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EbruHello Ladies! This is Ebru from Turkey. I hope you are having a great day. I am 25 years old. I am a teacher of English. I believe in kindness and humanity. That's why I like hosting people in my city. I also will travel this July. I hope I can find good people that will host me. I belive that goodness returns to you and I hope I will encounter it. I am on couchsurfing also if you need. I like singing, yoga, hiking, camping. That s all about me
BuseHey everyone, My name is Buse, I'm 21. I'm studying medicine in Istanbul. I'm a hiking, nature, art and travel enthusiast. I'm planning to visit all the countries in the world and I've started with countries close to Turkey. I was born and raised in Istanbul. I'd be really happy to help you, if you're planning to visit my city. I'm vegetarian and I'm in love with zero-waste and eco-friendly lifestyle. I love animals. I love partying. I hope we can have fun together 💜
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Food: It’s heavily meat based and most places don’t even advertise vegetarian options but you can always manage somehow… Safety: I feel safe here, but stay away from back streets where there are no shops. I’ve noticed a few child beggars so keep purse close Budget: This is the most conservative city in Turkey, according to consensus by Google search. Wearing a headscarf and modest clothing is highly recommended. And, unless you’re already from a conservative culture, your most conservative will be less than the average woman. But, it’s safe. It’s very cheap by western standards. A fancy meal will cost about 300tl, average random place maybe 40-80tl, but if you find the right falafel or doner place, you’ll pay 20tl. A USD is about 18tl. Major museums (archeological, cultural, Mevlana aka Rumi) are free. There are also whirling dervish performances(Sema) that are also, apparently, free! It’s likely shopkeepers won’t speak English, or if they do, very minimal. Busses and trams require a card that you cannot get at every stop, so if you plan on using public transport, plan ahead. The city is very walkable. There’s Aladdin Park in the middle. Accommodation: Zafer Pension is about 250tl a night for a private room. I highly recommend them! Recommendations: Cover hair and wear modest clothing. Don’t engage with creepy or aggressive men… the usual. Carry tissues bc public toilets don’t have paper
Yes, Konya is generally safe for solo female travellers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Konya is a great destination for solo travel. The city is known for its rich cultural heritage, and there are plenty of attractions to explore. The city is also very safe, and the locals are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars to explore, and the city is well connected by public transport.
Konya is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travelers. The cost of living is relatively low, and there are plenty of budget-friendly accommodation options available. Additionally, there are plenty of free attractions and activities to enjoy in the city, such as visiting the Mevlana Museum and the Alaeddin Mosque.
Visit the Mevlana Museum: This museum is dedicated to the life and teachings of the famous Sufi poet and philosopher, Mevlana Rumi. It is located in the city of Konya and is a great place to learn about the history and culture of the city.
Explore the Alaeddin Mosque: This mosque is one of the most important religious sites in Konya and is a great place to explore the city’s Islamic heritage.
Visit the Selimiye Mosque: This mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Turkey and is a great place to explore the city’s Islamic heritage.
Take a stroll through the Karatay Bazaar: This bazaar is one of the oldest and most famous bazaars in Turkey and is a great place to explore the city’s culture and history.
Visit the Ince Minare Museum: This museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the Seljuk Empire and is a great place to learn about the city’s past.
Explore the Konya Archaeological Museum: This museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the city and is a great place to explore the city’s past.
Take a walk through the Alaeddin Hill: This hill is one of the most beautiful places in Konya and is a great place to explore the city’s culture and history.
Visit the Sahip Ata Tomb: This tomb is one of the most important religious sites in Konya and is a great place to explore the city’s Islamic heritage.
Take a stroll through the Konya Citadel: This citadel is one of the oldest and most important fortifications in Turkey and is a great place to explore the city’s history and culture.
Visit the Konya Ethnography Museum: This museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the city and is a great place to explore the city’s past.
Yes, Konya is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the area before you travel and take the necessary safety precautions.
Konya is generally considered safe at night. However, as with any city, it is always best to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings.