Also included in this tour is a visit to the majestic Beylerbeyi Palace, the summer residence of Ottoman Sultans in the 19th century which lies on the Asian side of the Bosphorous.
Note: When booking the tour, please provide full name, passport number, nationality, age and date of birth for each traveller in the special requests section.
Daily (15 Mar - 15 Nov)
Appro. 8 hours. Cruise: 1-1.5 hours approx.
Approx. 8:30am, depending on hotel location.
Pick up from your hotel. (Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details)
Your hotel in Istanbul
This tour is available in two options - as a coach tour and a private tour. A private tour gives you greater flexibility and allows you greater interaction with your guide.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Istanbul, will travel in an air conditioned vehicle to Spice market, where locals still shop for herbs and spices coming from all over the world. Cross the Bosphorus Strait by driving through the Intercontinental Suspension Bridge to reach the Asian side of Istanbul.
After visiting the Spice Market, enjoy a cruise on the Bosphorus strait. The cruise typically lasts for about 1-1.5hours. Enjoy the wonderful views of the Istanbul waterfront and the city skyline, plus the spectacular suspension bridge that links the two continents.
Visit the Beylerbeyi Palace. This majestic white marble summer residence of Ottoman Sultans in the 19th century is famous for the beautiful works of art, tapestries, paintings and porcelain among others.
The tour ends at your hotel in Istanbul.
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!)
Group Size: 8
Closures: Topkapi Palace will be closed every Tuesday. Beylerbeyi Palace is closed Mondays, on 1st January, 1st March and on the 1st days of Religious Holidays.
It is replaced with Chora Museum on Mondays
Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.
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