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About Cemberlitas Hamami, Istanbul
Çemberlitaş Hamamı is a historical Turkish bath (Turkish: hamam) located on Divanyolu Street in the Çemberlitaş neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey. It was constructed by Mimar Sinan in 1584.Wikipedia
Overview of Cemberlitas Hamami
This article refers Cemberlitas Hamami in Istanbul, Turkey. Cemberlitas Hamami is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.
Cemberlitas Hamami is generally not available on the guided Istanbul tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Discover Istanbulâs culinary delights on a 5-hour evening food tour of the capital. Led by an expert local guide, your tour includes visit to all the food hotspots around the city that many tourists donât even know about. Check out a traditional âsimitâ bakery, grill your own kebabs on an open fire in a barbeque restaurant, and visit a âmeyhaneâ (Turkish tapas bar) for meze and live music!
Numbers are limited to 15 people on this small-group food tour, ensuring you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
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Share your experience - Rate Cemberlitas Hamami, Istanbul
Full of screaming Chinese people. Definitely not a place of relaxation. If you expect a place of meditation, don’t go here. It’s more like a big shower place.
I had a relatively good time. The guy who washed me was very pushy regarding getting tipped. When I wanted to go back to the steam room he kept pointing me to go get dressed. Money grabbing. Expensive. Oil massage was great.
Nice experience, note to give tips at the end of your treatment as they will be expecting some. Had great massage with #33 Ismet One more thing: they also have female section.
Overrated and way overpriced. The bath setting itself is cool, but not worth it at all for the price. The masseur was pressing against my bones, which was just weird and painful.
Nice clean location, good setup, seperate areas for men and women. However not the cheapest, and the attendants all want tips for extras despite the higher than average price to start with. Paid 200 lira for sauna, scrub and oil massage. Would rate higher if not for the attendants looking to make extra for everything. Experienced other hamam where i paid 50 lira and had better service.
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