Istanbul Turkish Bath is a special kind of originally Turkish baths where all the inhabitants of the country have been bathing since the 7th century. While Europe was literally drowning in mud and even there was not enough drinking water, a whole system of water supply and public baths had already been built here, where you could not only take a bath and wash away dirt, but also get an amazing boost of energy and vitality throughout the day. According to legends, Hamam perfectly heals the soul and body, helps in the fight against stress and nervous tension, and perfectly regenerates and regulates the sleep-wake cycle.
A stay in the majestic city is not complete without a visit to one of the many steam rooms. An interesting fact about this location is that because it is considered a clean place, you cannot, for example, gossip or swear.
To this day, there is a special structure in these places. Jamegah is a special place for getting dressed and relaxing, you can have a snack right away, the soukluk is a drying room, a kind of “wardrobe”, and finally saja fang is a huge bath room. As a rule, there are two different bath rooms for women with children and for men.
Istanbul Turkish Bath Tour price is 35 Euro with Massage – 50 Euro without Massage
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
Tour days: Daily
Tour duration: Any Time Between 10:00 and 18:00
Istanbul Hotels Transfer: Pick up from your hotel
Our guests must go to the meeting point on their own as this trip does not include hotel transportation. Please arrive at the specified time. In the building, you will be greeted by the site staff and you will enjoy a nice session.
Cemberlitas Hamamı, the institution is one of the most famous Turkish Turkish baths. This is because it was built during the Ottoman period and has been in full operation since 1584. It is located in the heart of the city, so getting there won’t be a problem. You will do it quickly. When it was built it was a double bath, with two similar areas for men and women.
There were two entrances back then, but now all visitors enter through the same door and are escorted to the appropriate bathhouse. Impressive architecture and décor will delight you as soon as you enter. There is a three-column, six-line monument at the top of the entrance. Take a moment to watch and love this Turkish Bath, which also serves as a historical landmark.
These authentic baths are a great place to relax and learn new things as they can provide information about the bathing culture of the Ottoman era. Hammams have been using the same procedures for many years, maintaining their individuality and atmosphere. Also, be prepared to experience a deep, total sense of peace as soon as you step in. The entire approach to treatment is designed to help you soothe your mind and body. Now you can benefit from all these amazing things.
The treatment begins with a visit to a hot room. You will be welcomed into a marble chamber with high heat and steam. Relax on the stone and enjoy the peace of mind while your skin prepares for treatments. The steam will also help remove toxins and widen the skin pores.
Then, after a moment of relaxation, the staff will suggest a full body scrub. They will scrub your body with a special glove and remove dead cells from your skin, cleaning every part of your skin, leaving it hygienic and completely relaxed.
After peeling, your skin will undergo a foam massage to help smooth it. With gentle, massage movements, the staff will use the soap and form a foam around you that will help you relax even more. Feel the pleasant scents and relax!
Washing the body is the final step in this direction. The staff will start pouring water over your now silky soft skin. You will get fresh feelings. Then, after your body has been cleansed, you will have some free time to rest before ending the session.
Without oil massage: 35 Euro
With Oil massage: 50 Euro
During your stay at the Turkish Bath in Istanbul you can purchase additional services / service packages.
It is recommended to visit the Turkish bath on the first or second day of your vacation to prepare your skin for a beautiful and even tan.
A visit to the Turkish bath in Istanbul itself takes 1.5 hours.
Either the Turkish bath has two sections, one for each gender, or it admits men and women at different times of the day. Men usually strip completely and wear nothing under the bathrobe. …Women, on the other hand, mostly wear their underwear (but often not their bra) under the bath cover.
Attendants usually provide visitors with a peshtemal, a thin cotton cloth for wrapping, and a regular towel for bathing. It is ok to bring swimsuit or bikinis. However, as few others – and not Turks – will wear anything, it is not recommended for the real experience.