Highlights Of Istanbul

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Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum, Ancient Hippodrome, Topkapı Palace, Grand Baazar. 

Duration: 7 or 8 hours   Tour starting Point: Hotel, Airport, Cruise port …

Includes: Professional Licensed Tour Guide, Museum Tickets, Transportation, 100% Satisfaction 

Excludes: Lunch, Gratitude’s 

Price: Please let me know how many people you are and then I will inform you as soon as possible. 

Hagia Sophia Museum is the most beautiful example of Byzantine architecture in the world. It was a church for 916 years, and then a mosque for 482 years and since 1935 it is a world famous museum. It is a blend of Christianity and Islam merged beautifully into one building. 

Topkapı Palace was an imperial residence of Ottoman Sultans for almost 400 years. It is currently one of  Turkey’s most famous museums .It houses an exquisite collection of precious gems stones, thrones of sultans, European clocks , and many holy relics.

 Blue Mosque, was built by Sultan Ahmet in 1616 just across from Hagia Sophia. It is known as the Blue Mosque because of its interior consists of a staggering 21,000 Blue İznik tiles. It is one of the largest Mosque’s in Istanbul. 

Ancient Hippodrome was the home of sporting games and political activities of Eastern Roman Empire. It was a huge open air stadium, which had the capacity to accommodate around 30,000 people. You will see Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column, Masonry Obelisk and German Fountain in today’s hippodrome. 

The Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest shopping sites of the world. It consists of more than 4000 shops, with a maze of 80 streets inside, selling everything from ornaments, precious Jewellery, ceramics, copper, leather; handmade carpets and plenty of fun colourful souvenirs to take home for your loved ones. So come get lost in this unique historical market which attracts between 25,000 and 40,000 visitors in a day.