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Istanbul: Private Turkish Bath, Massage, and Spa in Old City

Istanbul: Private Turkish Bath, Massage, and Spa in Old City

Take a break from Istanbul's energetic atmosphere and indulge in a private Turkish Hamam or Turkish Bath experience in the heart of the old city. Enjoy the convenience of an authentic Hamam experience within walking distance from major attractions, such as Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and Grand Bazaar. Ease your mind and body into a state of pure relaxation with a sauna with a body scrub, foam massage, steam bath, and more, depending on what you choose. Immerse yourself in a tradition of relaxation and self-care in a world-famous Hamam during your visit to Istanbul.

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers offers a personalized or shared experience for visitors who want to explore the city's top attractions with a dedicated guide. Learn about the historical development of the city under the Roman Empire and Ottoman Empire on a private tour. Compare the different cultures and religions of these empires while exploring iconic Istanbul sights like Topkapi Palace and the Hagia Sophia Mosque. Travel stress-free with private roundtrip transportation. Enjoy unhurried visits to the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque, the Basilica Cistern, and the Hippodrome of Constantinople. Visit the famous Sultanahmet Mosque, also known as Blue Mosque, due to its unique interior decoration of blue royal Iznik tiles. At the Hippodrome, see where the Romans used to organize chariot races and gladiators' fights. Admire its remaining Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column, Constantine Column, and German Fountain. Finish your day by learning about Turkish handicrafts at the famous Grand Bazaar and its 4,000 shops (replaced with the Arasta Baazar or the Spice Bazaar on Sundays). With your private guide leading the way, there's no chance of getting lost in the bazaar. This tour is a good start for first-time visitors to Istanbul. You'll gain a good idea of the past, present, and future of Istanbul while visiting some of the city's must-see sights and monuments. You can pause the tour at any point to ask questions. •Visit the famous Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, is a historic mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. The mosque is known for its stunning architecture, with its six minarets and beautiful blue tiles adorning the interior, which give it the nickname "Blue Mosque." •Discover Topkapi Palace which is a grand and historically significant palace located in Istanbul. It served as the primary residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans for 400 years. Visit the exhibition of Treasury, cloths and weapons also Holy relics • Experience The Hagia Sophia, a famous historic building located in oldtown Istanbul. It was originally built as the biggest cathedral in the world by Byzantine Empire in the 6th century and later converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire. •See the Basilica Cistern visited by former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Impresive Roman empire structure as featured in Dan Brown's novel, "Inferno" and James Bond "From Russia with Love" •Finalize the day at the famous Grand Bazaar with 4000 shops. • Get the personalized experience of a private tour • Taste the local good food ( meat/vegetarian/dessert) • Discover Turkish handicrafts • Highly Recommended for Outstanding Photo Shoots • Recommeneded Activity to Experience The Full Taste of Istanbul's rich history and Culture in a short amount of time Option 1- Guided Tour- Istanbul : Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers Option 2- Private Tour-Istanbul : Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Full-Day Highlights Tour with Guide and Lunch

Istanbul: Full-Day Highlights Tour with Guide and Lunch

Discover Istanbul's most iconic sights on a tour. Listen to your guide recount tales of the city's colorful past as you pass by landmarks such as the Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, and Hippodrome. Round off the experience with a visit to the Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest covered markets in the world. Start your tour at the Hippodrome of Constantinople, which was the sports and social center of the old city. Discover major artworks including the Obelisk from Egypt, the Serpentine Column from Delphi, and the fountain of Willhelm II. Then, continue to the Blue Mosque, whose 6 minarets adorn Istanbul’s skyline. Next up is the Topkapi Palace, which was home to Ottoman emperors between the 15th and 19th centuries. Marvel at the jewel-stuffed treasury, the Ottoman Empire's imperial collections, and priceless displays of Oriental porcelain. If the Topkapi Palace is closed on your trip date, you'll visit the Nakkas Cistern instead. Continue to the Hagia Sophia Mosque, a monument of equal significance to the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Behold the dome and stunning mosaics of this architectural gem as your guide recounts its turbulent history. Then, enter the Grand Bazaar with over 3,000 shops selling everything from carpets to jewelry to ceramics and leather goods. Take a stroll around the Bazaar and soak in the aroma of different spices, dried fruits, nuts, sweets, and lokum (Turkish Delights). Tour ends in Grand Bazaar.

