The Turkish Bath of Eger has hundreds of years of history. The Turkish pool was built between 1610 and 1617, during the time of Turkish rule, thus this pool space is the part of the area of the Turkish Bath with the longest history. The other parts of the pool were added to the original Turkish building gradually, during the centuries. The cupola, renovated in 1980, covered with approximately 200,000 gold-plated mosaics, gives a spectacular sight.
In the Bath, we can find not only original Turkish style pools (ilidzas) but also hamam, recalling Turkish-style bathing (massage, steam, rinsing). At present, the Turkish Bath, which recalls authentic Turkish atmosphere inside and out, welcomes guests arriving in Eger with 6 pools, as well as high-level wellness and medical services. As the only such surviving bath in provincial Hungary, the rare radon curative water of the Turkish Bath fills three pools, springing from the springs hidden under the artificial stone flooring of the Turkish Pool laid in a discontinuous manner.
Submerge in the water of the Bath recalling both the luxury of our present age and the splendour of the past, enjoy being pampered by different massages, get refilled in the sauna and steam bath.