HOME ABOUT ME MINOR ASIA CONTACT HISTORY ISTANBUL
OTTOMAN MONUMENTS
*TURKISH AND ISLAMIC ARTS MUSEUM
* BLUE MOSQUE

* SULEYMANIYE MOSQUE

* DOLMABAHCE PALACE

* TOPKAPI PALACE

* GRAND BAZAAR

 
We (licenced english speaking tour guides) pick up our guests from their hotel at 09:00
The tour finishes around 17:00 o'clock.
INCLUDED:
Pick ups/ Drops from and to the hotel ( city hotels)
Entrance fees to the museums
Licenced tour guide
Lunch
Local taxes

EXCLUDED:
Personal expenses
Drinks
Tips for guide/driver

GOOD TO KNOW:
For full day walking tour please,
Choose comfortable shoes
Sunglasses and hat in summer season
Umbrella and rain coat in winter season
Having some local curency could be convinient

Please contact with us because prices can change for group tours or private tours and also high/low season

 

Blue Mosque, which was built in 1616 is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world and one of very few to have six minarets. The cascading domes and six slender minarets of the Mosque dominate the skyline of Istanbul. The Sultanahmet Mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior.

Topkapi Palace, was the hearth of the vast Ottoman Empire and home for the Ottoman Sultans for nearly 400 years. Palace is now a museum and the treasures of the museum are considered one of the most famous treasures in the world. Apart from the harem, the courtyard gardens and the architecture, highlights of the courtyard museums, of which there are more than dozen, include: the imperial porcelain collection, the Relic collection, the costume collection and the imperial treasury with its collection of gold and jewellery.

Suleymaniye Mosque,Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey. It is the largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul.Built by Architect Sinan.The construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.

Dolmabahce Palace,It was ordered by the Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856. Hacı Said Ağa was responsible for the construction works, while the project was realized by architects Garabet Balyan, his son Nigoğayos Balyan.The palace has an area of 45,000 m2 (11.2 acres), and contains 285 rooms, 46 halls, 6 baths (hamam) and 68 toilets.Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey, spent the last days of his medical treatment in the palace as his health deteriorated. Atatürk died at 9:05 a.m. on November 10, 1938, in a bedroom that is now part of the museum.

Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, is a museum located in Sultanahmet Square in Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Constructed in 1524, the building was formerly the palace of Damad İbrahim Pasha, who was the first grand vizier to Suleiman the Magnificent, and husband of the Sultan's sister.The collection includes notable examples of Islamic calligraphy, tiles, and rugs as well as ethnographic displays on various cultures in Turkey, particularly nomad groups. These displays recreate rooms or dwellings from different time periods and regions.