Bosphorus Cruise Tour & Dolmabahce Palace
Bosphorus Cruise Tour & Dolmabahce Palace, Bosphorus Cruise, Spice Market, Golden Horn, Rumeli Fortress, City Walls
Bosphorus Cruise Tour & Dolmabahce Palace,
Full Day City Tour with Entrance Fees and Lunch Included
Experience Istanbul in two continents of Europe and Asia, the world’s single city, located on two continents, on this delightful full-day city tour. Also visit Dolmabahce Palace, the last home of the Ottoman rulers. Cruise by Istanbul’s sight-crammed European and Asian coasts on a Bosphorus cruise, and absorb scenic views of both sides of the city from the Bosphorus Bridge.
- Cruise Golden Horn
- Cruise Bosphorus
- Rumeli Fortress (From the sea)
- Visit Pierre Loti Hill and enjoy the scenic view of the city along Golden Horn
- Cable Car
- Constantine City Walls
- Dolmabahce Palace
- Bosphorus Bridge Asian Hill
Cruise forward the Golden Horn and see the old heart of the city and main harbor of Byzantium, Constantinople, and Istanbul for over 2,000 years.
Cruising on the Bosphorus which will give you the best opportunity to view the elegant palaces and pavilions along the shores. Rumeli Fortress (From the sea) The biggest consequential of Istanbul can be seen dearly during our Bosphorus Cruise.
The hill named after the French author and naval officer Pierre Loti who visited Istanbul several times and stayed many years. Cable Car ride to hill Enjoy the stunning view from the cable car all the way under to the hill. City Walls Constantinople's great city walls were broken only twice in 1600 years. The first violation occurred in 1204 during the fourth Crusade. Shopping Break is available before having lunch at our restaurant.
Dolmabahce Palace was home to six kings from 1856, when it was first populated, up until the destruction of the Caliphate in 1924. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey, used the palace as a presidential house during the summers.
Overshadowing Istanbul's classical design is one of the world's largest suspension bridges, the Bosphorus Bridge, connecting Europe and Asia.
We rise a Bosphorus side hill by bus for a view which holds a magnificent view that includes the Bosphorus and old Istanbul.