Among public buildings, baths have always been of particular importance to people. Ancient Egypt and Rome were known for their baths and steam rooms. In addition to their main role, public baths also served as a place for meetings and exchanges opinions. The Tyazebey bath, which was built in the center of Baku in the nineteenth century (1886), was also a place for relaxation. Today the Tyazebey bathhouse, which meets all modern requirements, is one of the favorite places for guests of our city. It has oriental, Russian and Finnish baths, as well as a swimming pool. It provides many other services, including all types of massage, kisya, pedicure, manicure, etc.
The bath also has a restaurant with oriental and European cuisine, a bar, including a pub. Services are provided by highly qualified staff