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Gay Friendly Turkey Tours

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Gay Friendly Turkey Tours
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Address Alemdar Mah, Divanyolu Cad, Incilicavus Sok
Sultanahmet, Fatih
Istanbul
Turkey
Phone:+905399896792
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Gay owned and operated A Class Certificated travel agency located in Istanbul. We have been offering everyday departure gay and lesbian friendly tours in Istanbul since 2003.
 
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