Long Street Turkish Baths


The Turkish Baths on the end of Long Street are a huge part of Cape Town’s history. At 113 years old, the spot has provided a peaceful and welcoming spot to swim for people in the city for generations. Once a week, the Long Street Turkish Baths have a women-only day of admission.

Nestled within the vibrant heart of Cape Town, Long Street Turkish Baths stands as a captivating testament to the city’s rich historical tapestry and enduring allure. Stepping into this iconic establishment is akin to entering a portal that transcends time, transporting visitors to a bygone era of opulence and relaxation. With its ornate architecture, intricate mosaics, and a legacy dating back to the late 19th century, Long Street Turkish Baths beckons both locals and travelers alike to experience the rejuvenating traditions of Turkish bathing while immersing themselves in a captivating piece of Cape Town’s cultural heritage. This oasis of tranquility offers a unique fusion of historical charm and modern wellness, making it an essential stop for those seeking to unwind and connect with the city’s fascinating past.



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