Inferno In The Footsteps of Dan Brown

Hagia Sophia
Hagia Sophia
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Front of the toll bar at the main entrance of Istanbul Archaeology Museum

duration

3-4 hours

tour fee

65 USD per person

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  • The rates provided are Net and per person in Turkish Lira currency.
  • Upon new modifications there may be changes in the offered rates.
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Dan Brown’s latest novel, ‘Inferno,’ has topped bestsellers lists everywhere since publication in May 2013 and, as many are now aware, is partially set in Istanbul. Readers are invited to follow the protagonist, Harvard professor Robert Langdon on an exhilarating romp through the art history of Florence and Venice before tracing the clues to Istanbul, where the story reaches its climax. Whilst some critics have complained that it reads more like a guidebook than a novel at times, Brown cannot be knocked for his lack of detail.

When Dan Brown was researching Inferno, he visited Istanbul in 2009 and met with renowned tour-guide Serhan Güngör. Brown later revealed that Serhan was the inspiration behind the character Mirsat, the enthusiastic guide who shows Langdon around the Hagia Sophia, before becoming increasingly bewildered and concerned by the professor’s mystifying antics. In conjunction with esteemed travel agents, istanbulstepbystep.com (FEST Travel), Serhan is now offering tours ‘In Search of Dan Brown’s Historic Pensinula. We invite you to Inferno In the Footsteps of Dan Brown.

Tour Details:

Meet with Your FEST Travel guide in front of Hagia Sophia. Hagia Sophia, the Archaeological Museum with sculptures from the Ancient Age from the Archaic Era to the Roman Era with wide unique artifacts, treasury section, the Non-Islamic and Islamic cabinets and the Library, The Basilica Cistern which is subterranean wonder and one of the biggest of Istanbul’s surviving Byzantine sites.

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Important Notes

- The rates have been calculated for minimum 5 participation,
- The rates are in USD currency and Net / Non-Commissionable / Non-Discountable,
- The package offered to you is on private basis meaning that a private guide will be provided for the tour. You will be the only ones in the tour,
istanbulstepbystep always has the right to modify the tour according to the up most satisfaction of the clients,
- Upon new modifications there may be changes in the offered rates,
- We will disclaim any responsibility and shall not pay any indemnity or reimbursement in the event of certain museums or monuments included in the program could not be visited with any reason beyond our control.
- If you are running late for the scenario please call our local emergency number so that we can relay that message to the scenarist.
- Tipping is always appreciated although not obligatory. Our clients generally tip anywhere from 10-25% of the purchase price of a personal service such as this, depending on the quality of the experience and their tipping habits.