• International Weekend Tour in Edirne, Turkey, 30 Nov – 1 Dec

    Would you like to travel in a small group of max. 20 people, with a luxurious mini van and stay at a boutique/5*star hotel?   This tour is for you!
    Would you like to taste the Turkish food, relax your body at a Turkish bath and wake up next to one of the biggest Turkish Mosques? This experience is definitely for you!
    Are you an expat in Thessaloniki, International student or someone who loves the multicultural environments? This networking event is for you!

    Bookings available until the 21st of November.

     The transfer from Thessaloniki to Edirne and back will become by a luxurious VIP mini bus of maximum capacity 20 people.
    • The hotel is a classy boutique hotel opposite the Selimiye mosque and exactly next to the traditional Turkish Hamam/Bath of the city, in a pedestrian road and a green garden to enjoy your breakfast.
    • The group will be guided to Selimiye Mosque, to eski Cami, mosque, will be doing baklava (local sweet) tasting, will be exploring the covered bazaar Arasta and have free time for the big shopping Malls of the city.

     Book your seat best before Friday the 21st of November.  

    Contact Thenia +30 6946773979.

     Thenia Gagalidou, is a Travel Blogger and experienced Tour Leader, who loves Turkey and Edirne is her playground the last year. You better book your weekend break in Nov 30 – Dec 1 with her, you will feel like a Queen/King to be treated with her “μεράκι”. She will make your trip a memorable experience with every detail planned in prior.

    Relax and enjoy your trip with her.

    Edirne, is a small town in Turkey, very close to the Greek and Bulgarian borders. Edirne was the capital of Turkey and Ottoman empire, before Istanbul, and a city with rich culture and majestic architecture. Edirne is well known for local dishes, especially “Ciğer tava” (breaded and deep-fried thin liver slices) and the gorgeous baklava galore, that no one can try only one! It has 2 big shopping Malls and three historic covered bazaars: Arasta, next to Selimiye Mosque, Bedesten next to Eski Cami and Ali Paşa Çarşısı (Ali Pasha Bazaar).

     Book your trip in Edirne with us now!

    Meeting point on 30/11: Aristotle’s square (Egnatia st.) at 05:00.
    Departing from Thessaloniki on 30/11 at: 05:30
    Reach Edirne: by noon.
    Small city tour and free time for shopping, hamam and strolling around.
    Sunday 1/12: City tour, visiting Selimiye Mosque, Eski Cami, the main pedestrian, baklava testing, Arasta covered market and free time.
    At 15:00 (GMT +3, Turkish time): we start our trip back to Thessaloniki.


    100€ per person for a 3ple room in a boutique hotel.
    110€ per person for a 2ble room in a boutique hotel.
    120€ per person for a 1ngle room in a boutique hotel.
    If you are interested in this excursion please first make a reservation by providing us your name and the number of the participants, your tel. number and your e-mail.
    Contact us:
    E: hello@beenthere.eu
    T: +30 6946773979
    The next day you must deposit the total amount of your participation in the following bank accounts:
    IBAN Piraeus Bank: GR6101710690006069143695001
    IBAN Alpha Bank: GR4601407310731002002002140
    IBAN EFG Eurobank: GR8302603880000290200155117
    Beneficiary: Alexandros Bousdoukis
    Covered by Leader Travel.
    Adrianoupoleos & Epanomis 26, 55133
    Thessaloniki, Greece
    G.N.T.O. License: 0933E60000096600
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