This is a resume of İstanbul including the elements of two empires among the biggest and most powerful of the human history. The duty of the guide is to make you feel that you are in the capital of the world for 1600 years.
We shape our program definitely upon your request. We never have to follow other people's or agencies' standard programs which have been repeated for ages. You just hire the guide, among the finest and most competent guides of Turkey, (which is me..!) and tell him your tendencies, talk to him express what you expect what you want to see in this most extraordinary city of the earth and leave the rest to your unique guide (this is also me), so that i may be able to prepare the best combination with the best options offered by Istanbul. So i and my old friend Istanbul, we guarantee you an unforgettable day. Otherwise no payment accepted...!
Haghia-Sophia : The magnificent Byzantine Church of all times; one of the finest and largest architectural works of art in the world. It has been nominated to be the 8th wonder of the world by many historians.
Blue Mosque : One of the biggest mosques of Istanbul from 17th century architecture is one of the principal adornments on the skyline of Istanbul. Also famous for its blue tiles and 6 minarest.
Hippodrome : The former center of sprotive and political activities of Constantinople. During the visit you will be able to see the Obelisk from Egypt, Serpentine Column from Delphi and fountain of Willhelm II.
Grand Bazaar : In addition to its historical importance, it’s a bazaar that will tempt even the non-shoppers with its rich collection of precious handmade carpets, jewellery, leather and souvenirs.
Topkapi Palace : The former imperial residence from where the Great ottoman Empire was ruled. Today a spectacular museum that has one of the largest collections of Chinese and Japanese porcelain and the very famous treasury of the Royal Family.
must see in istanbul, the very 1st day
Num max people tour : 8
Duration: 8 hours
Tour Categories: Museums and art, Culture, Architecture, Traditions
Can provide transport