The Bozori Kord Hammam was built in the 14th century, and has been in regular use ever since. The Hammam experience may be one of the most memorable ones of your trip. You will immerse yourself in centuries-old traditions, and will experience the “real Bukhara”. This will take you beyond the souvenir shops and tour guides, and will put you in contact with the way people really live in Bukhara. After a long day of walking, a deep muscle massage is exactly what you need. Masseurs will introduce you to the secrets of Oriental Massage.
HAMMAM: BATH AND MASSAGE
The bath in the Hammam is a self-service affair. This option is available only during normal work hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday-Monday (closed Tuesdays). You can sit in the steam rooms as long as you want, and can use the plastic buckets to get your own water. As part of the price, we will provide for you use of a clean towel, a lungi (wrap-around cloth to cover yourself while in the Hammam), and sandals (the floor can get quite hot in spots, plus the marble can be slippery if walking barefoot). After your bath, yo