more flexible.



Steam sauna

The steam sauna temperature is 60 °C at most, the humidity is 80 percent or more. It’s less demanding on the body, therefore it’s also suitable for people with some health problems who can’t use the classic sauna. The effects of steam cleanses your skin and remove toxins from your body. Inhaling steam dampens the airways, releases the locomotive system muscles and strengthens the immune system.




15 min. = 100 CZK (1 person)

It’s a specific type of sauna that’s becoming increasingly popular nowadays. As a heat source, infrared heaters are used instead of stoves. In infrasaunas, you breathe air at a temperature of no more than 60 degrees and the humidity is between 30 and 50%, which isn’t so demanding on the body. Sweating is more intense because infrared radiation penetrates deep into tissues. For this reason, it isn’t necessary to repeat the warm-up and cooling cycle as you would in the Finnish sauna. Infrasaunas are particularly suitable for athletes, but they can also be used by anyone who needs help with flu and colds, cellulite, calorie reduction and therefore weight loss, as well as rheumatic problems along with a number of other health problems.


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