Istanbul True Discovery

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Full Day City Tour With Lunch on The Boat & Entrance Fee Included

Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahçe Palace, nestled along the European shore of the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul, stands as a majestic testament to Ottoman opulence and European elegance. Commissioned by Sultan Abdulmecid I in the 19th century, this architectural gem blends Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, and Ottoman design elements seamlessly. Its grandeur is evident in the sprawling gardens, adorned with fountains and sculptures, leading to the imposing facade of the palace. Inside, visitors are greeted by lavish halls, adorned with crystal chandeliers, intricate frescoes, and ornate furnishings. The palace served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire for nearly a century, witnessing significant historical events and hosting dignitaries from around the world. Today, it stands as a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the Ottoman sultans.

The Bosphorus Bridge

Spanning the majestic Bosphorus Strait, the Bosphorus Bridge stands as a symbol of connection between the continents of Europe and Asia, linking the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, Turkey. Completed in 1973, this iconic suspension bridge was a feat of engineering marvel at the time, stretching over 1.5 kilometers in length and soaring 165 meters above the water. Its sleek design and towering pillars have made it a prominent feature of Istanbul's skyline, offering breathtaking views of the city and the strait below. Serving as a vital transportation artery, the bridge facilitates the flow of traffic between the two continents, while also serving as a beacon of unity and cohesion in this culturally rich and historic city.

Asian Hill

We Climb a Bosphorus Side Hill By Bus.

Pierre Lotti Hil       


Perched atop the hills of Eyüp district in Istanbul, Pierre Loti Hill offers panoramic vistas of the city and the enchanting waters of the Golden Horn below. Named after the French novelist and naval officer Pierre Loti, who frequented the area in the late 19th century, this hilltop sanctuary provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. Visitors can ascend the hill by cable car or on foot, winding through charming streets lined with historic Ottoman houses and quaint cafes. At the summit, the Pierre Loti Café awaits, offering a tranquil setting to savor Turkish tea or coffee while soaking in the breathtaking views. The hill's romantic ambiance and captivating scenery have long inspired artists, writers, and travelers alike, making it a beloved destination for both locals and tourists seeking solace and inspiration amidst Istanbul's dynamic energy.

Fly Over By Cable Car

Enjoy the beautiful view from the cale car as you climb the hill

City walls

Constantinopole's great city wallswere breached only twice in 1600 years.

Shopping Opportunity

on the way back to the old city.

Lunch on the Boat

Golden Horn

Start Cruising From The Golden horn.

Rumeli Fortress (From The Sea)

Legendary Fortress Best seen By The Sea.

Asian Side And Leander Tower

Return Trip From the Asian Shores by seeing Küçüksu summer palace and Beylerbeyi Palace. Also Ottoman YAlis (seaside Houses) And Leander Tower.

**Dolmabahçe Palace is closed on Monday

**This Tour only Available on Thursday - Saturday and Sunday.


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