Bodrum Turkish Bath Tour

Bodrum Turkish Bath Tour Tour Details, Photos Bodrum Turkish Bath Tour – 2Turkish Bath is the best one in Bodrum. Operated all day until early evening hours. it is the ultimate Turkish bath experience.

There is change rooms, showers, rest rooms, drinks provided.

There is the hot large Bath hall with round marble stone in the middle.

Cooler jakuziis provided along with many massage rooms providing many different massages you can enjoy.

Soap massage the traditional scrubbing with hard cloth all general facilities are included in the rate.

Massage services will be extra.

In Western Europe, the “Turkish bath” as a method of cleansing and relaxation became popular during the Victorian era.

The process involved in taking a Turkish bath is similar to that of a sauna, but is more closely related to ancient Greek and ancient Roman bathing practices.

A person taking a Turkish bath first relaxes in a room (known as the warm room) that is heated by a continuous flow of hot, dry air, allowing the bather to perspire freely. Bathers may then move to an even hotter room (known as the hot room) before splashing themselves with cold water.

After performing a full body wash and receiving a massage, bathers finally retire to the cooling-room for a period of relaxation

Bodrum Turkish Bath Tour

Duration: 09.00 to 22.00
Start-Finish: Bodrum-Bodrum
Date: everyday
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A hammam (Arabic: حمّام, romanized: ḥammām, Turkish: hamam) or Turkish bath is a type of steam bath or a place of public bathing associated with the Islamic world. It is a prominent feature in the culture of the Muslim world and was inherited from the model of the Roman thermae.

Muslim bathhouses or hammams are historically found across the Middle East, North Africa, al-Andalus (Islamic Spain and Portugal), Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and in Southeastern Europe under Ottoman rule.

A variation on the Muslim bathhouse, the Victorian Turkish bath, became popular as a therapy, a method of cleansing, and a place for relaxation during the Victorian era, rapidly spreading through the British Empire, the United States of America, and Western Europe.