• Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
  • Daily Turkish Bath In Bursa
Duration
2 hours
Tour languages
English
Guiding type
Fully guided
Group size
1 - 100
Hygiene protocol
Included
Budget Class
Budget
Physical Rating
Easy
Suitable ages
0 - 99
Pickup Location
Bursa
Dropoff Location
Bursa
International & Domestic Flight Tickets Covid-19 PCR Test Tour Itinenary Confirmed Documents are sent by us to include Hotel reservations etc Domestic Flight Tickets if any (Please check your title/name spelling printed correctly) Passport Validation Terms Visa if needed (check before your trip for the dates on your visa) If visa needed, please ask us for invitation letter to ease the visa application process Flight details for on time Airport transfer services Observe the luggage limitation by Airlines for domestic flights if any Obtain emergency contact details from our office

Tour overview

Traditional Turkish Baths; Turkish baths are part of traditional Turkish culture. Baths are used as bathing, purification and even healing places in every period. Most of the historical baths in the Ottoman period were built by Mimar Sinan. Baths that are still actively used today continue to keep this culture alive. In traditional Turkish culture, hot springs and baths are important meeting places not only in terms of health, but also in terms of social and cultural activities. This culture, which has not lost its importance until today, continues to serve in historical bathrooms built with architectural aesthetics. Turkish baths We see two different types of baths, natural and heated. The baths, where natural water source is used, are known as hot springs, and healing and drinking water are called İcmece. Baths are also used in daily activities that have a place in social life such as birth, marriage and death.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Turkish Bath Bursa , Turk Hamam from Bursa , Bath and spa tour

Itinerary

Turkish Bath, called “hamam” in Turkish which has been present in Turkey for thousands of years. The tradition of the Turkish bath extends far back, to a time before Turks had reached Anatolia. When the Turks arrived in Anatolia, they brought with them a bathing tradition and were confronted with another, that of Romans and Byzantines, with certain local variants. After we pick you up from your hotel, we will take you to one of the traditional Baths in Bursa, which has historical buildings.There is a few main procedures during the bath. When you arrive, the staff will provide you a cubicle in which you take off your clothes and wear the waist cloth. After changing, you will be taken to the Sicaklik (Hot Room) of the Turkish Bath that would help your muscles loosen up and you will continue to the warm room of the bath, The staff (tellak for men and natir for women) will scrub you down using Turkish soap and a special cloth that gets out all your old skin blocking your pores. Once you are finished, you will be taken to the Sogukluk (Cold Room) and given towels to wrap yourself in. Then, you can pay for having a massage or you can just relax and order some tea or other drinks as you would like. As last, after you get dressed, you will feel your skin renewed like a baby skin. That's the magic of Turkish bath. We hope your tour was a memorable one and we look forward to seeing you in the future on another TravelShop Booking Tour. Have a safe trip back home and thanks for choosing TravelShop Booking.

VISITED PLACES

Routes

Included

Professional English-speaking tour guides

Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking coach

Pick up from your hotel in Bursa

Drop back to your hotel in Bursa

Guided Turkish Bath in Bursa

All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary

Excluded

International & Domestic Flights

Lunch

Insurance: All types

Bursa City Tour

Daily Istanbul City Tour Sogut Tour

Cooking Lesson & Shopping Tour

Uludag Mountain Tour

Personal expenses: Extras at hotel or additional meals

Tipping: Tips for guides and drivers

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