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Public saunas can be found throughout the Netherlands and Flanders, both in major cities and in smaller municipalities. These saunas are called Sauna, Thermen, Thermae or Spa and can be regarded as public bath houses. Since every Dutch and Flemish house has a bath room these public saunas are a luxury, not a necessity. There are around public saunas in the Netherlands alone.
The sauna culture is not seasonal and these saunas are open year-round. Most saunas open later in the morning and close around PM or midnight. Some saunas will charge by the hour, but most saunas have fixed prices for a full day or part of the day. Massages and other body treatments and food and drinks are to be paid extra, usually at the end of the sauna day. In most saunas, one can also rent towels, slides and bath robes. For body treatments and massages it is the norm to make a reservation in advance.
Usually the sauna rooms tend to be quite hot and dry compared to saunas in other cultures. Public saunas are mixed gender in the Netherlands and Flanders. Some saunas have a regular women-only part of the day. There are some saunas that have a minimum age limit between 12 and 16 on some or all days. Some sauna establishments allow children and people of all ages together. Some other saunas reserve special hours for children between 2 and 5 years and the usual minimum age limit, with saunas of lower temperature.
Children are required to be potty trained , or sporadically in some establishments to wear a swim diaper, to be allowed in though and often a swimming certificate is obligated.
Children under 2 years old are, for health concerns, not allowed in the heated areas. Also children are more vulnerable to hypothermia and hyperthermia because of their smaller body proportions and to assure their safety in the cold bath and hot rooms a supervising adult is expected to be present at all times when using these. Pre-elementary school children may have not yet gotten their swimming certificates and require for that reason supervision when using the pools. Some saunas allow for health concerns hypo- and hyperthermia, vasodilation, tachycardia no children under 12—16 years at all.