The Finns' beloved passion of spending their free time sweating in wooden huts above 200 Fahrenheit (90°C) is something they share with their Estonian brothers. The Iglupark is a unique concept in the hippest part of Tallinn, where life circles around saunas.
Iglupark is a new project consisting of three main elements; igluoffice, iglusaunas, and iglucabins.
Unlike traditional igloos, these are built of wood shingles, not ice. But you can still pretend to be Inuit if you want, without the need to hunt for walruses. Instead, you can visit one of the many great nearby eateries in this vibrant part of the city.
The mix of connectedness to nature, creativity, functionality, and love of the sauna is typical of the Estonian lifestyle. Iglupark thus offers its visitors a unique opportunity to experience Tallinn like a local.