The Turkish bath is a place, where physical and spiritual cleaning takes place and is hundreds of years old.
In 1741 Istanbul built its first public bath house in Sultan Mehmet. Natural lighting and izonic colored tiles create a relaxing atmosphere.
When entering to Turkish bath, you leave all the hastiness of daily life outside, you exchange your clothes for a waistcloth and adorn the traditional clogs.
Inside temperature reach up to 50 degrees celcius under the central dome of the building.
This heat and humidite opens the pores of body and extracts the fatty anoils of the body in preperation for your scrub down and amassage by the attendant.
After a gentle soap massage you leave the bath place with towels and pass to resting room.
Here, tea is offered to you. You leave the Turkish Bath renewed, beautiful and refreshed.
What is included
Taking bath in the Turkish Bath