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We’re actually planning to visit a Hamam pretty soon for a bath, so this was a nice preview that gave my kids some context. That said, if they didn’t have that to look forward to, they’d have complained. Still, it’s cheap and quick, and if...More
This is a 16th century Turkish bath house where a visitor can learn about the customs and rites related to the cleanliness, massage, and relaxation of the body and the mind.
Having been to actual Turkish baths, I didn't learn much here.
The entry fee may only be €2 but it’s not even worth that. The exhibits are misleading and lacking any proper information. Everything is new or remodelled and there are no authentic examples of what the Turkish baths would have looked like in the time...More
We had paused in the courtyard of the mosque opposite and I became curious about this museum. A small whitewashed building but a museum nevertheless. While others visited the restrooms I asked our guide to satisfy my curiosity. He told me that it was an...More
The museum is incredibly light on information. If you have never seen a towel or a soap, they will tell you 'there are different species.'
The idea is good but there are only a few artefacts exhibited and the descriptions in English mostly didn't make...More
If it's your first time visiting a Turkish bathhouse, this will be a nice introduction for you.
If you've visited them before, the information is very light and general about the operation of bathhouses (eg. 'here are examples of mirrors. People used mirrors in Turkish...More
This is in the old Turkish bath house and is worth a visit for the cost. There are a few displays with English information and the rooms are quite beautiful.
Don't bother with the movie it tells nothing.