Bosphorus Cruise Tour - Half Day
ISTANBUL
€29,99 Euro
  • Dolmabahce Palace

    DOLMABAHCE PALACE

    Dolmabahce palace was built in 1856 and served as palace for ottoman sultans till 1923

  • Spice Market

    SPICE MARKET

    Hundreds of Pigeons are fed by habitants and visitors just in front of Spice Bazaar where host hundreds of shops and you can smell the perfect scents of herbs and spices and taste perfect ottoman Turkish delight and Turkish coffee

  • Bosphorus Bridge

    BOSPHORUS BRIDGE

    First suspension bridge of Istanbul city which connect Europe to Asia.

  • Golden Horn

    GOLDEN HORN

    Mostly jewish synagouges located on balat area which is just after visiting Golden Horn.

INCLUDE
(+) Pick up from your hotel (Sultanahmet and Taksim)
(+) Entrance fees
(+) Licensed English speaking guide
(+) Drop off to hotel at the end
(+) Gratuities
EXCLUDE
(-) Personal expenses
(-) Lunch

Rezervasyon

ITINERARY

TOUR OPTION 1

Dolmabahce Palace

(Closed on Mondays - Thursdays & replaced with Chora Museum)

Dolmabahce palace was built in 1856 and served as palace for ottoman sultans till 1923. Armenian architects;  Balyan Family, Nikogos and Sarkis Balyan, made construction as baroque and ottoman comnbination style. That people melt 35 tones of gold which cost 1,3 billion Dollar. That only 14 tons of gold in the form of gold leaf were used to gild the ceilings of the palace which cover 45,000 square meters mono block.

Spice Market

Hundreds of Pigeons are fed by habitants and visitors just in front of Spice Bazaar where host hundreds of shops and you can smell the perfect scents of Herbs and spices and taste perfect ottoman turkish delight and turkish coffee.
 

TOUR OPTION 2

Dolmabahce Palace

(Closed on Mondays - Thursdays & replaced with Chora Museum)

Dolmabahce palace was built in 1856 and served as palace for ottoman sultans till 1923. Armenian architects;  Balyan Family, Nikogos and Sarkis Balyan, made construction as baroque and ottoman comnbination style. That people melt 35 tones of gold which cost 1,3 billion Dollar. That only 14 tons of gold in the form of gold leaf were used to gild the ceilings of the palace which cover 45,000 square meters mono block.

Bosphorus Bridge
First suspension bridge of Istanbul city which connect Europe to Asia.

Camlica Hill

260 meters from sea level which is highest point of Istanbul where you can see 360 degree all Asia and Europe.

Golden Horn (By Bus) 
Mostly jewish synagouges located on balat area which is just after visiting golden horn.  You will visit this district by bus after Camlica Hill.

Fener Greek Patriarchate
Greek orthodox Patriarchate; Since 1586, the Orthodox Patriarchate has had its headquarters in the relatively modest Church of St. George in the Fener district of Istanbul.

* You can choose either Tour option 1 or Tour option 2