The Biggest Sauna in the World: Therme Erding
Therme Erding, just north of Munich, was voted Germany’s best sauna in the online sauna guide. This unique spa features 18 saunas with different themes and temperatures spanning from 95 degrees Fahrenheit to 212 degrees Fahrenheit. They offer a rose sauna and citrus scented sauna for aromatherapy as well as a mediation sauna. There is even a Finnish log cabin sauna with kelo wood walls and a fireplace. Plenty of showers and cold bathtubs help to cool visitors off after all the heat and steam treatments. One shower is in the shape of a 15 foot tall bundle of calla lilies and spouts 80 gallons of water.
This indoor haven of warmth, relaxation, and rejuvenation also features pools, hot tubs, foot baths, whirlpools, and mineral baths underneath its massive dome in the middle of Bavarian farmland.
Some women-only saunas also offer yogurt and honey facial masks. One that is for men only offers small weissbiers (Bavarian specialty beer). Another is built like a salt grotto and bathers are given Himalayan salt to soften their skin. Lastly, there is a sauna where loafs of bread bake.
All pictures courtesy of Therme Erding
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