Istanbul: TouristPass Skip-the-Line Entry to 100+Attractions

Istanbul: TouristPass Skip-the-Line Entry to 100+Attractions

Save time and money with a convenient 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 7- or 10-day Istanbul's digital city pass. Access all of the city’s top sights, including over 100 attractions, tours and activities to choose from. Secure your pass to enjoy Istanbul in a simple, convenient and fun way. By presenting your GetYourGuide voucher at the entrance, gain access to: • Topkapi Palace Museum Guided Tour with Harem Section • Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, and Sultanahmet Old City Highlights Tour • Basilica Cistern Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Dolmabahce Palace Museum Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Istanbul Archaeological Museum Guided Tour in English • Blue Mosque Audio Guide • Beylerbeyi Palace Museum Entry • Rumeli Fortress Museum Entry • Ihlamur Pavilions Entry • Kucuksu Pavilions Entry • Camlica Tower Observation Deck Entry Ticket with Audio Guide • Pera Museum Entry Ticket • Whirling Dervishes Ceremony • Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Madame Tussauds Istanbul Entry Ticket • Sea Life Aquarium Entry Ticket • Panorama 1453 History Museum Entry Ticket with Audio Guide • Sakıp Sabancı Museum Entry Ticket • Suleymaniye Mosque Audio Guide • Bosphorus Dinner Cruise with Turkish Shows. Dinner and shows included. • The Old City (Istanbul) Segway Guided Tour • Bursa Day Trip with Shopping Guided Tour • Green Mosque (included in Bursa Day Trip) • Istanbul Airport Shuttle (1-way) • Istanbul Toy Museum Entry Ticket • Beşiktaş Football Club Museum Entry Ticket • The Museum of Selfies Entry Ticket • Legoland Entry Ticket • Istanbul Vialand Theme Park • Miniaturk Park Museum Skip the Ticket Line Entry • Xtrem Aventures Istanbul Entry Ticket • Aslan Park (Lion Park) • Photoshoot in Ottoman Stile • SEA Life Aquarium Entry Ticket • Sapphire Observation Deck with 4D Skyride Simulation • Upside Down House Photo Experience • Princes’ Islands boat trip • Sapanca Lake and Maşukiye Daily Tour • Bursa Day Trip • Princes’ Islands boat trip • Emaar Aquarium and Underwater Zoo • ViaSea Aquarium • ViaSea Theme Park Entry Ticket • Le Vapeur Magique - Morning Turkish Breakfast Cruise • Ortakoy Mosque Walking Tour with Audio Guide • and many more... In addition, take advantage of our discounted attractions & offers with Istanbul Tourist Pass: • Hagia Sophia Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Busforus Hop-On Hop-Off Panoramic Bus Tour • Istanbul Public Transportation Card • Maiden's Tower Audio Tour • Premium Bosphorus Cruise Dinner with Dance Shows • Rooftop Galata: Flying Dress Photoshoot with Dress Rental • The Rhythm of the Dance Show • Cemberlitas Hamami - Traditional Turkish Bath • Guided Studio Tour: Dirilis Ertugrul, Kurulus Osman and Destan • Museum of Illusions Istanbul Entrance • Private Airport Transfer.

Istanbul E-pass: Top Attractions with Skip-the-Line Access

Istanbul E-pass: Top Attractions with Skip-the-Line Access

Discover the best of what Istanbul has to offer with your e-pass, offering you convenience and comfort. This digital pass is accepted for more than 55 plans and attractions throughout the City of the Seven Hills without the need of standing in line, along with other benefits. Visit the most popular destinations with the different options this e-pass has to offer, adjusting to the length of your stay with passes for 2, 3, 5 and up to 7 days. The impressive amount of landmarks can be accessed using only one pass. Misplacing or carrying several vouchers is a thing of the past. Explore the ample offer of options in Istanbul with included benefits. Tours of the Hagia Sofia, Galata Tower, Grand Bazaar and several other locations have their own tour guides. Receive special perks for different attractions within the city and nearby, such as a pick up and drop off or discounts for a Gallipoli day tour, a cruise on the Bosphorus, among several other plans for you to choose from.

