South Korea

March 2, 2017 in News Tags: ,

The typical Hammam is a place of communication, nowhere else more cooks the rumor mill and the news are hotter. That you can access a naked man not in the bag, seems to be the credo for business deals in Scandinavia. Also in the Nordic countries, the sauna is a place to foster social contacts, not only in private matter. Who here treats herself to a sweat bath, ear witness of a heated discussion between head and switched on or upon the conclusion of a contract of two parties is perhaps. By the way: In Finland, there is even a sauna in the House. Social contacts in the sauna? Absent in Central America, especially the southern Mexico and Guatemala.

Here, you prefer it alone to sauna. Cosmopolitan saunas should note following rule: the higher the average temperature in the vacation country, the lower the temperature in the sauna. In Africa, for example, the sauna temperatures are lower than it is accustomed to the saunas from Germany. It’s different in the frosty Russia. At temperatures of Russia tourists up to 115 degrees in the conventional sauna is certainly quite warm to the heart. “Tip: frozen Birch branches to tee-off” take the body, so the circulation is stimulated. Also the common sauna for both genders in public saunas is uncommon in many countries.

Very very strictly enforced this rule in South Korea. Here there are no exception, men and women sweat separately. A sauna rule but is internationally the same: even if the infusion with vodka or other spirits, as beverage alcohol in the sauna does not belong. Pleasant sweat! Information about the top 10 Spa Hotels at here:… About, is the world’s most visited website of the hotel and the global hotel specialist. The global hotel portfolio comprises 80,000 quality hotels. A customer finds the same booking at another provider competitive rates, will refund the difference in price. In addition to has one of the largest independent staff of the industry and thus provides an objective description of the hotels bookable on Travelers can book online at or via the telephone hotline 0180 500 93 42 (14 cents per minute) when one of the German-speaking call center employees.

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