Istanbul: Blue Mosque and Old Town Guided Historical Tour
- Duration: 45 minutes
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I was picked up from my hotel as scheduled although the structure of the tour was not explained at the time. We waited for the driver and was taken to a central meeting spot where a few of us were told to come off the bus. Then it was explained by Songu who was the tour guide for my tour the structure of the morning and day for the ones who had booked for a full day tour. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable, very friendly and helpful and we had a small group of 6. She gave us time to ourselves at each location and at the end she helped to direct me back to my hotel after the tour. A very lovely morning and a good way to be introduced to Istanbul. Thank you
Very good. The tour guide Fatima, showed us all the interesting places and she knew a lot of interesting info as well. Also, we were a small group so she gave us extra time to get familiar with rhe things that we were most interested in. Also Ismail, the coordinator, made the impossible to happen. I almost couldn’t make it to this amazing city but he helped me and make it happened. I’m very grateful to him and my tour guide.
What an experience! Spending the day with my fantastic guide Nafia was more than I could ask for. Sine it was only the two of us, She showed me sites within Ephesus which she isn’t normally able to do with large groups. Her knowledge of this ancient city was impressive and I learned so many interesting facts throughout the day.
It was truly the best part of my vacation. The arrangement was timely, the guide Ali was wonderful, gave us all the interesting facts regarding turkey and the area. He was Well versed in history to give the details of Hierapolis. Thank you so much this wonderful experience. It was worth it and it was my best day in turkey :)
The Selimiye mosque and complex was the best, biggest and most beautiful one that I’ve visited so far anywhere in the world. Also The Health Museum of the Sultan Bayezid II was absolutley fascinating, as it unearths many roots of today’s modern medical and homeopathic practices.