Turkish bath Hammam in Trenčianske Teplice – Wellness in Slovakia

Trenčianske Teplice belongs to the oldest and most visited spa resorts in Slovakia. It is mainly thanks to the romantic location in the midst of mountains and the unique atmosphere of the city. Treatments with thermal water have a long tradition since 1247 and they focus on eight main treatment groups, especially on the musculoskeletal system, rheumatic and occupational diseases.

Why to visit Trenčianske Teplice?

Excellent reputation of the spa attracts thousands of Slovak and foreign visitors. In 2014, more than 18 thousands of people were treated in Trenčianske Teplice. In total, nearly 650 thousands procedures took place in the same period of time. Trenčianske Teplice are not far away from the capital of Slovakia – Bratislava, it takes only 1.5 hour of driving to get there.

Turkish bath Hammam

The most popular place in Trenčianske Teplice is the Turkish bath Hammam, which originally used to serve the rich nobles and financial tycoons. The history of this interesting building began at time when the former owner of the spa – Iphigenia de Castries d’Harcourt, saw in fascination the luxurious Turkish bath at the exhibition in Paris. She immediately decided to visit a viceroy Izmail in Egypt and ask him for permission to build a Hammam in Trenčianske Teplice.

Izmail did not only accept her request but he also sent his architect to help them build such a remarkable building with Turkish bath in the Maorish style. They started to build this oriental building in 1886. The construction was completed two years later. The Turkish bath Hammam is located next to the bathhouse, where the hot thermal springs naturally surface and flow at 42 degrees Celsius.

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