The Cağaloğlu Hamamı is the last great hamam built during the Ottoman era. It was constructed during the reign of Mahmut I in 1741 by Abdullah Ağa. Thanks to the architectural plan designed by court architect Süleyman Ağa you can discover Baroque features and other stylistic novelties in the building that were not common in classic Ottoman architecture. Under the wide dome which covers the plate glass ceiling of the hamam you will find a restaurant, shops, a barber, and a shoeshine parlor.
|Venue name:||Cağaloğlu Hamamı|
Prof. Kazım İsmail Gürkan Cad. No: 24, Cağaloğlu
|Opening hours:||Open daily 09.00-21.00|
|Price:||Entry 80 TL (includes scrub+soap massage+sauna)|