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Nibbling in old local market with traditional dance show

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The story of Istanbul can be told through its food. Neighbourhoods, cultures and history come into focus through a bite of bread, a nibble of cheese or a sip of tea. But it’s impossible to learn all this through a speeding (or barely inching along) car window! Like most of the world’s great food cities, Istanbul gastronomy is best experienced on foot. Our tour will begin with a walk around the spice market and local Mahmutpasa market while sampling unforgettable local street foods found only in Turkey (cig kofte, midye dolma, turkish coffee, kokorec). After nibbling around the spice market we will drop you off at a traditional Turkish dance show. The show takes about one hour and allows you to see the traditional costumes of different regions of Turkey. Each region of Turkey is represented in their own style of dance, musical instruments and henna night* traditions through lavish costumes, dances and music. The evening concludes with the popular belly dance show.  This is truly the tour for a real taste of the richness of Turkish cultural traditions.

*henna night is the traditional pre-wedding Turkish celebration for the bride and her closest female relatives and friends. It includes rituals of special costumes for the bride, dances and music.

 

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Before You Arrive

CLIMATE
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http://www.meteor.gov.tr/en-US/forecast-5days.aspx
CURRENCY AND CREDIT CARDS
The Turkish currency is the Turkish Lira (TL). Cash may be exchanged in banks and exchange offices during office hours. The official exchange rate is listed daily at the banks and exchange offices. All major credit cards are accepted at most hotels, restaurants and stores.
ELECTRICITY
The Turkish mains power supply is 220 Vac 50 Hz. The standard Wall sockets take two round pin plugs, similar to the one used in many European countries. You will need an adaptor if you intend to use appliances not fitted with this type of plug; it is a good idea to bring a suitable adapt
TURKISH VISA
While some countries don’t need a visa to enter Turkey there are some countries might need a stamp or sticker visa on your arrival. Your passport needs to be valid at least for 3 months to be issued for your visa. For more information about visa
http://www.mfa.gov.tr/visa-information-for-foreigners.en.mfa
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