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Private tour guide in Istanbul Serhat Engul

Istanbul is an extraordinary attraction. It has attractions and events to offer that you won't find elsewhere. a private tour guide Istanbul, I urge you to visit together and explore the ever-changing, surprising corner that is Istanbul. My fate and tourist passions are permanently merged with this building. As a result, I have been successfully realizing myself as a private Istanbul tour guide for years. I think the most important thing is always the people and also the attractions where we stay. Thanks to the fact that I live here and work here professionally, I have managed not only to discover every overrated corner of Istanbul, but above all to experience the spirit of this enclave, the people and the atmosphere here.

Not always the one who has mastered the language and can show the most famous corners, reveals itself as a good private tour guide Istanbul. To guarantee like good memories of the trip you need much more. First of all, you need to have a passion for people, be able to listen to them and have a conversation with them. A reliable private tour guide Istanbul is a person who has met them in detail, lives in this place, also works in the local community. A tourist guide can point out every corner, knows and comprehends how the citizens of the city exist. Only a tourist guide knows how to introduce Istanbul to both those who are here for the first time and tourists who are waiting to discover the pristine secrets.

Taking advantage of my support as a private Istanbul tour guide will bring you to receive a lot of cool experiences. My priority is always to take an excellent guess at the priorities of people who want to experience more excitement. As a result, I can documentably organize as well as create a city viewing program that perfectly matches your dreams. Choosing a private tour guide who speaks your language will not only guarantee you the opportunity to get to know in detail all the delightful features of Istanbul, but will mainly give you the autonomy to ask questions, have discussions, or offer personal suggestions. I perfectly know and comprehend our disposition, sense of humor and national history. So I can thoroughly engage in adequately harmonizing the tour of the area to the expectations of travelers. Flexibility and dynamic customization of the overall program will make it possible to show original, astonishing places and enable you to enjoy the tour completely. In view of this, you can count on the fact that together with me as a private tour guide of Istanbul you will taste real local dishes and see special places that only locals and ... unforgettable tour guides know about. Local tour guide can support you with finding Istanbul accommodation.

If you are going to take a trip to such a wonderful place as Istanbul, I encourage you to take my help of a private Istanbul tour guide. I will introduce you to my knowledge of this unique attraction. Thanks to this, you will experience all the secrets and qualities of Istanbul, and the trip will turn out to be a fascinating adventure for you, to which you will gladly return by memory.

As a Istanbul tour guide you will be shown the attractions of Istanbul

  • Theodosius' walls. Theodosius pushed the walls very far away from the previous fortifications and expanded the city. His work must have been awe-inspiring, especially to his enemies. Eleven gates, 192 towers and the wall itself, or rather its two lines stretched for 6.5 kilometers from the Sea of Marmara to the Golden Horn. Thanks to them, the city successfully repelled sieges for centuries to come.
  • Archaeological Museum. If you are a fan of history and archaeology, spend a few hours at the Archaeological Museum. In the museum, you'll find such treasures as the royal Sarcophagus of Alexander, which came from Sidon in Lebanon and dates to the 4th century BC, a rich collection of pottery and jewelry from ancient Cyprus, tablets written in Hittite script, including the Treaty of Kadesh - the oldest known peace treaty in the world.
  • Mosaic Museum. After visiting the Sultan's palace, you can take a little breather and return to Byzantine art. If, like us, you enjoy looking at mosaics, don't miss the Mosaic Museum. It's a tiny museum where, by the way, you will not only see beautiful examples of Byzantine decorative art, but also learn how they are restored. You will find the Mosaic Museum below the Blue Mosque in the Arasta Bazaar.
  • Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Cami). Built in the 17th century on the orders of Sultan Ahmed I, it was intended to overshadow the Hagia Sophia. Wanting to be forgiven by Allah for his bad conduct during his youth (construction began when the sultan was 19, so he misbehaved somehow probably in elementary school;), he insisted that everything in the temple be the most.
  • Suleiman Mosque. This is the work of the most famous Ottoman architect - Mimar Sinan. Sinan was born Joseph to a Christian family in Anatolia. At the age of 19, as a result of a takeover, he was sent to the Sultan's court.
  • Hagia Sophia Mosque (Aya Sofya). Beautiful mosaics, frescoes, decorations, the architecture of this magnificent temple will stay in your memory for a long time. Once called the Church of Divine Wisdom, it was the highest-ranking temple in the Byzantine Empire.
  • Tiles in the Rüstem Paşa mosque
  • Topkapı Palace (Topkapı Sarayı). Topkapi is a must-visit in Istanbul and you must go there if you have never been before. Topkapi is a gem of Ottoman architecture. A 16th century palace laid out in four courtyards, a harem, rich collections of weapons, views from the palace terraces....
  • Construction of the Byzantine hippodrome began in 203. The only surviving element from this period is an obelisk dating from the 15th century BC, and brought from Egypt by Emperor Theodosius in 390.
  • Galata Tower. The tower was built by the Genoese in 1384 and is 63 meters high (67 meters counting the dome).
  • Taksim Square, is the heart of modern Istanbul. There you will find many hotels, stores and restaurants. Well, and it is the gateway to Isitklal Street.
  • The Grand Bazaar (Kapalı Çarşı). Istanbul bazaars. There are many bazaars in Istanbul, there is the Egyptian Bazaar also known as the Spice Bazaar or Spice Bazaar, there is the Arasta Bazaar below the Blue Mosque, there are dozens if not hundreds of smaller marketplaces, but the ability to bargain will be most useful to you at the largest one - the Grand Bazaar.
  • Basilica Cistern Underground (Yerebatan Sarnıçı). If you only have one day in Istanbul, put the Cistern at the top of your list of places to see. The Cistern, also known as the Underground Cistern or Yerebatan Palace, is a huge underground chamber with a vault supported by 336 columns. Built in the 6th century AD, it served as an artificial water reservoir.
  • Valens Aqueduct. 250 kilometers - this is how long was the system of canals, aqueducts and cisterns in Constantinople. It began to be built in the second century AD by Emperor Hadrian.

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Serhat Engul, local Istanbul tour guide

I offer guided tours in languages: English, Turkish

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Istanbul, Turkey
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