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There is no rule against traveling solo. There is no rule against traveling for the first time. If you use a visa agent then you should make really sure that you understand what you sign and that it is the truth. Honest visa agents help their clients with confusing application forms, for a fee. Dishonest visa agents enter lies for their clients, but it is ...


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I live in Cambridge and all you’ve got to be worried about is some teenagers messing around or a Chinese tourist running in front of the road with their selfie stick. Although the town is bustling it’s completely safe and you're not going to get robbed unless you're at the strawberry fair. If you have a bike, triple lock it.


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Most streets are quite walkable, and you can see many places that are closeby just by walking! :) There are mostly metro, train, tram, bus, ferry etc. access everywhere. My suggestion is starting at eminonu, and taking the T1 tram to sultanahmet See stations here You can start at sultanahmet square. From here, sultanahmet mosque, Basilica Cistern, Topkapı ...


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Unfortunately for you, "just finished school" is a typical situation for young people to leave home to seek their fortune abroad -- especially if home is a country with low socioeconomic development. The main task of visa officers is to keep those people out -- so in order to get a visa you'll need to present a convincing reason why seeking your fortune in ...


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You’re going at night, the only option after searching around it a taxi. You’re looking at $300+ per person.


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Best walking routes in Istanbul are along the shorelines, because there are no Hills and there is always a view. E.g. Walk from Kadıköy to Bostancı, from Üsküdar to Beykoz, from Kabataş to Rumeli Hısar , from Eminönü to Eyüp, from Yenikapı to Eminönü etc.


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Istanbul is very walkable in my opinion. Some streets don't have sidewalks but they're still pretty navigable. You can walk the whole Fatih (with all the mosques) and Beyoglu (with Taksim) districts and some Uskudar (Asian side). You can visit Bursa via ferry or Ankara via high speed rail, both are likely to have similar walkability (I have only visited the ...


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