Bosphorus Cruise Tour with Asian Side & Dolmabahce Palace

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Take part to this unforgettable tour and get acquainted with Istanbul! A full day tour to history and mystery...

Spice Market

This market is the most famous covered bazaar after Grand bazaar, which is also known as Egyptian market. Built in 1664, hosts 85 small shops, where you can find Turkish delights and other sweets, jewellery, souvenirs, herbs, big variaty of spices, dried fruits and nuts, fresh tea, scarves, lanterns and Nargile

Rustempasha Mosque

Rustem Pasha was the husband of Suleiman's beloved daughter, Mihrimah. During Suleiman's reign, Rustem Pasha also served as the Grand Vizier of the country. This wonderful mosque was designed by the famous Mimar Sinan and was built after Pasha's death, in 1563. A masterpiece, most known for its fabulous interior, decorated by the unique Iznik tiles

Bosphorus Cruise

Travel between the two continents and get enchanted by the all the beauty you will see! A cruise on Bosphorus is one of the best ways to discover the elegance of Istanbul

Rumeli Fortress (from sea)

This imposing fortress was built by Sultan Mehmed II in 1452. Located on a hill on the European side of the city, right on the banks of Bosphorus, was the perfect place to control the commercial and military traffic, before the conquer of Constantinople 

Ortakoy (no Stop)

This small village, located right on the banks of Bosphorus, was a former fishermen village and a cosmopolitan area, where Turks, Greeks, Armenians and Jews used to live together. You can find many preserved historic wooden houses, local boutiques, night clubs, cafes and restaurants, which many of them provide amazing views to the city

Bosphorus Bridge

Cross the bridge which connects Europe and Asia while enjoying the breathtaking view of Bosphorus. It was the first bridge that connected the two continents for the first time in the history…

Camlica Hill

The highest point of Istanbul that provides an absolutely magnificent view of the entire city.The most amazing hilltop park...

Dolmabahce Palace

Until 1922 and during the Ottoman Empire, it was the residence for the Sultans after Topkapi Palace. A stunning place which is extensively decorated with gold and crystal while the design contains elements of the Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical styles. The main palace is consisted of three parts: the Imperial Mabeyn (State Apartments), Muayede Salon (Ceremonial Hall) and the Imperial Harem

--Professional guidance (standard group tour in English-please ask for other languages)
--Pick up from your hotel (Only from Sultanahmet and Taksim area)
--Lunch (vegetarian choices are available)
--Entrance fees
--Everything unless indicated differently
--Customary tip to driver and tour guide
--Personal expenses
--At the end of tour, participants will be dropped off to their hotels. Please inform your tour guide if you prefer to return by yourself
--Our driver will meet you at your hotel and drive you to the tour starting point around 07:45 – 08:30, according to your hotel’s location
--Duration of the Tour : approximately 9 hours
--Dolmabahce Palace is closed on Mondays and Thursday & replaced with Galata Tower

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Ivette Najm

Dear Mr. Yasar

Thank you for your concern towards your clients' satisfaction, we enjoyed your services very much, the tours that we went were very well organized and the guides spoke very good English. also sometime we wanted to modify our tour you showed flexibility and that is highly appreciated. the pick up time schedules were very well respected also.

In the future when we will visit Istanbul once more for sure we will refer to you for your services.

We wish you everlasting success.

Thank you very much

Kind Regards

Ivette Najm
15-10-2014, 11:24

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Yasar Celen

Dear Ivette;
Please note that we will be very happy to serve you again in future and you can be sure about that we make our service better every day with your feedbacks.
All teh best
15-10-2014, 11:25

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