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Due to the political situation in Turkey the managers had to close this Turkish bath. It was a friendly place to go and they would let you spend as much time as you wanted in the bath. Hope they can reopen soon.
This hamam is next ddor to the police station and opposite to a lovely park where you can go for a coffee afterwards. It's 15 euro for a full haham...YES you read that right 15 euro!!!! Take a look at Istanbul prices and also the...More
I headed to this Turkish bath for a relaxing scrub and an authentic Hamam and that is exactly what I got! Staff are friendly and speak basic English. It is a very affordable price, compared to the more touristy ones in Istanbul. Upon first entering,...More
My husband and I visited this hamman on a Sunday morning. It was nice to go together - although I was a bit apprehensive about having a male attendant. We were the only ones there for most of the time and really enjoyed the experience....More
It is a traditional hammam where locals come so it's not particularly good looking, but you won't see many tourists and you'll live an authentic experience.
It was the first time I was trying a turkish hammam so I don't have any point of comparision,...More
Travelled with a large tour and were all put into the one Hamam. The experience was something else after sweating it out and then being rubbed down we then sat outside in the heat completely covered. Should experience at least once.
My friend and I (both female) went to this hamam for some relaxation. The owner was very nice and spoke some English. We both went in our bathing suits, there was no one else there so I'm not sure if this is the norm or...More