Sauna Tours

Sauna tours of Happy Guide Helsinki

What would be a more natural way to get into the Finnish culture than visiting a sauna after hearing the story behind this unique and healthy culture as well as seeing some of the main sights of Helsinki? 

Our Helsinki Sights & Sauna Tour offers you a perfect way to do this by walking in the city center's harbour area to see attractions and visiting the new, praised design sauna of Allas Sea Pool with a possibility to dip into one of their pools to swim.

Alternatively we also have one of our long-time favourites, Sunset Sauna Cycle, available to you as an alternative to get a bit deeper into the local sauna culture. On this tour you will see the city a bit further and fully experience one of the classic saunas of the city, which are traditionally located in the old working class neighbourhoods of Helsinki. 

No matter which one you choose, it will surely be something special for you to remember about Finland!

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Helsinki Sights & Sauna Tour

If you wish to see the central attractions of Helsinki and experience the core of Finnish culture all in half a day we have the happiest option for you! On Helsinki Sights & Sauna Tour you will walk through our modern and historical city center and hear interesting stories and anecdotes about our city and nation around it.
After the walk we will give you the real cultural bath by visiting Allas Sea Pool to try Finnish sauna and also a chance to experience how it is to swim in the sea water the whole year around! 
TIME: Every day at 10 AM and 3 PM
With a reservation by 9 pm on the night before (at the latest!)
DURATION: 3-4 hours
PRICE: 55 euros >>> including guide + entrance to Allas Sea Pool  


MEETING POINT: Narinkka 3, Helsinki (Narinkka Square, Kamppi)
WHAT TO TAKE ALONG: swimming suit and a big towel
(although you can rent them at Allas as well)
Private tours also available daily!


  • Allas Sea Pool and its swimming pools
  • Chapel of Silence at our modern center Kamppi
  • Central Railway Station
  • Esplanadi
  • Helsinki Cathedral
  • Kiasma
  • Market Square
  • Music Center
  • Parliament Buildings
  • Senate Square
  • Skywheel
  • Uspenski Russian Church

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Sunset Sauna Cycle


  • Stories and history behind public saunas: from the most traditional to design options
  • Kallio, Kruununhaka, Tervasaari and Merihaka / Hakaniemi areas
  • Bathing at one of the famous public saunas located in the earlier mentioned districts
This tour shows you what this sauna-frenzy nation of Finns is all about! We learn about sauna and the culture behind it while cycling around the recreational areas and islands close to the center of Helsinki. On a magical evening of the setting sun, we will get in touch with the Eastern side of Helsinki center along with such neighborhoods as the hipster district of Kallio, atmospheric Kruununhaka full of Finnish history and functionally modern area of Merihaka / Hakaniemi. We will also make a visit to one of the famous public saunas for a real bathing!
TIME: Every day at 5.30 PM
With a reservation by 9 pm on the night before (at the latest!)
DURATION: 3-4 hours
PRICE: 72 euros >>> 
including the entrance to a public sauna, your guide, bike, helmet & a snack!
MEETING POINT: Narinkka 3, Helsinki (Narinkka Square, Kamppi)
WHAT TO TAKE ALONG: a big towel (can be rented on the spot as well)
The Sauna Sunset Cycle tour is possible to take either by bikes, on public transport or with Nordic walking sticks the whole year around! Private tours also available daily!

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We are proud to announce that our Sunset Sauna Cycle was chosen an Authentic FinRelax Experience of Northern wellness and relaxed unique lifestyle by Visit Finland in 2015. Thank you for support!

“Sunset Sauna Cycle is an excellent example of a well-being service selection which completes a city vacation. Light cycling, combined with city sights and stories as well as the personal experience of a city version of the Finnish sauna ensure that the visitor has a genuinely Finnish well-being experience.”

– Visit Finland