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The capital of three empires... The harmony of three religions... The bridge between two continents...

Find out the heritages of the early christianity and the last muslim caliphate.

İstanbul is the largest city of Turkey with a population of 14 million people.

The city was first founded on Seraglio (today Sarayburnu) as Byzantium around 660 BC. Then it was reestablished by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 330 AD as the first Christian city. For the following sixteen century it is served as the capital for three empires: Roman Empire, Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire, and the Ottoman Empire.

The city mostly reflects the Byzantine and Ottoman architecture but there are still some sites from the earlier rulers of Istanbul.

Highlights of the City:

  • Blue Mosque
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Suleimaniye Mosque
  • Dolmabahce Palace


  • Half Dy Old Istanbul Tour - Morning Tour -

    • Pick up from your hotel (Sultanahmed Area)
    • Hippodrome
      • German Fountain of Wilhelm II
      • The Obelisk of Theodsius
      • Bronze Serpentine Column
      • Column of Constatine
    • Sultanahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque)
    • Hagia Sophia Mosque
    • Grand Bazaar
    • Drop to Hotel

    Notes:

    - Hagia Sophia is closed on Mondays. / Replaced with Underground Cistern

    - Blue Mosque is not open to guests on Friday until ufternoon / Replaced with the Little Hagia Sophia Mosque

    - Grand Covered Bazaar s closed on Sunday.

  • Half Dy Old Istanbul Tour - Afternoon Tour -

    • Pick up from your hotel (Sultanahmed Area)
    • Little Hagia Sophia Mosque
    • Topkapi Palace
    • Drop to hotel

    Note: Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays. This tour is not operated on Tuesdays.

  • Full Day Old Istanbul Tour

    • Pick up from your hotel (Sultanahmed Area)
    • Hagia Sophia Museum Tour
    • Blue Mosque Tour
    • Hippodrome Tour
      • German Fountain of Wilhelm II
      • The Obelisk of Theodsius
      • Bronze Serpentine Column
      • Column of Constatine
    • Grand Covered Bazaar Tour
    • Lunch
    • Topkapi Palace Tour
    • Little Hagia Sophia Mosque Tour

    Notes:

    - Blue Mosque is not open to guests on Friday until ufternoon / Replaced with the Little Hagia Sophia Mosque

    - Hagia Sophia is closed on Mondays. / Replaced with Underground Cistern

    - Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays

    - Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays




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