Ottoman Tour and Topkapi Palace combines top attractions with lesser known ones ,giving you an insight and experience of Ottoman History, facilitated by an expert guide.
|1 Pax||70 USD [Total]|
|2 Pax||140 USD [Total]|
|3 Pax||210 USD [Total]|
|4 Pax||280 USD [Total]|
|5 Pax||350 USD [Total]|
|6 Pax||420 USD [Total]|
|7 Pax||490 USD [Total]|
|8 Pax||560 USD [Total]|
|9 Pax||630 USD [Total]|
|10 Pax||700 USD [Total]|
|11 Pax||770 USD [Total]|
|12 Pax||840 USD [Total]|
|13 Pax||910 USD [Total]|
|14 Pax||980 USD [Total]|
|15 Pax||1050 USD [Total]|
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Istanbul Hotels / Port, Istanbul Hotels / Port|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 8:00 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing.|
|VISITING||Topkapi Palace, Süleymaniye Mosque, and the Kuçuk Ayasofya Mosque, between Cankurtaran and Kadırga neighborhoods of the Eminonu district.|
Ottoman tour with Topkapi Palace is a fantastic combination of top attractions with lesser known ones that give you a real insight and experience of Ottoman History. Facilitated by an expert guide this is a winner !
This is a small group tour that combines top Istanbul attractions with the lesser known side of the city.
See some of Istanbuls most popular Ottoman monuments on a half-day sightseeing tour.
Visit Topkapi Palace, former imperial residence of the Ottoman rulers.
Go to Süleymaniye Mosque, the largest mosque in Istanbul.
Explore the lesser known Kuçuk Ayasofya Mosque, or Little Hagia Sophia, in the Eminonu district.
Using a comfortable air-conditioned minivan, tours are limited to a maximum 10 people allowing a more intimate experience.
Following a hotel pick-up, you will head for one of the city’s top attractions, the former imperial residence of Ottoman rulers at Topkapi Palace.Here we explore the exhibits and galleries, including the imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics, Chinese porcelains, ancient weapons, and kitchens. Learn more about the Ottoman Empire and its sultan rulers from your knowledgable and animated guide.
Next we visit Süleymaniye Mosque, the largest mosque in Istanbul, and a masterpiece of Sinan, chief architect of the Ottoman Empire. This masterpiece was constructed during 16th-Century, in the name of “Süleyman The Magnificent”, the mosque dominates the 3rd hill of Istanbul, and is studded with domes, semi-domes, and elegant arches.
You will also visit the lesser known Kuçuk Ayasofya Mosque, located between Cankurtaran and Kadirga neighborhoods in the Eminonu district. Also known as the Little Hagia Sophia, admire its carefully restored interior, complete with columns of verd antique and red Synnada marble.
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