Built in 1928, Kalma is Tallinn's oldest public sauna. It was designed with pride and features a fantastic Art Deco facade and is filled with the ambience that only a historic public bath could have. In fact, their men's sauna is actually the only public sauna in town that uses the traditional method of wood heating. Two private saunas are also available for hourly rent, both have very cosy relaxation rooms and one has a small dipping pool. Kalma is truly an experience and is merely a five-minute walk away from the Old Town walls. Men €10 - 11/person, women €8.50 - 10/person.