I felt very uncomfortable and kind of tricked because it wasn't until we wanted to go into the saunas and they got our money that they were kicking us out for NOT being nude. The pool is very nice and you are allowed to wear a bathing suit there but I mostly went for the saunas and was very upset I couldn't go unless I went in nude. They were just yelling at me that "everywhere is same! S, and in Mexico and never was it required to strip down. If that's your thing I'm fine with it but never was I kicked out for wearing a bathing suit and the people were very closed minded and rude. If you go to a spa Olimje, you can really relax. Massages are incredibly good.
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We paid 25 euros each to use the pools and saunas for 3 hours and it was well worth it. There is We opted for a package which included a massage, and use of the swimming pools and saunas for 39 euros. The massage was great, it was classified as a 'pain relief' and the masseuse certainly found all my tight spots. She did a great job and I really felt like she was experienced. The swimming pools are ok, not really warm enough, and lots of kids around although we were there on good Friday. There is a lovely outiside pool though, where, when e sun is shining, and your view is the lake, it's pretty special. There are 7 different types of sauna As shy English girls, we struggled with this at first, but in the end we embraced it and it was so relaxing! Would definitely recommend this, the whole experience was great.
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The statues can be viewed anytime , except when access is restricted due to official events. The inside of the building is almost always closed to tourists, but there is an easy way to get a look at the history and artwork inside. I joined a group of about 50 Slovenian senior citizens waiting on the sidewalk. At 10 am, the doors opened and a tour guide beckoned us inside. We had to pass our bags through a metal detector upon entering, but cameras were welcome. My son and I were offered a tour in English.