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Best of Old City – full day tour

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Best of Old City – full day tour

Some landmarks visited durind this tour include Aquaduct of Valens, Obelisk of Theodosius, Serpentine Column and German Fountain of Wilhelm II


Hagia Sophia is closed on Monday / replaced with Chora Museum. Grand Bazaar is closed on Sunday

Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesday, it’s replaced with Basilica Cistern

  • HAGIA SOPHIA

    HAGIA SOPHIA is the fourth biggest church in the world. Its construction dates back to the 4th century and it was chosen as the 2nd best engineering construction of human history by BBC.

  • BLUE MOSQUE

    BLUE MOSQUE is the best interior design mosque in Ottoman architecture with it 20 000 pieces of Iznik tile. It is unique with its 6 minarets

  • HIPPODROME

    HIPPODROME is the center of byzantine entertainment where 30 000 civilians were killed by queens order with arrow rain in the inside of it during the Nika revolt.

  • GRAND COVERED BAZAAR

    GRAND COVERED BAZAAR is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world with more than 58 covered streets and over 4 000 shops that attract from 250 000 to 500 000 visitors daily. Its well-known for its jewelry, pottery, spice, and carpet shops. We will visit handmade Turkish carpets demonstration.

  • LUNCH

    LUNCH

  • TOPKAPI PALACE

    TOPKAPI PALACE used to be a residence of Ottoman Sultans where imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics that belonged to Prophet Mohammed and his followers, are in exhibition. See the most precious jewelry exhibition of Ottoman Dynasty. Take a look at the sultans bedroom and learn about their secret life with women of the harems.

  • LITTLE HAGIA SOPHIA MOSQUE

    LITTLE HAGIA SOPHIA MOSQUE is known as the one of the oldest standing churches in Istanbul dating back to the 6th century. Its preceding domed-basilica architectural plan of famous Hagia Sophia was applied here first time in the history

Tour including
  • Guide
  • Transportation
  • Entry Fees
  • Lunch
Tour excluding: