Allas Sea Pool
103 locals recommend ·
About this place
Allas Sea Pool brings pools, saunas, restaurant, wellness and culture services for the travellers and citizens of Helsinki by the sea in the heart of Finland's capital. Terrace is open now, pools and saunas open in August.
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Allas Sea Pool is a garden-like oasis in the heart of Helsinki with a large pool area and magnificent saunas. Allas is run completely by renewable energy. In addition to swimming, bathing in the saunas and good food, Allas Sea Pool offers many options for wellness. Spending a perfect day at Allas…
Go to swim In the center of Helsinki! No matter is it winter or summer, water is heated!
Go for a outdoor swimm in a heated pool and sauna. What a nice way to start a day!
Swimming outdoors and enjoying finnish sauna is quite an experience, whether it's summer or winter. The bar on top of the building is a great place to catch last rays of sunshine during summer.
Famous with tourist and it located near in Helsinki Marketplace. There is two swimming pools and in winter time it is nice to wats Helsinki from outdoor swimming pool. One minus is that The place is quite small in the locker room. Take your own (= ours ) towels and swimming suites with you.
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