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Prostitution is legal in the Turkey under article 128 of the Turkish Law Code 1953 in 24.04.1930 after Mustafa Kemal Ataturk founded the Modern Republic in 1923 But since Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2002 his extremely conservative and Islamist politics, has managed to close almost the vast majority of these premises, refusing to give new license to work as a prostitute. This implies precariousness in working conditions of prostitutes. Work on the street means being exposed to greater vulnerability and violence, increased illnesses, and even the possibility of easily fall into sexual exploitation networks. An estimated 3,000 women work in licensed, state-regulated brothels. The average Turkish prostitute still hides her profession for most friends and relatives.

You might think that the streetwalkers, street hookers are the easiest to find after all, they re easy to find but remember; that is illegal and they re relatively anonymous you have to go elsewhere for quality. If you want to have walking and visit the places slowly you can join to the this tour which will take you from your hotel to one of the countrys few remaining red-light districts. This tour sums up the types of Istanbul prostitution that exist, from window prostitution in Istanbul Red Light Area and luxury brothels to call girls, escort girls services and internet-based prostitution from home. Where or How to find brothels in istanbul? Here is an address: map of red light district

Closed Brothels And Clubs, It's estimated that the bulk of istanbul prostitutes work in closed clubs and brothels - meaning that, unlike the window brothels, you can't look in from the streets. Men who go to a club in Istanbul can pick up between a few arab girls if it's a small place, or a dozen girls if it's large. But the choice will be much more limited than with window prostitution. Red Light District In Istanbul Photo

Escort Services in Istanbul, The difference between a brothel and an escort service (call girls), is that the escort service doesn't receive clients. Instead, a client can call them to have a girl sent to their home or hotel room. Typically, Istanbul call girls are accompanied by a driver who's waiting outside. For the rest, most of the rules for brothels and clubs apply. Istanbul has quite a lot of escort bureaus. Some Istanbul escort girls also work freelance in aksaray is also known prostitutes area istanbul. And you can find prostitutes in istanbul hotels in taksim area. Arabian prostitutes in istanbul turkey also work freelance in Taksim Istanbul

Sex Clubs Istanbul, Istanbul has quite a few notorious sex clubs, but many people who visit them get RIPPED OFF They often start you with overpriced alcohol and you buying expensive non-alcoholic champagne for a girl hoping to get your business. For more information search Google, Bar Scam istanbul, Lets Have a Drink Scam, Club Scam in Istanbul, Single Male robbery in Istanbul! Even worse, on top of an hourly fee starting around 150-.euro, you ll often have to pay a taxi commission for the guy who brought you there of around 75-.euro, sometimes even if you didnt come in a taxi. These places often have bad reputations, although if you ve got a lot of money and want a little fun with ladies in istanbul they might be a good choice.


  Tour Itinerary  
Walking Tour in Istanbul
Duration 2 Hour
Departure Start at 10:00 from Burger King Taksim Square
What to visit Red Light District, Beyoglu, Pera, Istiklal Street

Red Light District Istanbul History,

Since the 1870s , prostituierte has thrived in Istanbul Beyoglu district, which houses Kadem and its sister street, Zurafa. For five decades, an Armenian businesswoman, Matild Manukyan, ran an empire of Beyoglu brothels that netted her an estimated $4 million annually until her death in 2001. Sunday, the last day of rest before the workweek, always brought her particularly brisk business.

With Manukyans death ,the city lost not only a substantial source of revenue (she reportedly paid $1.2 million in taxes in 1992), but also a good half-dozen of its best-known brothels. Her son, an engineer, closed her properties.

It is little known , In the early twentieth century, Istanbul was a center for prostitution for its role in the TRAFFIC WHITE WOMAN. Newly founded Turkish Republic regulated prostitution was transformed in the urban geographies of Istanbul in the 1920s and 1930s.

By the 1860s,A French visitor to Odessa wrote that Jews there were responsible for a white slavery market in Russian women to Turkey. This is feasible, especially since we know that Jewish brothel-keepers were already in place at the other end in Constantinople. The 1889 census shows that Jewish women ran 30 of 36 licensed brothels in Kherson province, where Odessa was located. In 1908 the American consul there claimed that the whole business of prostitution is almost exclusively in the hands of Jews.

Tour of Red Light District Istanbul Today

What 2 See During The Tour , The neighborhood of Galata located on a steep hump of land north of the Golden Horn and historic peninsula, actually sits on the earliest foundations of the city, dating, as far as present-day archaeologists can tell, to Greek and Roman times. Our tour starts from Burger King At Taksim square and we will see bellow places during tour...

1. Gezi Park, A wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Turkey began on 28 May 2013, initially to contest the urban development plan for Istanbul's Taksim Gezi Park.

2. Republic Monument, it was designed and made by Italian sculptor Pietro Canonica on August 8, 1928. The Republic Monument is a notable monument located at Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey to commemorate the formation of the Turkish Republic in 1923

3. Taksim Water Cistern, The word Taksim means "division" or "distribution". The Taksim square was originally the point where the main water lines from the north of Istanbul were collected and branched off to other parts of the city

4. Dingo's horse stables, Until electricity power comes to Istanbul in 1914, horse-drawn trams are an indispensable element for urban transport.

