Recorrido gastronómico y cultural a pie por Estambul

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Estambul, Turquía

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4 horas (aprox.)
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Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Muestra tu camino a través de Estambul en este tour de comida y cultura para grupos pequeños. Pasee por las calles históricas de la ciudad con un guía experto que se sumerge en los mercados locales y cafés a lo largo del camino. Pruebe los alimentos típicos de los vendedores ambulantes de calles y pastelerías (gastos propios), y explore también algunas tiendas locales. Este tour ofrece una excelente visión general de la animada escena gastronómica de Estambul. El tamaño del grupo está limitado a 15 personas para garantizar una experiencia de calidad.
  • Comida a pie por Estambul
  • Siga a su experto guía local a lo largo de la avenida Istiklal para descubrir la cultura gastronómica local
  • Visite varias tiendas tradicionales, pastelerías, cafés, mercados y vendedores ambulantes
  • Pruebe una variedad de platos como mejillones, salchichas, cordero con especias, chocolates y pasteles (muestras a su cargo)
  • El tour en grupos pequeños limitado a 15 personas garantiza una experiencia más personalizada.
Su sabroso tour comienza cerca de la Plaza Taksim, donde se reunirá con su guía local y el resto del pequeño grupo. Desde la plaza ubicada en el centro, dirígete a tu primera parada. Mientras recorre este bullicioso distrito de Estambul, escuche a su guía explicando fascinantes anécdotas sobre el área. Prepare su paladar para las delicias que vendrán (todas las degustaciones a su cargo).
Ábrete camino por la avenida Istiklal, la concurrida calle peatonal de Estambul, repleta de restaurantes, galerías, cafés y tiendas. Deténgase en algunos que despiertan su interés en el camino, y aproveche las recomendaciones de información privilegiada de su guía.
Prepárate para más bocados al acercarte a la zona más concentrada de restaurantes, Cicek Pasaji (Cité de Péra), que se remonta a 1876, cuando se abrió originalmente como un teatro. Continúe hacia un mercado local donde los valientes pueden degustar kokorec tradicional (intestinos de cordero a la parrilla).
Saboree las delicias locales de los vendedores ambulantes de Estambul, como los mejillones rellenos (kumpir) y las enormes papas al horno rellenas con una variedad de ingredientes. Siga su guía a la Iglesia de San Antonio de Padua (Iglesia de Sant'Antonio di Padova) y al Museo de Pera. En la Plaza de Pera, admire el Cuerno de Oro, donde el famoso poeta Pierre Loti escribió gran parte de su poesía. Repostar con un vaso de té turco potente.
Pase por la pastelería más antigua de Estambul, Markiz, para probar el café turco y tal vez algunos dulces en el ambiente cordial. Por último, navegue por algunas cafeterías locales antes de abandonar el grupo para continuar explorando Estambul por su cuenta.

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Ngan Yu Cindy L
, abr 2018
Our guide is very helpful and informative. She has a very good attitude and she is professional. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour!
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Tetiana Z
, ene 2017
First I would like to say thank you to our guide Sevilay Tokmak. My husband and I had a tour on the 1st of January on Sunday and we were the only tourists. The culture and food tour is absolutely worth visiting! It shows the hidden face of Istanbul. The tour takes place in Taxim area, you will find a lot of small local cafes, old churches, tiny shops. Sevilay shows the other side of Istanbul, not such majestic, but very local and nice. We've visited many old churches of different confessions, in one of them Sevilay asked a guy to open the church for us. We ate some local food and tried the ayran drink in small cafe. We ate deserts in a place so loved by people that they protested against closing it. We walked in small narrow streets looking at old houses, every with it's own history. We went through small stores with scarfs, soap and different other stuff. Visited a cafe which served only Turkish coffee, and Sevilay told my fortune by coffee grounds. It was not like a tour, but like you are walking with a friend. In the end she advised us several places to eat and drink, and all her advices were 100 helpful. Again, thank you guys!
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Kay J
, mar 2016
The tour guıde never showed up for the tour. No notıce was gıven vıa emaıl about not beıng able to complete tour. We had a wonderful experıence ın Athens wıth vıator purchased tour - very dıssatısfıed wıth the Istanbul counterpart. I would gıve ıt negatıve stars ıf I could
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C J H
, jul 2015
Our guide Sevilay was knowledgeable about Turkish history and showed us many interesting sights . We loved sampling local food.
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FAV TOURS
, oct 2014
Our Guide Lila was fantastic. super cute, energetic, knowledgable about the Taksim area. She took us to some very good local eateries including the best baklava and coffee. We really enjoyed it.
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Robyn C
, ago 2014
Certainly not the best food tour we have done. Did not get to taste a lot of Turkish food. Did lot of walking through different districts but did not learn much of the Turkish culture. Disappointed
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Christine H
, jun 2014
We really enjoyed the tour and thought the guide was good. It was more a cultural tour than a food tour. We visited 4 churches, all different and interesting. We had lunch which was great and tasted some Turkish delight. Based on the description we thought there would be more opportunity to taste a variety of foods. The walk through all the back streets and lanes took us to parts we would not otherwise have visited and was very interesting. We had been given poor advice and it took us longer to reach the starting point but we were grateful the guide waited for us.
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Prezzman
, jun 2014
Our tour guide, Mehmet, was a young local lad - knowledgeable and well spoken. The tour takes you down Istikhlal street up to the Galata Tower and back. Since my family were the only ones for the tour, our tour was hassle free. Our guide was informative and recommended places to shop or dine where you could get the best quality or price. Note that the walk down Istikhlal street is fine, but coming back up could be slightly difficult as it is on an incline. If you are not comfortable traveling on your own and exploring new places, this would be a good tour to get you familiarized with one of the most popular areas of Istanbul, where you can come back and explore on your own pace after the tour. If you are OK exploring places on your own, then I would give this tour a miss.
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Margaret D
, abr 2014
Great tour guide and a great tour to food places few tourists would find without this guide.
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Sharon Z
, oct 2013
Guide was knowledgeable, we were given an incorrect start time so arrive one hour early.... Our problem but we did not read that we had to buy any samples sp she took us to places, explained the food then onto the next place. The odd thing was when we went back to those same places every single store gave us a sample when we asked! We had been on an amazing food tour in Paris and expected the same. Tour lasted a bare two hours, not the 3 to 4.

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34 91 791 8233
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