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By |July 13th, 2015|


By |July 13th, 2015|

Rustem Pasha Mosque…Spice Market…Drive across the Bosphorus Bridge to Camlica Hill…Beylerbeyi Palace…Kadikoy local market…Ferry back to the European side


By |July 12th, 2015|


By |July 12th, 2015|

This is a classic walking tour that is recommended for anyone who visits Istanbul for the first time.

You will be visiting the most famous and important monuments in the Old City, and they are close to each other.

Be prepared to spend an unforgettable day, marveling at impressive structures that will create sweet memories for you with their stories.

Istanbul’s rich layers of history are concentrated in the Old City. Monuments on this tour deliver the essence of Istanbul’s historical grandeur, characteristic life style, mysteries above and under the ground, and the might of the empires that made it the crown of their glory.
There are plenty of options to indulge your appetite for the tastiest Turkish food in the Old City. Authentic dishes perfected in the palace kitchens, mouth watering gyros, sizzling spicy kebabs, endless varieties of Turkish delight and sweets…We will take you there…
While in the Grand Bazaar, don’t forget to take a little break from the shopping and have a cup of strong, aromatic Turkish coffee in the historical coffee shop. It will be a perfect opportunity to enjoy the Turkish way of life and get a second wind towards the end of our day…We might even read our fortune from the coffee cups…
This is your private tour to enjoy to the fullest. We walk at your pace, talk about anything you want to know regarding our beautiful country, rest a little if you need to and stop to take pictures.
While visiting mosques, female visitors are kindly asked to cover their hair. Please bring a scarg along if you prefer to use your own.Otherwise, they will be available at the entrance.
The opulent residence of the Ottoman Sultans for nearly half a century, this medieval palace was the center for power and authority of a world empire. […]

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By |June 8th, 2015|

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