Istanbul Jewish Tour
ISTANBUL
Operated Everyday
  • Ashkenazi Synagogue

    ASHKENAZI SYNAGOGUE

    Ashkenazi located in Karakoy just 50 meters below neighborhood of Beyoglu in Istanbul, Turkey

  • Ahrida Synagogue

    AHRIDA SYNAGOGUE

    Ahrida was built by greek jews, Sefardic jews from Ohri started to use and now only place to pray for Jewish Sabbatean movement

  • Museum of 500.Year

    MUSEUM OF 500.YEAR

    Museum reflects best living style and history of Jewish people in Turkey. It was Zulfaris synagogue and converted to museum

  • Neve Shalom Synagogue

    NEVE SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

    Neve Shalom means Peace Oasis, Turkish jews synagogue which is Sephardic synagogue in Istanbul

  • Etz-Ahayım Synanogue

    ETZ-AHAYIM SYNANOGUE

    Etz-Ahayim synagogue is located in Ortakoy. Etz-Ahayim means the Tree of Life

INCLUDE
(+) Pick up from the hotel
(+) Entrance Fees
(+) Guidance in English (Spanish, German, French are optional)
(+) Drop off to your hotel at the end of the tour.
(+) Transportation with A/C nonsmoking vehicle
(+) Full day air-conditioned minibus (9:00am to 5:00pm) in Istanbul and driver
EXCLUDE
(-) Lunch

For reservation Istanbul Jewish Tour:

# We need passport copies

# Tour available only on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays

 

Rezervasyon

ITINERARY

Istanbul city open its gates to Jewish people from all over the world when they run away from holocaust now there are pretty much number of Jewish population in Istanbul city as well as Synagogues.

Some of them will be seen on tour as below;

 

Ashkenazi Synagogue

Ashkenazi located in Karakoy just 50 meters below neighborhood of Beyoglu in Istanbul, Turkey. It is the only currently active Ashkenazi Synagogue in Istanbul open to visits to prayers. The Synagogue was founded by Jews whom run from Austrian in 1900. It is also the last remaining Synagogue for Ashkenaz. Ashkenazi has around 500 members on nowadays.

 

Ahrida Synagogue

Ahrida was built by greek jews, Sefardic jews from Ohri started to use and now only place to pray for Jewish Sabbatean movement. It is renovated by Quincentennial Foundation Museum.

 

Galata Tower

Tower was built in 528 by Byzantium people, that tower destroyed in 1204 by crusades and in 1348 it is rebuilt by the name ‘Christ tower’ that tower can see all old city peninsula, new city and vicinity therefore it is used as watching tower then

 

Museum of 500.Year - The Quincentennial Foundation Museum

Museum reflects best living style and history of Jewish people in Turkey. It was Zulfaris Synagogue and converted to museum

 
Neve Shalom Synagogue

Neve Shalom means Peace Oasis, Turkish jews Synagogue which is Sephardic Synagogue in Istanbul.  Neve Shalom serves highly Bar Mitzvahs, funerals and weddings.

 

Etz Ahayim Synanogue

Etz-Ahayim Synagogue is located in Ortakoy.  Etz-Ahayim means the Tree of Life