Istanbul: City Highlights Tour w/Hagia Sophia & Blue Mosque

Istanbul: City Highlights Tour w/Hagia Sophia & Blue Mosque

Discover the classic monuments of Istanbul on a half-day guided tour of the city center. Visit the colorful and lively Grand Bazaar to shop for unique local products. Start your trip with pickup directly from your chosen hotel or pickup point, and then make your way by air-conditioned vehicle to Sultan Ahmet Square. Explore Hagia Sophia, built on the site of an earlier church under the orders of Emperor Justinian I. Learn how it became the largest cathedral in the world and was later converted to a mosque during the Ottoman Empire. Continue to the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, commonly known as the Blue Mosque, and see the blue Iznik tiles and minarets of the city's most iconic attraction. Learn more about the former arena of the Byzantine Empire at the ruins of the Hippodrome of Constantinople. Round off your trip at the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest covered markets in the world with more than 60 streets and 5000 shops. Stop into an authentic oriental atmosphere and see all kinds of gifts, leather clothing, rugs, antiques, jewelry, hand-woven fabrics, and more.

Istanbul: Private Guided Walking Tour

Istanbul: Private Guided Walking Tour

No need to obey timings and exact programmes Make your own programme with your guide Enjoy all day with your professional guide Lots of Free time for Photo Break The heart of Istanbul remains its fascinating Old City, home to some of the most historical sites of this vibrant megapolis. Dramatically located on a peninsula pointing across the Bosphorus Strait to Asia, Sultanahmet was formerly the capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. See the sights of Istanbul on an 8-hour tour with inclusive lunch. Admire the former church and mosque of the Hagia Sophia, see the site of Byzantine sports at the Roman Hippodrome, explore the alleys of the Grand Bazaar, and much more. On this tour, you should expect to see 2000 years of the mysterious history of the Roman Empire to the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic. You will be learning about the lives of Roman Emperors and Ottoman Sultans in the haves and the have-nots or things that shouldn't be talked about and the implicit stories. This tour will give you information as clear as daylight from the dusty books and will provide it in interaction and sometimes with humor. We are here to give you wonderful days with the accompany of our passionate tour guides who have dedicated their lives to both learning and share Why you'll love this trip To feel the touch of history and discover the different places that you can see to capture the moment. On your side or the other may be a step, you will make a decision. Ou You're gonna love, going to be upset, angry, but in the end, you will be happy, maybe you'll beautiful memories to tell your family and friends, for everything beautiful.

Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private City Guided Tour

Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private City Guided Tour

Discover the best of Istanbul on this 1, 2, or 3-day private tour that covers the major attractions, such as the Hagia Sophia Museum, the iconic Blue Mosque, the bustling maze of the Grand Bazaar, and the obelisk of the Hippodrome of Constantinople. A few of the possible attraction you'll visit on your tour include: The Hagia Sophia, a great architectural beauty and an important monument during the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. For many centuries, this was the largest church in the world, and it still boasts the 4th largest dome after St. Paul's in London, St. Peter's in Rome, and the Duomo in Florence. Dedicated to the Hagia Sophia or 'divine wisdom', it is one of the greatest surviving examples of Byzantine architecture. The Blue Mosque, more officially known as the "Sultanahmet" Mosque has striking blue tiles give it its more common name and make it one of Istanbul’s most iconic attractions. Located close to Topkapi Palace, Sultanahmet Mosque was considered the Supreme Imperial Mosque in Istanbul. Topkapi Palace, a relic of the glory days of the great Ottoman Empire. The former palace boasted a population of about 4,000 people at its peak and was home to 25 sultans over a period of 400 years. Located on a promontory overlooking the Golden Horn, it sits in tranquil gardens that provide shade from the blazing heat of the summer. Pop in to the museum to see the gorgeous Iznik tiles and the ornate stateroom of the harem, among other attractions. The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. With hundreds of small handcraft shops selling everything from handmade carpets to Turkish coffee, the atmosphere is electric, and it's a great place to try out your bargaining skills. The spice bazaar is located in Fatih. It's known as the Egyptian Market because during the Ottoman period, Egyptian exports were sold there. The Bosphorus is a narrow, navigable strait between Europe and Asia that connects the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea. Built in the 19th century, Dolmabahce Palace was the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire and housed some of the last Ottoman Sultans. The palace site was created by filling in the small bay on the Bosphorus. This gave rise to its name — in Turkish, Dolma means "filled" or "stuffed," and bahce means "garden". Istiklal Street is brimming with life. There, you'll find a plethora of shops, restaurants, and bars, and from there, it's an interesting and scenic 2-kilometer walk down to the Tunel Galata Tower area. See this and more depending on which length tour option you select. Possible Itinerary for each day of the tour: Day 1: Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern, Grand Bazaar, Hippodrome Day 2: Spice Market, Bosphorus Cruise, Dolmabahce Palace, Taksim Square, Istiklal, Galata Tower Day 3: Suleymaniye Mosque, Chora Church, Fener/Balat Districts, Pierre Loti Hill

Istanbul: Private City Highlights Guided Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Private City Highlights Guided Tour with Transfers

Meet your private guide at your hotel or port and start your full-day tour of Istanbul. Walk through the lively streets of Turkey’s largest city to visit the former basilica of the Hagia Sophia, an architectural marvel and an important monument from the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Discover how this was the largest church in the world for many centuries and still boasts the 4th largest dome in the world. Dedicated to the Hagia Sophia or “divine wisdom,” it is one of the greatest surviving examples of Byzantine architecture. Move onward to the Blue Mosque, also known as the Sultanahmet Mosque. Marvel at its distinctive blue tiles, from which it derives its name. Learn about its significance as the Supreme Imperial Mosque in Istanbul and uncover the reasons behind its esteemed status. Continue to Topkapi Palace, a relic of the glory days of the Ottoman Empire. Located on a promontory overlooking the Golden Horn, it sits in tranquil gardens. Pop into the museum to see the gorgeous Iznik tiles and the ornate stateroom of the harem, among other attractions. Next, visit the Hippodrome, the former entertainment venue built in 203 AD by the Roman Emperor Septimus Severus. See the three monuments that remain from the original building, including the Egyptian Obelisk, the Serpentine Column, and the Constantine Column. Also, see the German Fountain of Wilhelm II, made from 8 marble columns. Wrap up your day at the Grand Bazaar, one of the world’s largest and oldest covered markets. Soak up the electric atmosphere of hundreds of shops selling everything from carpets to handicrafts and test your bargaining skills.