5. Consulate General of France, First built in 1760 as a hospital. Name was Saint Jean Baptiste Hospital. Todays building is made on 1898 and has been used for Consulate General of France from 1926. Here is also using for events such as exhibitions, concerts, theater and French cultural center.

6. Surp Ohan Vosgeperan Armenian Catholic Church , This is a Catholic church so connected to the Vatican, to the Pope. Built in 1863. The starting place of Armenian Catholicism is in Istanbul. Church also visited by Pop II. Jean Paul in 1979

7. Zambak (Lily) Street, It is one of the important points in the Istanbul's prostitution history. We know Soviet Union had a practice of setting up foreign visitors in nice hotels and then basically sending them attractive prostitutes. However the room was bugged and they would videotape the rendezvous and then threaten that individual with the tape as blackmail like they did it to Sukarno was the first President of Indonesia

KGB agents were expecting him to get really frightened, that he would agree to cooperate with them at once, but Sukarno fondly decided that it was a gift from the Soviet government, so he asked for more copies to take them back to Indonesia and show them in movie theatres. Sukarno said to flabbergasted agents that the people of Indonesia would be very proud of him, if they could see him doing the nasty with Russian girls.

But it was First and Last story in Turkish history about sending prostitutes to a president, undercover to have sex... Sukarno The President of Indonesia , he used to like to eat local food and to have sex with local girls in his travels. He visited Turkey in 1959... Lux Nermin... Sexually transmitted infection Gonorrhea... Diplomatic scandal between Turkey and Indonesia :)

8. Hagia Triada Greek Orthodox Church, The Hagia Triada, Holy Trinity, The building was erected in 1880 and is considered the largest Greek Orthodox shrine in Istanbul today. It is still in use by the Greek community of Istanbul. It has about 150 parishioners. The church is located in the district of Beyoglu, in the neighborhood of Katip Celebi, on Meselik sokak, near Taksim Square.

9. Zografeion Greek Lyceum, The school was founded in the late 19th century in 1885, as the growing number of Greek students, the community decided to build a new school, and donations were collected from a number of people. Christakis Zografos, who was living in Paris at the time, made the largest contribution, of 10,000 gold liras. In 1890, the Greek community decided that the school be renamed after Zografos.

10. Esayan Armenian High School, Second monumental building rising opposite Zografeion is Istanbuls famous Armenian High School Esayan. It has been building in 1895 ordered by Kayseri-born charitable businessman two merchant brothers Migirdic and Ohannes Esayan and this wisdom housing, from that day to this day has remained in perfect health.

11. Huseyin Aga Mosque, is only one mosque on istiklal street between Taksim Square and Tunnel Square built in 1594. This is another witness shows how few Muslims lived in Pera area during Ottoman period.

12. Hadji Abdullah Efendi Restaurant, For an authentic taste of the Ottoman Food, head to the Haci Abdullah Lokantasi Since 1888 in Karakoy. Moves to Pera Rumeli Inn in 1920 and Finally settled in its current location in 1958.

13. Armenian Catholic Patriarchate and Asdvadzadzin Church, also known as Armenian Catholic Archdiocese of Constantinople, serves Armenian Catholics in Turkey and is under the Armenian Catholic Patriarch of Cilicia. The seat is in Istanbul. Established in 1866. In 1869, Church received visits from Eugenie de Montijo, Empress consort of Napoleon III of France and other foreign monarchs on their way to the opening of the Suez Canal.

14. 1. Hot Street

15. Saint Antoine Catholic Church, alternatively known as the st. Anthony of Padua or Sant Antonio di Padova Church, The original St. Anthony of Padua Church was built in 1725 by the local Italian community of Istanbul, but was later demolished and replaced with the current building which was constructed on the same location built in 1912

16. The Swedish Palace in Istanbul, is Swedens oldest state property abroad. The grounds in Beyoglu (ancient Pera) were bought in 1757. However, the original building was damaged by fire on several occasions and the present Swedish Palace dates from 1870.

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18. Tunnel Square The Tunnel is the second-oldest subterranean urban rail line in the world, after the London Underground (1863) It is an underground funicular with two stations, connecting the quarters of Karakoy and Beyoglu. Located at the northern shore of the Golden Horn, Inaugurated on January 1875

19. 3. Brothel

20. African and Eastern Europen girls area, Laleli and Aksaray area have a doggie reputation because of its bars and clubs full of Eastern Europen prostitutes and nowadays so many girls comes from African countries.

We kindly request our guests to be ready 10 minutes before departure time,
30% discount for over 60 years old,


What is including? What Is Not!
  • Meeting point is Burger King at Taksim square
  • Pick up from your Hotel is extra charge
  • Professional English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Local Taxes
  • Entrance Is 5 Lira (2 USD)
  • 2 Tram Ticket 5 Lira (2 USD)
  • Intercourse Is 100 Lira (35 USD)
  • Please keep your ID card with you
  • Also leave your backpacks hotel because those are not allowed inside either.
  • Open Everyday
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