Trombeta Bath – Lisbon, Portugal

Have you ever considered visiting Lisbon? If so, this post will make you jump on a plane to this awesome, beautiful city. I had no big hopes for Lisbon when it comes to a gay sauna. After all, I was quite disappointed with what neighboring Spain had to offer. Luckily, this was a welcoming surprise!... Continue Reading →


Spartakus Sauna & Fitness – Kraków , Poland

This place is one of those places where you have the lowest expectations possible, but then you encounter a lovely surprise. After all, this is Krakow. Not even the current Polish capital, so I had my hesitations before I took upon myself to visit Spartakus. And on a weekday! Spartakus is designed as an old... Continue Reading →

Alexander Sauna – Athens, Greece

Let's start by saying that I am already planning my next visit to Athens. Such a magical city. Don't get me wrong, it has many ugly sides - but I was always known for my attraction to sexy-ugly, be it men, fashion or locations! Apparently. So the city of Athens is kind of like a... Continue Reading →

Römersauna – Vienna, Austria

Vienna's Römersauna is what I like to call a boutique sauna - it's rather small and doesn't include all the fancy facilities, but it is well maintained and has all you need to relax and have fun. The place is flawlessly clean (as you'd expect in Vienna) and hosts a mixed crowd of hot guys.... Continue Reading →

Reno’s Relax – Zürich, Switzerland

Reno's Relax is the sweet spot for any homosexual who is turned on by mature man. It is also a place where local German and French speaking men chill and spend their day. I have visited here after the lovely Moustache Sauna and you cannot ignore the differences.

Moustache Sauna

So what do we have at Moustache sauna? There is a dry sauna and a dry bio-sauna, whatever that is. To me it just feels like the temperature is far less than in the regular one. There is of course a nice size wet sauna with an in-sauna TV screen which I thought was a nice touch.


Sundeck was a pleasant surprise. It all starts when they ask you to choose the color of the towel which I thought is a nice feature(later I found out its a swiis gay sauna thing). Then continues when you are given an electronic bracelet key. All you need to do is place it close to your locker and the locker automatically opens up. The place is actually really nice and most of it is covered with a wall-to-wall rug, which I thought was refreshing, and easy on your "saunad-out" feet.

Chariots Vauxhall

I have been in the Vauxhall Chariots before. Last time I was here, a few years back, this place was super empty. This time, it was a Sunday afternoon, and still - not as crowded as I would expect. Maybe this is more of an after party place which explains the thorough inspection performed for each person requesting to enter. Water bottles are confiscated.

Deutsche Eiche Sauna

This is quite a unique place. To begin with, it is a full on gay sauna, located within a hotel. But it is not a gay hotel! It is a nice 3 star hotel listed on and all the other accommodation websites. It really makes you believe that only in Munich can something like this exist. And no word about the germans... 🙂

Badehaus Babylon Cologne

What can I say? This place is absolutely gorgeous and it's huge too! Even in the outside of this place before you get in, there is a TV screen showing some promotional videos of the inside which looks spectacular. Once you go in you get your key and you can turn right to see a bunch of lockers on two floors. If you go left you will notice the big nice semi circular bar that offers plenty of cocktails, Great food etc.


NZ really understands what this whole scene is all about. This place has been given tons of thought, care and attention possible. It's in the modern urban design but mostly you can find it in the little things such as the small white mint flavored candy spread throughout for your refreshment or the lube endless dispensers in the dark rooms and cabins.


What I liked best about this place is the variety of guys. All coming from different parts of the world, mostly for business, making it exciting to discover who came from which part of the world.

The Watergarden

Secondly, there are no booths. There are rooms. All rooms costs money to accommodate. These rooms have clean lenings and all. Its like hotel rooms. But whats the point in renting your own room? The whole thing is being able to walk around and just spontaneously get into one of the rooms with someone you desire...


Nice big jacuzzi. The size can make it a pool even. Theres this new aluminium bars spreaded to allow laying down on the surface of the water. Nice feature. Overall, this is a good sauna. Good size, nice atmosphere. A few tweaks and it could get back to its glamour days.

Sweatbox Soho

So my boyfriend and I visited this place more than once and it defiantly is popular. There are a lot of hot guys of all kinds, so it is popular for sure. It is pretty much packed whenever you come so that can never be a bad thing. But if you care about hygiene at all, or if you are smell sensitive - well how can I put this? Prepare yourself for a hard journey and not in the good way.

Viva Sauna

This one looks pretty new. Spotless clean and with an amazing smell like a flower garden is growing beneath. beautiful glass doors were built-in to its corner which also makes this dry sauna a bit more special.

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