City Walls : The first beach of the walls was by the Fourth Crusade in 1204, the second by the cannons and troops of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453.
Drive by bus to Golden Horn : As a natural and extremely secure harbor,
The Golden Horn has played an important role in the development of İstanbul.
The inlet separates the Europan shore into two. It is approximately 8 km long, and the widest part is the entrance from the Bosphorus. Two streams drain into this inlet at its far end.
Spice Bazaar ( Egyptian Bazaar ) : The air here is filled with the enticing aromas of cinnamon , carawy, saffron , mint , thyme and every other conceivable herb and spice .
Boat Trip on the Bosphorus : An amazing cruise between the two continents , EUROPE and ASIA , along the Bosphorus by the Dolmabahçe and Beylerbeyi Palaces, wooden villas and mansions up to the Rumeli Fortress near the Black Sea.
Rumeli Fortress from the sea ( No interior Visit ) : Built by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1452 prior to the Conquest of Istanbul , was completed in only four months to control and protect the Bosphorus . It is one of the most beautiful works of military architecture anywhere in the world. Returning to your hotel.
Bosphorus Bridge : Unique chance to step from one continent ( ASIA ) to another ( EUROPE )
Beylerbeyi Palace : A pleasant drive to the Asian part of Istanbul through suspension Bosphorus Bridge. The palace was the famous summer residence of the Ottoman Sultans on the Asia Side, with its magnificent gardens and breathtaking richness. The Beylerbeyi Palace lying on the beautiful shores of the Bosphorus is fully furnished and it is a perfect example of the late Ottoman architecture.
Camlica Hill : Drive up to the highest hill of Istanbul called Camlica where you will enjoy a very impressive panoramic view of Istanbul.
|Pick up drop of transfers from the hotels,
English spaeking professional guide,
Main enterance fees of museums,
Transportation by A/C bus
Set Menu Lunch
|Drink at Lunch and personal expensis
|Spice Bazaar is closed on Sundays
Beylerbeyi Palace is closed on Thursdays