Süleymaniye Hamam is one of the most important and historical hammams in Istanbul. Built in 1557 by Mimar Sinan, this magnificent structure is located right next to the Süleymaniye Mosque.
This historic Turkish bath is located on a hill with panoramic views. Considered one of the largest and most impressive hammams in the Ottoman Empire, the historic hammam is one of the finest examples of traditional Turkish hammam architecture. The hammam has separate sections for men and women, and each section has a heating room with high temperature and humidity, a washing room with cold water, and a resting room.
In the past, it was also known as the bath of metal workers, as many workers who worked in the foundries in the surrounding area used this hammam regularly. Süleymaniye Hamam is an ideal place for those looking for a historical and cultural experience.