The Turkish baths, which have been given great importance throughout history and which have reached to the present day as a tradition, were the main structures of the period based on cleaning, hygiene and socialization. People visited the baths, were scrubbed and cleaned three or four times a week. In addition, baths talks were among the enjoyable habits of old times. In addition, the bathhouse was a type of structure that was given importance because it is known that almost every sultan had baths in cities that they wanted.
The tradition of bath survives centuries later ... Even though the old tradition of socialization and the frequency of use are not seen in today's baths, pleasant, stress-relieving, cleanliness and hygiene structures are still important. Oruculer Bath, one of these buildings, is located in Fatih district of Istanbul.
The historical Oruculer Bath, in a modest building that draws attention with its mystical atmosphere, is known for its rectangular planned architecture, dome and authentic ambiance. In the traditional type of bath, which attracts attention with its marble and tiles in the interior, the options of having a bath, massage or bathing himself/herself and scrubbing on novel stone, are offered. Sauna is available. Oruculer Bath has been hosting visitors in the same place for nearly 600 years. Finally, the taste of tea brewed in wood fire, served at the exit, is legendary.