Turkish Coffee Trail

Starting price

€40,00 / Per Person

Coffee making course (with certificate), coffee tasting in oldest coffee ho...

Both in Turkey and Greece, winters may be cold and summers hot. On the other hand, you will most probably be visiting archaeological sites with more or less walking difficulties. Hence an adapted outfit is recommended :

  • In winter : strong walking shoes, warm coat, umbrella, protection against cold wind (hat, gloves)
  • In summer : strong walking shoes, cotton clothing, sun hat, sun glasses, sun cream
  • When visiting churches and mosques, appropriate dressing

Do not forget !

  • Your daily medication if and when needed while on tour.
  • Your tour voucher, the only proof that you have subscribed and paid for this tour.
  • Cash money to pay the not included entrance fees, drinks and lunch, shopping, tips…
  • Your cameras… Remember that at some sites and museums taking pictures may be forbidden or allowed midst payment of a fee. Inquire about using a flash;
  • Your swimming wear if you jo-in a tour with swimming opportunity.
  • Possibly spare shoes, T-shirts, jumpers, socks

Visiting archaeological site may require good physical conditions and access to people with reduced mobility is not always possible. During visits and stops, the buses will be locked and under the supervision of the driver. Hence, if you wish, you can leave some personal belongings in the bus yet at your own responsibility. If not done at subscription, inform your tour guide as soon as you get on the coach about your specific food requirements so that the restaurant booked for lunch can be informed accordingly in due time.

Half Day Afternoon - Turkish Coffee Trail

Coffee is the national drink of Turkey with a long historical tradition : it began in Egypt from whe-re the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519. The first coffee shops were opened some 30 years later. Prohibiton decrees have been claimed by several Ottoman Sultans. Our tour begins with a visit to a museum that presents some exhibits related to Turkish coffee history. Following a Turkish Coffee Course participants will follow the historical “Coffee Route” – whe-re we will have coffee tasting in historical venues. Tiny streets, historical walkways, intriguing old bazaars, Ottoman coffee storages.. And a guide that will exhilarate the past and make your day valuable is the event of this day!

- Pick-up from your hotel
- A/C tour coach
- English speaking tour guide
- Coffee...


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