Arquitecte Sinan important mosques and buildings are stunning and following its footsteps it’s impressing.
Istanbul, first Byzantium and later Constantinopla, is the largest city and principal seaport of Turkey, on a triangular peninsula between Europe and Asia. Sometimes a bridge, sometimes a barrier, fascinates.
Learn between visit and visit through food and local people; tasting “boza”, one of the oldest Turkish beverages and Turkish Coffee and tea with regional dishes while learning how it is made; experience the religious, cultural, commercial and culinary aspects of daily life; from the hand of one of the most widely recognized guides, from spectacular panoramic points for photography lovers also seeing the city from its roofs; and wander the most iconic street foods, drinks and deserts.
This trip makes a good balance of a mix between the touristic and the gastronomic, that helps so much to understand a culture, grabbing so a place in our memories. Through a Cooking class, Market visits, wine tastings and interacting with locals.
We will visit : Haggia Sofia, Blue Mosque, Sultan Ahmet Camii, Süleymaniye Camii, Egyptian-Spice Bazaar, Topkapi Palace and explore the city from some terraces deeping and tasting through its food the local atmosphere, that only a few travellers do.
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