Istanbul: Basilica Cistern Skip-the-line Entry & Guided Tour

Istanbul: Basilica Cistern Skip-the-line Entry & Guided Tour

Visit two of Istanbul's must-see highlights, Basilica Cistern and Grand Bazaar. Enjoy skip-the-line entry to Basilica Cistern with a professional tour guide. Basilica Cistern Tour Times Mondays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 12:30, 14:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:45 Tuesdays 09:00, 10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 Wednesdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 16:45 Thursdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 12:30, 14:00, 15:15, 15:45, 16:30 Fridays 09:00, 09:45, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:45, 16:30 Saturdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:30, 14:00, 15:00, 15:30, 16:30, 17:00 Sundays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:30, 14:15, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00 Basilica Cistern Tour Meeting Point: Meet with the guide in front of the Busforus Sultanahmet (Old City) Stop. Our guide will hold the Istanbul E-pass flag at the meeting point and time. Busforus Old City Stop is located across the Hagia Sophia, and you can easily see red double-decker buses. Grand Bazaar Tour Times Monday 16:45 Tuesdays 17:00 Wednesdays 12:00 Thursday 16:30 Friday 12:00, 16:30 Saturday 12:00, 16:30 Sunday No tours (Bazaar is closed) Grand Bazaar Tour Meeting Point: Meet with the guide in front of the Cemberlitas Column next to the Cemberlitas Tram Station. Our guide will hold the Istanbul E-pass flag at the meeting point. Basilica Cistern is located in the heart of the historic city center. It is the giant cistern in the historical city of Istanbul. The Cistern is hosting 336 columns. The function of this outstanding construction was to enable drinking water for Hagia Sophia. Great Palace of Palatium Magnum and fountains and baths are located throughout the city. Listen the history of amazing Cistern from your tour guide. Imagine a market with more than 500 years of history, 64 streets, 22 gates, and more than 4,000 shops. Not only a shopping mall but also a manufacturing center. A place that you can lose yourself in history and mystery. That is the most significant and oldest market in the world. The famous Grand Bazaar of Istanbul. Learn how to bargain at Bazaar from your guide.

Grand Bazaar: Our most recommended tours and activities

Istanbul: Private Turkish Bath, Massage, and Spa in Old City

Istanbul: Private Turkish Bath, Massage, and Spa in Old City

Take a break from Istanbul's energetic atmosphere and indulge in a private Turkish Hamam or Turkish Bath experience in the heart of the old city. Enjoy the convenience of an authentic Hamam experience within walking distance from major attractions, such as Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and Grand Bazaar. Ease your mind and body into a state of pure relaxation with a sauna with a body scrub, foam massage, steam bath, and more, depending on what you choose. Immerse yourself in a tradition of relaxation and self-care in a world-famous Hamam during your visit to Istanbul.

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers offers a personalized or shared experience for visitors who want to explore the city's top attractions with a dedicated guide. Learn about the historical development of the city under the Roman Empire and Ottoman Empire on a private tour. Compare the different cultures and religions of these empires while exploring iconic Istanbul sights like Topkapi Palace and the Hagia Sophia Mosque. Travel stress-free with private roundtrip transportation. Enjoy unhurried visits to the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque, the Basilica Cistern, and the Hippodrome of Constantinople. Visit the famous Sultanahmet Mosque, also known as Blue Mosque, due to its unique interior decoration of blue royal Iznik tiles. At the Hippodrome, see where the Romans used to organize chariot races and gladiators' fights. Admire its remaining Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column, Constantine Column, and German Fountain. Finish your day by learning about Turkish handicrafts at the famous Grand Bazaar and its 4,000 shops (replaced with the Arasta Baazar or the Spice Bazaar on Sundays). With your private guide leading the way, there's no chance of getting lost in the bazaar. This tour is a good start for first-time visitors to Istanbul. You'll gain a good idea of the past, present, and future of Istanbul while visiting some of the city's must-see sights and monuments. You can pause the tour at any point to ask questions. •Visit the famous Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, is a historic mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. The mosque is known for its stunning architecture, with its six minarets and beautiful blue tiles adorning the interior, which give it the nickname "Blue Mosque." •Discover Topkapi Palace which is a grand and historically significant palace located in Istanbul. It served as the primary residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans for 400 years. Visit the exhibition of Treasury, cloths and weapons also Holy relics • Experience The Hagia Sophia, a famous historic building located in oldtown Istanbul. It was originally built as the biggest cathedral in the world by Byzantine Empire in the 6th century and later converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire. •See the Basilica Cistern visited by former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Impresive Roman empire structure as featured in Dan Brown's novel, "Inferno" and James Bond "From Russia with Love" •Finalize the day at the famous Grand Bazaar with 4000 shops. • Get the personalized experience of a private tour • Taste the local good food ( meat/vegetarian/dessert) • Discover Turkish handicrafts • Highly Recommended for Outstanding Photo Shoots • Recommeneded Activity to Experience The Full Taste of Istanbul's rich history and Culture in a short amount of time Option 1- Guided Tour- Istanbul : Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers Option 2- Private Tour-Istanbul : Best of The City Full-Day Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Full-Day Highlights Tour with Guide and Lunch

