Kusadasi.biz's Istanbul Tour
Meet your Tour Guide at the Istanbul Cruise Ship Port.
Hippodrome: Once the sporting and social center of Constantinople where ancient Roman chariots raced and athletic competitions were held, the Hippodrome is one of the oldest sites in Istanbul dating back to 203 AD. Today you can see The Ancient Egyptian Obelisk of Theodosius which was re-erected in the Hippodrome in the 4th century AD. The Serpentine's Column, an ancient bronze column originally from Delphi, Greece but relocated to Constantinople in 324, and the German Fountain which The German Government constructed for Wilhelm II and Empress Augusta.
Blue Mosque: The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, popularly known as The Blue Mosque because of the blue iznik tiles adorning the walls of its interior, was built in the 17th century and is one of the most magnificent sites in the city. The cascading domes and six slender minarets of the Blue Mosque dominate the skyline of Istanbul. It is officially called the 'Sultan Ahmet Mosque' by local people as it was built by Sultan Ahmet in 1609 and completed 7 years later.
Topkapi Palace: Topkapi Palace is the former imperial residence of the great Ottoman Sultans. For 400 years it was used to run the the Ottoman Empire. Built around four main courtyards each serving a specific function during ottoman times, it is now one of the most significant tourist attractions of istanbul and one of the most visited museums of turkey. Today it exhibits an outstanding treasury and Islamic relics collection and more than ten thousand pieces of rare ancient chinese, Japanese and Turkish porcelain.
Hagia Sofia: Located in the old city quarter of Istanbul, the Hagia Sofia is one of the greatest architectural feats of its day and one of the greatest surviving examples of Byzantine architecture. Famed as the largest church in the world for 1000 years, this old church which is now a museum housing magnificent Byzantine mosaics, dates from the 6th century.
Grand Bazaar: One of the most famous shopping attractions for many visitors to Istanbul and one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, the Grand Bazaar is a maze of thousands of unique and unusual shops. Shopping lovers will be in their element, there you will be able to haggle with local merchants over beautiful jewelery, rugs, leather, fabrics, colorful spices and various other souvenirs. Shopping lover or not, the Grand Bazaar is a showcase sights, smells, and sounds and is worth a visit for the ambiance alone.
After the tour we will take you back to your Cruise Ship.
1- Private Transportation
2- Professional Licensed Tour Guide
3- Entrance Fees
4- Parking Fees
5- Duration: 7 hours
1- Food & Beverages
2- Gratuities to the Driver and the Guide
About the Payment:
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* There is no cancellation fee if you cancel 3 days before the tour date.
* In case of any cancellations made less than 3 days to the tour date, Our company issues a %50 cancellation fee.
* In case of any cancellations made less then 24 hours to the tour date, Our company issues a %100 cancellation fee.