Full Day Old City Tour

Departure Date

Daily

Duration

1 Day

Views

719

Maximum Seats

10

Includes

Hotel pick up
Drop off
Guiding service
Transportation
Museum Tickets
Lunch

Tour Overview

Hagia Sophia

One of the mankind's greatest treasures It was built as a catedral by the emperor Justinaous in 6 AD. 916 years used as a church. 481 years mosque since 1934 museum. One of the highlight of the city it is a must to see in the city.

Blue Mosque

It was built by Sultan Ahmed 1. Known as a Sultan Ahmed Mosque by the locals. Inside decorated by beautiful blue Iznik tiles that's why called as "Blue Mosque" by the tourists. One of the most prominent landmark of Istanbul.

Hippodrome and Obelisks

It was heart of Constantinople. Every kinds of demonstrations, elections and social activities made here. Chariot Races were the most favorites sport activities for Byzantium Empire. There are 4 monuments on hippodrome today. Egyptian Obelisks, Serpentine Column, Constantine Column and German Fountain.

Grand Covered Bazaar

The oldest and the biggest covered oriental bazaar in the world. Heaven for shopping. There are more than 4000 shops, 60 streets, 22 gates. You will have free time to experience how to bargain like a Turk.

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Place was the main residence of Ottoman Empire. From 1478 till 1856 25 different Ottoman Sultan lived in this palace.70 hectare with 4 courtyards today biggest and richest treasury collections of Sultans and holy Relics of Prophet Mohammed's can be visited.

Little Hagia Sophia

Little Hagia Sophia formerly the church of the Saints and Bacchus dedicated two important Saints of Constantinople. During the Ottoman Empire converted into mosque. Today the environment is a worth seeing natural culture centre of the lost Ottoman Arts.

Note:

Haghia Sophia will be replaced by Basilica Cistern on Monday. Blue Mosque will be replaced by Nuruosmaniye Mosque on Friday. Topkapı Palace is closed on Tuesday will be replaced with Basilica Cistern . Grand Bazaar is colsed on Sunday will be replaced by Arasta Bazaar.