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|2-7 people||Sirkeci ->||~5.5 hours||9:30am|
|Grand Bazaar||No Sundays|
Quick bite: Istanbul’s Bazaar Quarter is one of the world’s biggest open-air commercial centers and a historic center of small craftsmen who still carry on their tradition in the atmospheric caravanserais. On this 5-hour food tour, we will eat with these craftsmen. Explore this Istanbul tour
|2-7 people||Beşiktaş ->||~6.5 hours||9:30am|
Quick bite: From a workingman’s breakfast in the frenetic market to a leisurely fish lunch in the Bosphorus neighborhood, this full-day food tour brings together the high points of life in Istanbul, in all their rich contrast.
|2-7 people||Eminonu||~5.5 hours||9:30am|
|-> Fatih||No Sundays|
Quick Bite: In Istanbul’s Old City, two culinary worlds exist side by side: one for tourists and one for locals. Our 5½–hour food tour goes beyond the major monuments to these time-honored spots where all of the serious eating is done.
|2-7 people||Beyoğlu||~5.5 hours||9:30am; 5pm|
Quick bite: With Beyoğlu’s cosmopolitan history as a backdrop, on this Istanbulfood tour we will eat our way through the classic and unknown eateries of the neighborhood, the old and the new, tasting specialties from all over Turkey.
|2-7 people||Kurtuluş||~5 hours||9:15am, 4pm|
Quick Bite: After a shopping for ingredients in one of Istanbul’s most food-centric neighborhoods, we’ll teach you how to cook six of our favorite Turkish recipes from all over Turkey in this cooking class– dishes like Circassian chicken, stuffed eggplant from southeastern Turkey, Aegean-style mincemeat pastries and more.
|12 people||2020 Dates:||US $3,250/adult|
|October 12 – 19|
For millennia, Istanbul has been the connection point for a vast web of places with distinct cultural identities, landscapes, and, of course, cuisines. These disparate influences form the great mosaic that is modern-day Istanbul cuisine, which is so much more than simply “Turkish food.”