Istanbul: Full-Day Highlights Tour with Guide and Lunch

Discover Istanbul's most iconic sights on a tour. Listen to your guide recount tales of the city's colorful past as you pass by landmarks such as the Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, and Hippodrome. Round off the experience with a visit to the Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest covered markets in the world. Start your tour at the Hippodrome of Constantinople, which was the sports and social center of the old city. Discover major artworks including the Obelisk from Egypt, the Serpentine Column from Delphi, and the fountain of Willhelm II. Then, continue to the Blue Mosque, whose 6 minarets adorn Istanbul’s skyline. Next up is the Topkapi Palace, which was home to Ottoman emperors between the 15th and 19th centuries. Marvel at the jewel-stuffed treasury, the Ottoman Empire's imperial collections, and priceless displays of Oriental porcelain. If the Topkapi Palace is closed on your trip date, you'll visit the Nakkas Cistern instead. Continue to the Hagia Sophia Mosque, a monument of equal significance to the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Behold the dome and stunning mosaics of this architectural gem as your guide recounts its turbulent history. Then, enter the Grand Bazaar with over 3,000 shops selling everything from carpets to jewelry to ceramics and leather goods. Take a stroll around the Bazaar and soak in the aroma of different spices, dried fruits, nuts, sweets, and lokum (Turkish Delights). Tour ends in Grand Bazaar.

Istanbul: TouristPass Skip-the-Line Entry to 100+Attractions

Istanbul: TouristPass Skip-the-Line Entry to 100+Attractions

Save time and money with a convenient 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 7- or 10-day Istanbul's digital city pass. Access all of the city’s top sights, including over 100 attractions, tours and activities to choose from. Secure your pass to enjoy Istanbul in a simple, convenient and fun way. By presenting your GetYourGuide voucher at the entrance, gain access to: • Topkapi Palace Museum Guided Tour with Harem Section • Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, and Sultanahmet Old City Highlights Tour • Basilica Cistern Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Dolmabahce Palace Museum Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Istanbul Archaeological Museum Guided Tour in English • Blue Mosque Audio Guide • Beylerbeyi Palace Museum Entry • Rumeli Fortress Museum Entry • Ihlamur Pavilions Entry • Kucuksu Pavilions Entry • Camlica Tower Observation Deck Entry Ticket with Audio Guide • Pera Museum Entry Ticket • Whirling Dervishes Ceremony • Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Madame Tussauds Istanbul Entry Ticket • Sea Life Aquarium Entry Ticket • Panorama 1453 History Museum Entry Ticket with Audio Guide • Sakıp Sabancı Museum Entry Ticket • Suleymaniye Mosque Audio Guide • Bosphorus Dinner Cruise with Turkish Shows. Dinner and shows included. • The Old City (Istanbul) Segway Guided Tour • Bursa Day Trip with Shopping Guided Tour • Green Mosque (included in Bursa Day Trip) • Istanbul Airport Shuttle (1-way) • Istanbul Toy Museum Entry Ticket • Beşiktaş Football Club Museum Entry Ticket • The Museum of Selfies Entry Ticket • Legoland Entry Ticket • Istanbul Vialand Theme Park • Miniaturk Park Museum Skip the Ticket Line Entry • Xtrem Aventures Istanbul Entry Ticket • Aslan Park (Lion Park) • Photoshoot in Ottoman Stile • SEA Life Aquarium Entry Ticket • Sapphire Observation Deck with 4D Skyride Simulation • Upside Down House Photo Experience • Princes’ Islands boat trip • Sapanca Lake and Maşukiye Daily Tour • Bursa Day Trip • Princes’ Islands boat trip • Emaar Aquarium and Underwater Zoo • ViaSea Aquarium • ViaSea Theme Park Entry Ticket • Le Vapeur Magique - Morning Turkish Breakfast Cruise • Ortakoy Mosque Walking Tour with Audio Guide • and many more... In addition, take advantage of our discounted attractions & offers with Istanbul Tourist Pass: • Hagia Sophia Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry with Audio Guide • Busforus Hop-On Hop-Off Panoramic Bus Tour • Istanbul Public Transportation Card • Maiden's Tower Audio Tour • Premium Bosphorus Cruise Dinner with Dance Shows • Rooftop Galata: Flying Dress Photoshoot with Dress Rental • The Rhythm of the Dance Show • Cemberlitas Hamami - Traditional Turkish Bath • Guided Studio Tour: Dirilis Ertugrul, Kurulus Osman and Destan • Museum of Illusions Istanbul Entrance • Private Airport Transfer.

