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Best Hamams in Istanbul

Experience the bathing ceremonies of the ancient Ottoman sultans in this magnificent Turkish bath in Istanbul.

Istanbul is famous for its Asian influence, which is a city where European  culture is welcomed. As a result, traditions are unique to Turkey and rarely  found elsewhere in the world; this concept is no more valid than the city’s  ancient baths. Once there were 237 baths in Istanbul, today 60’s are still in  use. Traditionally, Turkish baths followed a three-stage process, a sauna and  steam bath, and then washed a full body; often completed with a massage.

Today in Istanbul, the bathing process has been adapted and developed to include  various spa treatments combined with hours spent with steam and sauna-ing. We  have tried the best luxurious baths in the city and we chose you the best … And relax.

Kılıç Ali Paşa Hamamı

Kılıç Ali Pasha Bath, built in the 16th century by Mimar Sinan as part of the  mosque and school complex in Tophane, has recently been restored with a rigorous  7-years project.

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The hammam works like women – only between 08:00 and 16:00, for men only between  4:00 and 11:30, so make a session before entering. Enjoy the soaked brush in the  hands of the armor and cool quiet quieter relaxation area before leaving the  slice of quince.

Ayasofya Hürrem Sultan Hamamı

The bath built in 1556 by Mimar Sinan in the name of Hürrem Sultan, the wife of  Kanuni Sultan Süleyman, is an exceptional architectural piece consisting of two  domes and 75 meters long male and female sections of the same axis.

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The restored hammam offers traditional rituals as well as massage treatments in  historical and luxurious surroundings. Sign in and take advantage of the amazing  benefits of centuries-old Ottoman bathing ceremonies.

Cemberlitas Hamamı

The Vezirhan monument and the Köprülü Mahmud Pasha Mosque, the Cemberlitas Bath  which is located between the schools and the tombs, is worth seeing even if it  has a history. The bath was built for Nurbanu Sultan in 1584 and has been  restored since then, but you can also feel history as you pass through the
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Visit the Hamam, which is open from 06:00 to 24:00, when it is most convenient  for you, no reservation is required.

Sura Hotel Turkish Hamam

33,000 steps to visit Old Istanbul. It can take two or three days to wander around the historic peninsula. In the meantime, you will need to clarify your body and rest. Leave yourself to the masters of master masters and let them pamper you!

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The Turkish Bath and Spa as well as the world’s best massage methods can be enjoyed at the Sura Hotels facilities.

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