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Karaagac

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Karaagac

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Private Edirne Day Tour from Istanbul
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Private Edirne Day Tour from Istanbul

Known as Adrianople until it was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in the 14th century, Edirne is home to a series of remarkable buildings built across the ages. Whether you’re staying in town or you want to explore the city’s ancient offerings during your shore time, get around without the need for maps or rental cars on this private full day tour. Visit the city’s historic mosques, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Selimiye Mosque, and pick up some souvenirs at the remarkable Grand Bazaar.
$207.68 per adult
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Vedat B wrote a review Feb 2020
Inegol, Turkey8 contributions4 helpful votes
The train looks great. I can even come just to take pictures. I would recommend it to everyone. Absolutely awesome.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tas G wrote a review Nov 2018
Athens, Greece965 contributions185 helpful votes
When you pass the borders is the first area you meet before you reach Edirne. Is a quite cozy place with nice and small cafe not so crowded, at least the day we visit it. Near is the Fine Arts Faculty which is also very beautiful and interesting. I would love to visit it again.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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tsak wrote a review Nov 2018
Thessaloniki, Greece127 contributions22 helpful votes
This is the first Turkish village after crossing the borders driving from Greece. Old wooden houses, narrow streets, small stores displaying their goods on the pavements, an interesting old villa and the picturesque old train station.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Seymen S wrote a review Aug 2018
Istanbul, Turkey325 contributions75 helpful votes
A perfect place to relax and unwind after touring the city. Unlike the busy city center this area is very quite and green surroundings. There are lot of cafes to drink refreshments. The Fine Arts section of the Trakya University is also located here with the famous historical train station.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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AnBe1986 wrote a review Jul 2018
Stade, Germany1,199 contributions160 helpful votes
After visiting the former train station we stopped at Karaagac for a cup of coffee and just to relax. It is the perfect place to do so. Many different restaurants along the street with an overall warm and friendly atmosphere. You‘ll feel welcome right away.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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