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Turkish Bath Museum

Selcuk, Turkey
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Family Holiday

If its one piece of advice I can give, its start your holiday day1 in here!! Having a Turkish bath... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2016
Marlon G
Turkish Bath

After Ephesus, this Turkish way, massage, was very relaxing... Plus it was so reasonable for the... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2016
Omer E
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In a building dating back to 16th century, this museum shows what Turkish life was like at the hamam or bath.
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  • Very good15%
  • Average10%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
5 Nov 2016
“Family Holiday”
22 Mar 2016
“Turkish Bath”
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Selcuk, Turkey
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

If its one piece of advice I can give, its start your holiday day1 in here!! Having a Turkish bath helps with your tan and rids the body of impurities before you start sun worshipping, but also more importantly its just the most relaxing experience...More

2  Thank Marlon G
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Reviewed 22 March 2016

After Ephesus, this Turkish way, massage, was very relaxing... Plus it was so reasonable for the excellent 20 minutes traditional soap bubbles hand massage...

Thank Omer E
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Reviewed 10 December 2015

It's a amazing experience and the guys who work there are so nice. I will strongly recommend this and it is much cheaper than Istanbul's. Trying message, too.

Thank 589aa
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Reviewed 21 November 2014

This is a fun thing to do while you are in Turkey. A nice cultural experience. You will come out feeling squeaky clean!

Thank Lizzy B
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Reviewed 3 September 2013

Massage and bath were so traditional. You will be amazing a the dead skin that comes off you body. I had an hour massage which was the best massage I have ever had.

2  Thank lynn w
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Reviewed 22 April 2013

This p,ace I can highly recommend to go after a big day. Have dinner and go to the bathhouse. Where your swimmers. You will feel totally clean relaxed and you will go back to hotel and sleep like a baby

3  Thank Kylee M
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Reviewed 22 February 2013

While I'd had plenty of massages and visited baths elsewhere, I had my first tradition turkish scrub and massage in Selcuk. It was great. After the soapy massage, I had an oil massage for just 15 TL more. All the attendants were male and I...More

3  Thank Beverly J
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

This was my first experience in a hamam, so I had to be guided by the non-English speaking locals. I also chose to go at the women-only time, which is Friday afternoons. I enjoyed the lack of body consciousness, the sense of camaraderie between the...More

3  Thank HelenRose
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

The turkish bath was great and does give a better longer lasting tan. However paid the extra to have a full body massage afterwards which was awkward and uncomfortable as it was done by an elderly gentleman who repeatadly kept massaging my groin. It was...More

2  Thank Natalie M
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Reviewed 15 September 2012

We went to the Hammam knowing it was mixed. It was a bit seedy looking, but we did realize how old it was. Despite being mixed, the staff were all male. My husband and I both wore bathing suits. The exfoliation, scrub and rinse all...More

3  Thank laineyhar
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