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Vefa Bozacisi

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Vefa Bozacisi

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Katip Celebi Cad. No:104/1 Vefa, Istanbul 34470 Turkey
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Join one of the best Bosphorus boat tours in Istanbul and admire the cosmopolitan city from a completely different perspective while enjoying the beautiful views of the Orient and the Occident at the same time. <br><br>Your Istanbul Welcome Card Marine Officer will welcome you at the pier and help you on the boat, hand you over our Bosphorus tour plan and explain you what will see on the boat tour. <br><br>Bosphorus Boat Tour<br><br>The Bosphorus is 32km long, separates Europe from Asia and connects the Marmara Sea to the Black Sea. Cruise along the Bosphorus between Asia and Europe and discover Istanbul tourist attractions, magnificent palaces, ancient castles, and other historical sites, as well as fine seaside residences and the Bosphorus bridge. Furthermore, you will have a glance at the spectacular pieces of authentic civic architecture on the European and Asian coast.<br><br>Our boat is departing hourly, if you should miss your departure time you can join the next departing boat.
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daryoush m wrote a review Dec 2019
Istanbul, Turkey21 contributions
If u r in Istanbul u must visit at least once, in TURKEY there are lots of boza brands but this one is the first place, They have been producing boza till Ottaman Empire, place is historical and be careful They have no branch, taste and ambiance is perfect. Must be seen
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Karim wrote a review Aug 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates3 contributions
If you want to eat something you have never tasted. This is the place. Its theme is very old. It had its own atmosphere
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Samer Abi-Khalil wrote a review Jul 2019
Lebanon206 contributions10 helpful votes
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The cafe is not located at the centre of the old city, you can go by walking around 15 - 20 minutes after the Laleli station of the train, you can follow a Google map and/or ask people to search there, but you have to do it, because it will be something done in your stay in Istanbul like nowhere else you can do it. A tasty cream traditionally prepared, or an old traditional syrup, in an old authentic cafe, it will be a great experience to tell about.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Aleksandar A wrote a review Mar 2019
Bulgaria78 contributions24 helpful votes
Interestingly, the Turkish boss differs from the boza on the Balkans, and I have the opinion that the Ottomans brought the boza to the Balkans. The difference is that in the Balkans the boza is to drunk, and in Turkey it is dense and it takes a spoon to eat. Local people say that the best boza in Istanbul is here. Great place and obligatory to visit
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Date of experience: November 2018
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GulizDogan wrote a review Mar 2019
Ankara, Turkey94 contributions5 helpful votes
This was the most delicious boza in my life. If you like traditional drinks you should have this drink. It is made of barley, rye, oat, wheat, buckwheat, Albanian corn, cereal flour and sometimes rice and bread. This drink originally is a winter drink and very nutritious.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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