Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Across from St. Sophia built in the 17th century by the architect Mehmet, this is known as the BLUE MOSQUE because of its magnificent interior decoration of blue Iznik tiles.
Topkapi Palace, A huge walled complex hugging the Bosphorus, the former palace of the Ottoman sultans is now a museum with an extraordinary collection of Chinese porcelain, art, artifacts and jewels, including the Topkapi diamond and the dagger (Harem is not included).
Hagia Sophia,This ancient basilica, built by Constantine the Great, in the 4th century and reconstructed by Justinian in the 6th century, is one of the architectural marvels of all time.
Grand Bazaar, The oldest and the largest covered market place in the World with nearly 4.000 shops fuul of rich collections of carpets, jewellery, leather, and souvenirs.
Hippodrome, The large, open square was once the site of a Roman circus that rivaled the Colosseum and could seat a quarter of a million spectators. Monuments on the site include the Snake Column from Delphi and an Egyptian obelisk taken from the Temple of Karnak at Luxor.
Istanbul Archaeology Museum, In the museum collections, there are rich and very important works of art belonging to various civilizations from the regions from Balkans to Africa, from Anatolia and Mesopotamia to Arab Peninsula and Afghanistan that were in the borders of the Ottoman Empire.
Serefiye Cistern, It's estimated that there were more than 80 underground cisterns in Istanbul, but this is the largest and the best excavated. This Istanbul underground cistern is the size of a cathedral; it is 143m long and 65m wide and can hold up to 80,000 cubic meters.
Spice Market, The Spice Market (Egyptian Bazaar) is famous for selling the best spices in Istanbul. Spice Market the last stop of Silk Road where today still the various types of spices, Turkish delights, Turkish coffee, herbal teas and souvenirs are offerred.
Boat Trip on Bosphorus, Every visitor to Istanbul wants totake a Bosphorus cruise on the 20 mile long strait which joins the Sea of Marmara to the south with the Black Sea to the north of Istanbul. Private guide aboard to answer questions and give background to waterfront palaces, mosques, mansions, and more.
Süleymaniye Mosque is one of the largest mosques in Turkey and the most famous in the world. The mosque is located on European Istanbul, in the Süleymaniye area, and bears the name of the Sultan who ordered its construction, Sultan Suleiman the First (the magnificent), and it is close to the Bosphorus.
Chora Church (Kariye Mosque), The mosaics and frescoes in the Chora are the most beautiful examples dating from the last period of the Byzantine painting (14th century). The characteristic stylistic elements in those mosaics and frescoes are the depth, the movements and plastic values of figures and the elongation of figures.
Galata and Istiklal Street, explore one of the highest and oldest medieval towers of Istanbul. Furthermore, you will have one of the best panaromic views of the old city. Also, stroll along with the Istiklal Avenue and discover the historical passages.
Rustem Pasha Mosque, It is constructed to Mimar Sinan on 1561 by one of the viziers of Kanuni, Rustem Pasa. As the place at Eminonu is both hollow and a commercial center, Sinan, had opened inns and shops under mosque.
Dolmabahçe Palace , Turkey’s largest mono-block palace, was commissioned by Sultan Abdül Mecit in 1843.Built to belie the military and financial decline of the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul’s first European-style palace was an opulent one, excessive in size and filled with gold and crystal.
Beylerbeyi Palace was built between 1861-1865 by Sultan Abdulaziz and is located in the Asian. Surrounding the palace there was an area of 160,000 square meters of comprising a hunting area, a zoo and a garden with different flora from all over the world.
You can kindly find the list of places where you can add to your private tour.You can decide where you will visit with your guide’s recommendations and you can pay extra for the entrance and parking fees.
• On Sundays, when Grand Bazaar is closed, we visit Nuruosmaniye arround Grand Bazaar,
• On Friday morning, The Blue Mosque and Hagia Spohia are visioned only from outside because of Friday Prayer,
• On Tuesdays, when Topkapı Palace is closed, this tour is not offered.
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