Turks love to take a bath. One bath can relax the muscles and promote blood circulation, and there are many hot springs in Turkey. Turkish bath is a traditional way of bathing in public baths in the Middle East. Use the high temperature in the bathroom to make people sweat profusely, and then shower the whole body with warm or cold water to achieve the purpose of removing dirt, relaxing muscles and bones, and eliminating fatigue. Generally, Turks will bring food into the bathroom, and talk while eating. The history of Turkish bath can be traced back to ancient Rome, but it was not called Turkish bath at that time. Perhaps due to the hot climate, the ancient Romans liked bathing very much. It is said that they spent half of their lives in the bath. Ever since the Turks captured Constantinople from the Eastern Roman Empire, they changed the Romanesque bathroom into a veritable Turkish bath. Perhaps because of the belief in Islam, Turks attach great importance to body cleanliness. Islam stipulates that Muslims must cleanse themselves before praying. Therefore, there are historical and religious reasons for taking a bath.
Luxurious medicinal bath is located not far from the northeast of Smyrna Ancient Market. It is a famous bath shop in Izmir and even in Turkey. The bathing facilities here are gorgeous and tidy, and the interior has a marble dome.
It is recommended to enjoy the nourishing beauty quietly in the off-season, rather than watching the flowers in the peak season. Friends who want to play, hurry up! This place will not disappoint you!
The more luxurious bathroom, you can come here to experience it, the consumption is okay, and the price/performance ratio is pretty good. Will go again if there is a chance
Decided to go temporarily, convenient, fast and affordable! Had a great time, better than expected, cost-effective, worth a visit