whats the difference between a turkish bath and a sauna?
everytime i saw a turkish bath on the big screen, they were sitting in a sauna. i don't get it.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
A turkish bath is like a giant bath tub wher you sit in.Infact more people can sit in. In Budapest for exaple The Gellert Baths are Turkish baths, They are giant swimming pools, with warm MINERAL water you can even swim in. The warm water comes out from a natural spring at a temperature of about 18-20 degrees.
A sauna is like a small wodden room where you pour water over the hot stones. the ideea of the sauna is to Swet, a much as possible and eliminate the toxines trought yr skin.
- WickedLv 71 decade ago
the bath is a tub of water that you step into
sauna is a steam mist that you sit in and it surrounds you
- 1 decade ago
There is usually gay sex in a turkish bath..
- robert mLv 71 decade ago
The first is for Turkeys.