Tour of "Sultan Ahmet Center", the heart of the "Old City" from where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires were ruled. Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome and Grand Covered Bazar
HAGIA SOPHIA, one of the greatest marvels of architecture, constructed as a basilica in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian. Learn More >
TOPKAPI PALACE, residence of Ottoman Sultans exhibiting imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics, kitchen, Chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy section etc. (Harem is not included in the program and visit it due to an extra entrance fee)
RÜSTEM PAŞA MOSQUE, designed by the court architect Sinan for the Grand Vizier of Süleyman The Magnificent.. Learn More >
HAGIA (St.) SOPHIA • BLUE MOSQUE
HIPPODROME OBELISK OF THEODOSIUS • SERPENTINE COLUMN
GERMAN FOUNTAIN OF WILHELM II
GRAND COVERED BAZAAR (Art Demonstration of Handmade Turkish Carpets)
TOPKAPI PALACE (Harem section is not included in the program) Learn More >
SPICE BAZAAR, BOSPHORUS CRUISE, RUMELİ FORTRESS...
GOLDEN HORN (from the bus), the arm of the Bosphorus and a natural harbour of the historical peninsula separating the old and the new parts of İstanbul where the first colonies settled during the Byzantine. Learn More >
Dinner at a first class restaurant with limited local drinks included, watching spectacular FLOORSHOW of famous BELLY DANCERS and typical ANATOLIAN FOLK DANCES. Groups featuring popular musical instruments and Turkish singer. Learn More >
Cruise in the MARMARA SEA to PRINCES' ISLANDS by Maritime Lines boat. Stop at BÜYÜKADA, the popular summer resort with sandy beaches and pinewood scenery, once the pleasure island of Byzantine Princes.
Tour of the island by horse-drawn carriages before lunch at a fish restaurant. Learn More >
Dinner with a rich variety of specialities from the Turkish and international cuisine including unlimited local drinks on board of a Bosphorus yacht. Belly dancers.. Cruise through the Bosphorus waterway separating the two continents Europe and Asia, viewing masterpieces from different times of history; marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman style besides modern residentials. Learn More >