Full Day Tour with Entrance Fee and Lunch Included
Cruise on the Golden Horn
The Golden Horn is a historic inlet of the Bosphorus dividing the city of Istanbul and forming the natural harbor that has sheltered Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and other ships for thousands of years and let you see the most famous monuments by the sea.
Cruise on the Bosphorus
This magical journey which covers both European and Asian shores by our private boat will let you see the marvelous monuments and districts.
Rumeli Fortress (From the sea)
The biggest fortification of Istanbul can be seen dearly during our Bosphorus Cruise
Pierre Loti Hill
The hill was named after the French novelist and naval officer Pierre Loti who visited Istanbul several times and stayed many years.
Fly over by Cable Car
Enjoy the beautiful view from the cable car
We will drive along the part of the legendary city walls. Shopping possibility is available on the way to our restaurant for the lunch.
Church of Chora (Museum)
The Chora Church is not as large as some of the other Byzantine churches of Istanbul (it covers 742.5 m2), but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in the beauty of its interior.
So many old and handsome mansions, churches, old consulate buildings, shops, cafes and passages can also be seen during the short walk. Also Cicek Pasaji (opened at 1876) which can be described as a miniature version of the famous Galleria in Milan whith historic pubs, winehouses and restaurants will be visited. The biggest Catholic Church of Istanbul, St. Antoine may be visited too.
The highest peak in the istanbul vicinity is the 288m Camlica Hill. It commands a magnificent view that embraces the Bosphorus and old istanbul.