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Historic Off the Beaten Path Tour of the Real Istanbul
"Our tour begins at the ancient Hippodrome where thousands of spectators were entertained and kept happy by the chariot races. The historic Sultanhamet Mosque or now known as the Blue Mosque due to its magnificent interior filled with blue Iznik tiles is we will navigate through the labyrinth of streets and passages that are home to more than 3000 shops known as the Grand Bazaar. Make sure you have practiced your bartering skills. After looking Grand Bazaar you will have a chance to rest and you will get to experience traditional Turkish tea or coffee and a popular Turkish pastry called borek all while enjoying the ancient practice of hookah at a favorite local hangout. You will then make your way to one of immediately you feel the energy in the air. Your senses will be filled with bright colors and powerful aromas of the exotic spices that will surround you. Istanbul is a city that has a rich religious history and now is composed of many different religion this church has been the location of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and is recognized as the spiritual leader of the Eastern Orthodox Religion. Your day concludes with an old world cultural experience like no other city has to offer. Your churches and synagogues that date back to the Byzantine and Ottoman periods. Further to witnessing the local's life thereYou end the tour with a ferry back to Eminonu
From EUR70.00
 
Dinner Cruise On The Bosphorus
"Start your evening with pick up from your hotel before heading to the port to embark on our 3.5-hour evening Bosphorus cruise from Istanbul. Watch the sun set over the Bosphorus Strait and cruise under Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. See Istanbul’s illuminat your experience finishes with drop off at your Istanbul hotel.""""Spend your evening in Istanbul cruising around the beautiful Bosphorus Strait while enjoying dinner and an Anatolian folklore show with belly dancing. Gliding through the water your boat follows a route that includes views of Istanbul’s top attractions – all enchantingly illuminated at night. Cruise past the Blue Mosque and Faith Sultan Mehmet Bridge while eating drinking and enjoying the show!"title=Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+romantic+night+including+dinner&2=Dinner+included&3=Free+drinks+included&4=Hotel+pickup+included
From $50.00
 
"Istanbul Sightseeing Tour Including Grand Bazaar
"Istanbul Uncovered with Grand Bazaar Suleymaniye Mosque Sultanahmet backstreets and great views of the city""Get the most out of Istanbul in the company of an expert local guide. As we tour Istanbul your guide will point out places to get the best local snacks and coffee as well as show you the main points of interest along the way.You'll start this Istanbul walking tour by exploring Istanbul’s ancient Hippodrome. Following this we’ll make our way to Divanyolu
From EUR32.00

Kilic Ali Pasa Hamam, Istanbul, TR

This historic hamam in "Tophane" is one of Istanbul’s most beautiful and has only recently reopened after years of restoration.Contemporary "Turkish Hamams" find themselves in a difficult position....
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TrendsetterME
Jun 17, 2013

Go for a Turkish bath

You could go to for a hammam bath while in Turkey. However be careful not to get ripped off!! There is an old Turkish Hammam In the old district of Istanbul which is supposed to be one of the 1000...
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vpas
Dec 13, 2012

Don't Go to the Pricy Cheesy Hamam's, Go Here!

So many of the Hamams in Istanbul are SUPER cheesy (tourist-oriented) and SUPER expensive. If you want to go to an authentic Hamam, which is actually used by a Turkish community in Istanbul, visit...
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Greatwalk0
Nov 20, 2007

Cagaloglu Hamami

Cagaloglu Hamam? is located in Cagaloglu, near the St. Sophia on the right side of the Basilica Cistern Street. Sultan Mahmud I in 1741 to providg this Hamami is a double hammam with sections for both...
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Heniko
Apr 20, 2006

Suleymaniye Hammam

The Magnificent Sultan Suleyman had this Hamam built by the famous Architect Sinan in 1550.Services included were: Washing, peeling, soap massage, locked clothes changing cabin, loincloth, patten....
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Heniko
Apr 20, 2006

300 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

The leaflets of Cagaloglu Hamami reads : Have you ever been in a Turkish bath? Yo've missed on of the lifes great experiences an never been clean.... I believe there is little I can add to this. It...
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parsix
Jun 02, 2004

Turkish bath in Turkey

The Cemberlitas Hammam was built in 1584 from a design by the legendary Turkish architect Sinan. This amazing man, born a Greek slave, was also responsible for the Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul and...
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ptitetoile
Sep 15, 2003

Hammam!!

Visit a turkish bath (hammam). I recommend to take the treatment which includes a full- body massage. You won't believe how good it feels afterwards!I visited the 'Gagaloglu Baths' in Sultanahmet...
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mardaska
Sep 03, 2003

Fee of a hamam visit<br/>One day...

Fee of a hamam visitOne day Hodja went to a hamam (Turkish bath) but as he was dressed so poorly, the attendants didn't pay much attention to him. They gave him only a scrap of soap, a rag for a loin...
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evliyasems
Aug 26, 2002

Commisioned by the foundation...

Commisioned by the foundation of Nur-u Banu Sultan, wife of Sultan Selim II, and the mother of Murat III, Çemberlitas public bath was built in 1584. Based on a plan of the legendary Turkish architect...
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aozcakir
Aug 25, 2002

Hammam, Turkish Bath. A...

Hammam, Turkish Bath. A tradition for more than 400 years. For more information please click here
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aozcakir
Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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