One of the most beautiful panoramic view spot in the city. French writer Pierre Loti he visited Istanbul in the 19c every day he was sitting in the cafeteria and he was writing his books. In one of his book he described this hill and by the time this became world famous
We will go down by cable car
The most splendid palace of the city. It was built in 19C and last six Ottoman Sultan lived in this palace Founder of Turkish Republic Ataturk passed away in this palace. The construction works cost five million Ottoman mecidiye which is equal today's money 35 tonnes of gold. This palace is a must to see in the city.
After seeing beautiful panoramic view of Istanbul from European side from Pierre Loti Hill. This time we across the Bosphorus Bridge by bus and we change continent we pass Asia side of Istanbul. It gives you a unique chance to view one of the most fascinating part of the city in a single picture.
Constantinople city walls were built in 422 AD by the emperor Thediousus 21 km long. Today in the list of UNESCO as a world heritage important ruins of the city A must to see in the city. We will drive along the walls by bus.
Across to Asia : Bosphorus Bridge
20 miles long natural strait connecting two seas Marmara Sea to Black Sea. It separates two continents Europa and Asia continents. Bosphorus incomparable strait in the world. Today the most exclusive part of Istanbul. While we are sailing with our private boat we are going to see the most beautiful palaces, mosques, castels, mansions, villas. If you are photographer the best pictures of Istanbul can be taken from the Bosphorus.
Anadolu Kavağı Village (Stopover)
A small fishing Village famous with seafood restaurants. It locates on the Asia side of Istanbul at the end of Bosphorus before Black Sea. We disembark the boat for half an hour. You can explore the village life of Istanbul without traffic and you can taste delicious seafood in the restaurants.
Open Buffet Lunch On The Boat
Lunch is included in this tour you can taste some mezes and Turkish dishes while are are sailing in the bosphorus. Drinks are excluded.
Rumeli Fortress (from the sea)
Dolmabahçe Palace is closed on Monday and Thursday. It will be replaced by a visit to Chora Museum (church) on those days.