As mentioned from Irma spring is coming and the days are getting warmer.

So it was the last chance for me to experience one of the most famous Swedish free time activities: Enjoying a hot sauna when it is cold outside. Of course, you can go to a sauna the whole year but when you are already sweating before you enter it, the fun is not the same.

There are many choices and even some student houses have their own sauna. I decided to go with some friends to Bjerret, a small village at the sea side next to Lund. On the beach at the end of a pier is a popular sauna together with a restaurant. The reason for its popularity is the few over Malmö next to the Öresund Bridge and that you can take a short dive in the ice cold sea after you have  tanked up enough heat.

Further information you can find here:



This entry was posted in Around campus, Student life, Swedish culture and traditions. Bookmark the permalink.

Write a Comment

* Required