Turkey Real Food Adventure
Turkey Real Food Adventure
Get up close and personal with Turkey’s age-old culinary traditions on this authentic food adventure. From ancient recipes with modern twists to Asian-inspired feasts with European influences, take a tongue-tingling journey beyond the cookbook and discover the secrets behind delicious Turkish dishes. Enjoy a cooking class in the caves of Cappadocia, learn from a celebrated local chef in Selcuk, and explore the impressive ruins of Ephesus. Whether you’re wandering through the passageways of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar or flying high in a balloon above the fairy chimneys of Goreme, embark on an experience that goes above and beyond what you think you know about Turkish cuisine.
- Istanbul – Welcome Dinner
- Istanbul – Spice Market tour
- Istanbul – Kadikoy visit and street food tour
- Istanbul – City Tour
- Gallipoli – Battlefields visit
- Canakkale – Leader-led orientation walk
- Canakkale – Cheese and jam tasting
- Havran – Olive Oil Farm
- Adatepe – Altar of Zeus
- Ephesus – Archaeological site visit
- Selcuk – Sultankoy Village Carpet Weaving
- Selcuk – Cooking class
- Selcuk – Leader-led orientation walk
- Izmir – Street eats and city tour
- Cappadocia – Derinkuyu Underground City
- Goreme – Sunset wine tasting
- Goreme – Red Valley walk
- Goreme – Soganli Valley walk
- Mustafapasa – Coffeehouse visit and tasting
- Goreme – Cooking Class
- Cappadocia – Pottery demonstration
- Istanbul – Balik ekmek (fish sandwich)
- Discover the secrets behind Turkish dishes during a cooking class with a celebrated local chef in Selcuk, and learn how to make central Anatolian dishes with a local chef in her cave home.
- Meet the people behind the dishes, from the market vendors serving up sizzling street food in Izmir and Istanbul, to the owners of a local olive farm in a rural village.
- Explore bustling Istanbul, walk among the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia, hear the wartime stories of Gallipoli and wander through the ancient ruins of Ephesus.
- Taste the country’s most cherished dishes, from iconic kebabs and world-famous Turkish delight to local favourites like baklava, pide, gozleme and fish sandwiches.
- Get to know the artisans behind local crafts when you visit a social enterprise that trains local women in carpet weaving, and visit a family-run pottery studio that’s been in business for six generations.
Overnight train to Goreme
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