Hammams are Turkish public baths, based on the tradition of Roman thermae. Traditionally, they have always been places of relaxation for men and women of all ages. People would gather in hammams for the purpose of maintaining personal hygiene, improving well being and socializing. Furthermore, healing properties such as detoxification, skin cleansing, clearing of the lungs and the respiratory system as well as positive effects on the nervous system are also attributed to the pleasant “Turkish wellness”. So it comes as no surprise that the Turks have named the hammam “the silent doctor”. Hammam is a steam bath, in which the benches, floors and walls are all heated; hence there is no heavy steam fog. The inside air temperature is around 50ºC, with 100% humidity. Many people feel that hammam is more pleasant than a sauna, in which the temperature is 80ºC, and moisture levels range between 2% and 30%. Pleasant, moist heat gradually warms up the body and there is no drastic flux in temperature.
Day to day stress has negative repercussions on your overall health. The modern world is full of stress, and yet we do not actively seek remedies to sooth ourselves. Spa treatments help relax body and mind, and also help retrieve positive energy, which is much needed in order to deal with everyday challenges.
Upon arrival at the ATRIUM Hammam lobby, you will receive a complimentary tea and biscuit offering. Resting in the lobby, you will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the treatment that awaits you. You will also be able to choose the very content and the essence of the soap and oils, making each visit to the hammam personally focused on your needs and moods.
Even though Novi Sad has existed as a city only since 1748, these regions have an interesting history that has been marked by numerous peoples and cultures. After the banishment of the Turks at the end of the 17th century, on the left bank of the Danube, opposite the Petrovaradin Fortress, which was built by the Romans, and restored and maintained by Hungarians and Turks, a settlement of soldiers, craftsmen and traders - today's Novi Sad – was founded.
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