Poland is not a very sauna-friendly place compared to Germany or Czech Republic. If you're staying at a spa hotel here you're likely to see people entering the saunas in flip-flops and bathing suits. So if in Silesia region of Poland and enjoy a true sauna experience, visit Czeladz with this spa center. The rooms are decorated in a bit kitschy manner but services and offer is professional - you get Finnish saunas, steam baths, a hot tub in kind of a salt cave, tubs with ice cold water, nice showers and resting places. They also have a sauna house outside of the main building where they can fit around 100 people for an Aufguss (a typical German sauna tradition where they put water on hot stones to increase temperature and then wave towels at participants to help them sweat it all out, sometimes done with music and humour) and after you can get outside in the cold pool (great in the winter). There is also a small indoor swimming pool and some spa services such as massage. Worth spending a whole day there, just relaxing.
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