private istanbul city tour with… Istanbul

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Private excursions for cruisers in Istanbul

murat@mystic-tour.com or +90 532 777 00 65 

after meeting with your private tour guide drive to city center and first, visit the Hippodrome Square, with its famous monuments: the Egyptian obelisk, the Constantine obelisk, the Serpentine column and the German fountain.

Visit to the Blue Mosque, completed in 1616; a triumph of harmony, proportion and elegance. The mosque was part of a complex that consisted in addition to tombs, fountains, kitchens and a bathroom. Its colorful windows allow the sun's rays to reach the inside of it, illuminating its interior in an unusual way. The blue slabs of Iznik that cover its walls have given it its name.

Visit the Hagia Sophia, the church of divine wisdom; the architectural wonder of all time. It was built during the reign of the Emperor Justinian in the year 537 and was the largest church in Christendom until the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 by Sultan Mehmet II, who ordered the conversion of the church into a mosque. In 1934, Atatürk turned it into a museum. The walls of this beautiful piece of architecture are decorated with beautiful mosaics.

Visit the Topkapı Palace, the residence of the sultans for more than three centuries. The palace is located on a promontory that juts out between the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. This location gives a magnificent view to visitors.

Being the imperial residence of the sultan, its court and its harem, it was at the same time the house of government during the Ottoman Empire. The palace was inhabited by 4,000 people. Today the Palace complex is a large museum with many rooms on display. The Treasure Room stands out, with its magnificent jewels and the room that contains sacred objects of Islam, among them, the beard and the foot print of the Prophet Muhammad.

Free time for lunch in the Sultanahmet area.

Meeting point in Sultanahmet to go to the Grand Bazaar, the largest and oldest covered bazaar in Turkey, with more than 4,000 stores. The best entry point is the Nuruosmaniye Gate, which is also the most attractive. Here you can get a great variety of Turkish crafts and souvenirs.

Return to the harbour.

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Private excursions for cruisers in Istanbul

murat@mystic-tour.com or +90 532…

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Private excursions for cruisers in Istanbul

murat@mystic-tour.com or +90 532 777 00 65 

after meeting with your private tour guide drive to city center and first, visit the Hippodrome Square, with its famous monuments: the Egyptian obelisk, the Constantine obelisk, the Serpentine column and the German fountain.

Visit to the Blue Mosque, completed in 1616; a triumph of harmony, proportion and elegance. The mosque was part of a complex that consisted in addition to tombs, fountains, kitchens and a bathroom. Its colorful windows allow the sun's rays to reach the inside of it, illuminating its interior in an unusual way. The blue slabs of Iznik that cover its walls have given it its name.

Visit the Hagia Sophia, the church of divine wisdom; the architectural wonder of all time. It was built during the reign of the Emperor Justinian in the year 537 and was the largest church in Christendom until the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 by Sultan Mehmet II, who ordered the conversion of the church into a mosque. In 1934, Atatürk turned it into a museum. The walls of this beautiful piece of architecture are decorated with beautiful mosaics.

Visit the Topkapı Palace, the residence of the sultans for more than three centuries. The palace is located on a promontory that juts out between the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. This location gives a magnificent view to visitors.

Being the imperial residence of the sultan, its court and its harem, it was at the same time the house of government during the Ottoman Empire. The palace was inhabited by 4,000 people. Today the Palace complex is a large museum with many rooms on display. The Treasure Room stands out, with its magnificent jewels and the room that contains sacred objects of Islam, among them, the beard and the foot print of the Prophet Muhammad.

Free time for lunch in the Sultanahmet area.

Meeting point in Sultanahmet to go to the Grand Bazaar, the largest and oldest covered bazaar in Turkey, with more than 4,000 stores. The best entry point is the Nuruosmaniye Gate, which is also the most attractive. Here you can get a great variety of Turkish crafts and souvenirs.

Return to the harbour.

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