Combination of Jewish District & Turkish Coffee Trail Tour

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Day 1:

 

Highlights:  Monday – Friday:  Jewish Museum, Ashkenazi Synagogue, Schneidertemple Synagogue and outer visits to Georgian Synagogue, Neve Shalom Synagogue, Italian Synagogue, Jewish Apartments, Kamondo Buildings.

We invite you to see Jewish life in Istanbul around Galata District that you will have chance to listen history from experienced guide 

Day 2:

Highlights: Coffee Making Course(With Certificate) in a Coffee Shop, Coffee Tasting in Oldest Coffee House of Istanbul, Spice Bazaar, Ottoman Coffee Storage, Oldest Coffee Shop of Istanbul, Turkish Delight Tasting in Oldest Historical Delight Shop (Hacıbekir), Kurukahvedji inn.

Coffee is national drink of Turkey that has a long historical tradition. Its story began in Egypt, where the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519. The first coffee shops were open some 30 years later in Eminönü district. There were prohibiton decrees by some Ottoman Sultans. Our tour begins with a Turkish coffee making course where participants will get certificate et the end. Afterwards the tour will continue with the historical “Coffee Route” – where we will have coffee and some Turkish delight tasting in this historical venues.Tiny streets, historical walkways, intriguing old bazaars, Ottoman coffee storages. And a guide that will exhilarate the past and make your day valuable is the event of this day!

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