Dear travellers who whish to see my beautiful country, I have both relevant education which enable me to travel all over Turkey’s major destinations (beaches and immeasurable historical cities) and extensive work experiment of incoming and congress department in Istanbul which takes up million of tourists per year; . I studied to become a tourist guide in Turkey. As a graduate from Guiding, we are qualified on history, mythology, archaeology, history of religion, history of art, I am fully licenced guide approved from the Ministery of Culture and Tourism of Turkish Republic. During the time i have lived in England for 5 years I studied Travel and Tourism in Greenwich School of Management. In 2010 - 2011 winter i was in Latin America ( Guatemala ) to learn spanish :)) Entonces tambien yo soy un guia de turisma en Espanol. Me alegre mucho para ser sus guia en mi pais.
I guide visiters of Turkey who is from any country can speak and understand English and Spanish.
Recent reviews of this tour guide:
We had a half day tour with Dilek. She was an excellent guide. We visited the Cistern and then some of our group wanted to shop at the bazaar. Afterward, she took us to an excellent local restaurant for lunch. She was very flexible, knowledgeable, and full of energy. She spoke very good English. She made the tour interesting by talking about life in Istanbul and answering our questions. I would definitely recommend her to anyone needed a tour guide.
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Tour guide services/sample itinerary:
Walking tour enables you to see the historical peninsula which we call old city of Istanbul. In old city we can see the imperial centre of Turkish Ottoman Empire with Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, Grand Bazaar and Eastern side of Roman (Byzantine ) Empire monuments of Hagia Sophia, Bazalica Underground Cistern, Hipodrome. This is one of the most popular visits in Istanbul.
BOSPHORUS BOAT TOUR, CITY WALLS WITH FAMOUS SPICE MARKET ( INCLUDING CHORA CHURCH, PIER LOTI HILL BY CAR )
When you visit Istanbul you dont leave before you see the bosphorus which is a strait devides Asia from Europe as Istanbul geographically situated on two continent its a must see tour. Chora Museum is one of the most famous museum with beautiful mosaic pictures like a picture book. Also in this tour you can see the city walls of Old Istanbul and have a good rest with cup of Turkish cafee in Pier Loti hill where you can see view of historical Peninsula from here the best.
ASIAN AND EUROPIAN SIDE OF ISTANBUL BY CAR
In that tour we can see Dolmabahce Palace of Turkish Ottoman Empire, according to your preference visit the imperial gardens of Ottoman Empire Yıldız, then cross the bridge from Europe to Asia to see the Asian side of Istanbul
***We can also visit Jewish heritage sites and Sefarads and Ashkenaniz sinogogs in Istanbul
- You can start your tour either from your hotel, apartment, airport or cruise port in Istanbul. I will pick you up at the agreed time for the tour and drop off at the place you want at the end of the tour
- We can do the tour by walking, using public transports, or i can pick you up with a private air conditioned car or van with a private driver.
- I can also do tailor made tour which we can arrange it according to your personal interest and preferences.
Transportation by tour guide:
If you wish to see the sites in Istanbul by private car or a van, i can provide private van or car with airconditioning and driver.
Private sightseeing & group tours offered by this guide:
BOSPHORUS BOAT TOUR, CITY WALLS WITH FAMOUS SPICE
LOCAL URBAN LIFE
Tour guide interests:
Cooking, Reading, travelling, Archeology, history..
Reviews of this tour – by clients who booked!
Dilek is very nice and friendly.
She knew very well about Istanbul History.
She brought to a very good Kebab restaurant.
However Istanbul is too big for 1 day tour.
If I have a chance to come to Istanbul again, I will surely ask her to lead and tell me more about this beautiful and charming city.
Dear Dilek, thank you so much for the tour! I enjoyed it very much!!!
You not only taught me general things about Ottoman and Turkish history, but also showed me funny details (I'll never forget the carved cat in the pillar in the Haghia Sophia! ;-)
thank you also for answering so patiently all my questions about Turkish society.
I hope we can meet when I come back to Turkey!