Can you drink alcohol in Istanbul?
Can you drink alcohol in Istanbul? Anyone over the age of 18 can go to restaurants, bars, etc. He can buy alcoholic beverages. Local drinks such as beer and wine are very affordable, imported drinks can be a little more expensive. The heavy drink is not part of Turkish culture, they usually enjoy a few drinks while eating or in a nightclub, but they don’t drink much. Therefore, it is recommended to drink in moderation. Drinking while walking down the street is not the norm, but it’s okay to sit and have a beer in a street cafe. It is worth asking in advance as not all restaurants and cafes serve alcoholic beverages. Our Istanbul trips include onboard meals with a variety of beverages, from beer to wine to imported spirits. Sit back and relax as you take in all the views of the Bosphorus.
The most well-known Turkish drink is Raki or Aslan’s Milk. It looks like milk when irrigated and is absolutely strong with about 45% alcohol content. This anise-flavored drink is mixed with refreshingly chilled water alongside a kebab or other dish. It is served with appetizers in Turkish taverns, where friends meet to listen to traditional live folk music and discuss it in depth.
Turkey is a major producer of grapes and winemaking history dating back thousands of years, but later gained international recognition of Turkish wine brands. The best quality wines are Kavaklıdere, a dry white wine fermented in oak barrels from Central Anatolia, Kayra, a fresh, perfumed red wine made with cherries from the Aegean coastal regions, and Paşaeli, a dry, fruity rose wine produced in Izmir. a few.
Efes Pilsen is the most popular beer produced in Izmir. Nothing is more refreshing than a beautiful cold Ephesus on a hot day. Miller, Becks, Fosters, and Warsteiner are manufactured by the same company. Tuborg is another locally produced beer.
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On the Bosphorus Lunch Tour, you will travel from one continent to another between the Golden Horn and the Black Sea entrance, where you can see the beautiful architecture of the Ottoman mansions, famous palaces, and Anadolu Kavağı ramparts. Lunch is served with a variety of drinks on board.
The Istanbul City Tour includes a Walking Tour that includes a lunch break at a restaurant, followed by a visit to the Sultan Tombs, 16th-century sarcophagi, and the former Ottoman residence of Topkapi Palace.
For evening entertainment, you can choose the Bosphorus Dinner Cruise or choose the Istanbul Turkish Night Show and Dinner. You can order alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks with a traditional Turkish meal, which has a variety of options and then follows Turkish classical music and folk dances, belly dances, and a mix of modern and traditional music disco.
Come to Istanbul, we are sure you will have a great time!