Gents Anatolian well-being (Berber and Hammam)
What could be more Turkish than a reinvigorating Turkish Bath? Or to more precise, a Turkish Bath, haircut, shave and a shoe shine.
So if you would like to make yourself at home and immerse yourself completely in the local culture, join us at Cemberlitas Hamami, an historic Turkish Bath.
This is a unforgettable experience, huge part of Turkish culture.
It’s located between Constantine 1st’s Vezirhan monument and the Köprülü Mahmud Pasa mosque, school and tombs.
The Hamam has been faithfully restored and was originally built in 1584 for Nurbanu Sultan, the head of Istanbul’s imperial harem.
As you walk through the impressive arches you can certainly feel the weight of historical significance in a city that’s more than just a city, it’s a global story too.
Turkish baths follow a three-step process featuring a sauna and steam, a full body wash and a massage.
This opens up all your pores, increases your blood circulation and removes all dead cells. It’s good for stress, tension and blood pressure.
The result is absolutely invigorating.
After the Turkish Bath experience there’s a haircut and shave Turkish style.
The tradition of the Turkish shave dates far back.
The Turkish Barber is not only a place to have a shave or haircut but almost a social event Join us for this ritual of Turkish culture. You won’t forget it.