Istanbul E-pass: Top Attractions with Skip-the-Line Access

Istanbul E-pass: Top Attractions with Skip-the-Line Access

Discover the best of what Istanbul has to offer with your e-pass, offering you convenience and comfort. This digital pass is accepted for more than 55 plans and attractions throughout the City of the Seven Hills without the need of standing in line, along with other benefits. Visit the most popular destinations with the different options this e-pass has to offer, adjusting to the length of your stay with passes for 2, 3, 5 and up to 7 days. The impressive amount of landmarks can be accessed using only one pass. Misplacing or carrying several vouchers is a thing of the past. Explore the ample offer of options in Istanbul with included benefits. Tours of the Hagia Sofia, Galata Tower, Grand Bazaar and several other locations have their own tour guides. Receive special perks for different attractions within the city and nearby, such as a pick up and drop off or discounts for a Gallipoli day tour, a cruise on the Bosphorus, among several other plans for you to choose from.

Istanbul: City Highlights Tour w/Hagia Sophia & Blue Mosque

Istanbul: City Highlights Tour w/Hagia Sophia & Blue Mosque

Discover the classic monuments of Istanbul on a half-day guided tour of the city center. Visit the colorful and lively Grand Bazaar to shop for unique local products. Start your trip with pickup directly from your chosen hotel or pickup point, and then make your way by air-conditioned vehicle to Sultan Ahmet Square. Explore Hagia Sophia, built on the site of an earlier church under the orders of Emperor Justinian I. Learn how it became the largest cathedral in the world and was later converted to a mosque during the Ottoman Empire. Continue to the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, commonly known as the Blue Mosque, and see the blue Iznik tiles and minarets of the city's most iconic attraction. Learn more about the former arena of the Byzantine Empire at the ruins of the Hippodrome of Constantinople. Round off your trip at the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest covered markets in the world with more than 60 streets and 5000 shops. Stop into an authentic oriental atmosphere and see all kinds of gifts, leather clothing, rugs, antiques, jewelry, hand-woven fabrics, and more.

Istanbul: Private Guided Walking Tour

Istanbul: Private Guided Walking Tour

No need to obey timings and exact programmes Make your own programme with your guide Enjoy all day with your professional guide Lots of Free time for Photo Break The heart of Istanbul remains its fascinating Old City, home to some of the most historical sites of this vibrant megapolis. Dramatically located on a peninsula pointing across the Bosphorus Strait to Asia, Sultanahmet was formerly the capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. See the sights of Istanbul on an 8-hour tour with inclusive lunch. Admire the former church and mosque of the Hagia Sophia, see the site of Byzantine sports at the Roman Hippodrome, explore the alleys of the Grand Bazaar, and much more. On this tour, you should expect to see 2000 years of the mysterious history of the Roman Empire to the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic. You will be learning about the lives of Roman Emperors and Ottoman Sultans in the haves and the have-nots or things that shouldn't be talked about and the implicit stories. This tour will give you information as clear as daylight from the dusty books and will provide it in interaction and sometimes with humor. We are here to give you wonderful days with the accompany of our passionate tour guides who have dedicated their lives to both learning and share Why you'll love this trip To feel the touch of history and discover the different places that you can see to capture the moment. On your side or the other may be a step, you will make a decision. Ou You're gonna love, going to be upset, angry, but in the end, you will be happy, maybe you'll beautiful memories to tell your family and friends, for everything beautiful.

Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private City Guided Tour

Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private City Guided Tour

Discover the best of Istanbul on this 1, 2, or 3-day private tour that covers the major attractions, such as the Hagia Sophia Museum, the iconic Blue Mosque, the bustling maze of the Grand Bazaar, and the obelisk of the Hippodrome of Constantinople. A few of the possible attraction you'll visit on your tour include: The Hagia Sophia, a great architectural beauty and an important monument during the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. For many centuries, this was the largest church in the world, and it still boasts the 4th largest dome after St. Paul's in London, St. Peter's in Rome, and the Duomo in Florence. Dedicated to the Hagia Sophia or 'divine wisdom', it is one of the greatest surviving examples of Byzantine architecture. The Blue Mosque, more officially known as the "Sultanahmet" Mosque has striking blue tiles give it its more common name and make it one of Istanbul’s most iconic attractions. Located close to Topkapi Palace, Sultanahmet Mosque was considered the Supreme Imperial Mosque in Istanbul. Topkapi Palace, a relic of the glory days of the great Ottoman Empire. The former palace boasted a population of about 4,000 people at its peak and was home to 25 sultans over a period of 400 years. Located on a promontory overlooking the Golden Horn, it sits in tranquil gardens that provide shade from the blazing heat of the summer. Pop in to the museum to see the gorgeous Iznik tiles and the ornate stateroom of the harem, among other attractions. The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. With hundreds of small handcraft shops selling everything from handmade carpets to Turkish coffee, the atmosphere is electric, and it's a great place to try out your bargaining skills. The spice bazaar is located in Fatih. It's known as the Egyptian Market because during the Ottoman period, Egyptian exports were sold there. The Bosphorus is a narrow, navigable strait between Europe and Asia that connects the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea. Built in the 19th century, Dolmabahce Palace was the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire and housed some of the last Ottoman Sultans. The palace site was created by filling in the small bay on the Bosphorus. This gave rise to its name — in Turkish, Dolma means "filled" or "stuffed," and bahce means "garden". Istiklal Street is brimming with life. There, you'll find a plethora of shops, restaurants, and bars, and from there, it's an interesting and scenic 2-kilometer walk down to the Tunel Galata Tower area. See this and more depending on which length tour option you select. Possible Itinerary for each day of the tour: Day 1: Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern, Grand Bazaar, Hippodrome Day 2: Spice Market, Bosphorus Cruise, Dolmabahce Palace, Taksim Square, Istiklal, Galata Tower Day 3: Suleymaniye Mosque, Chora Church, Fener/Balat Districts, Pierre Loti Hill

Istanbul: Private City Highlights Guided Tour with Transfers

Istanbul: Private City Highlights Guided Tour with Transfers

Meet your private guide at your hotel or port and start your full-day tour of Istanbul. Walk through the lively streets of Turkey’s largest city to visit the former basilica of the Hagia Sophia, an architectural marvel and an important monument from the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Discover how this was the largest church in the world for many centuries and still boasts the 4th largest dome in the world. Dedicated to the Hagia Sophia or “divine wisdom,” it is one of the greatest surviving examples of Byzantine architecture. Move onward to the Blue Mosque, also known as the Sultanahmet Mosque. Marvel at its distinctive blue tiles, from which it derives its name. Learn about its significance as the Supreme Imperial Mosque in Istanbul and uncover the reasons behind its esteemed status. Continue to Topkapi Palace, a relic of the glory days of the Ottoman Empire. Located on a promontory overlooking the Golden Horn, it sits in tranquil gardens. Pop into the museum to see the gorgeous Iznik tiles and the ornate stateroom of the harem, among other attractions. Next, visit the Hippodrome, the former entertainment venue built in 203 AD by the Roman Emperor Septimus Severus. See the three monuments that remain from the original building, including the Egyptian Obelisk, the Serpentine Column, and the Constantine Column. Also, see the German Fountain of Wilhelm II, made from 8 marble columns. Wrap up your day at the Grand Bazaar, one of the world’s largest and oldest covered markets. Soak up the electric atmosphere of hundreds of shops selling everything from carpets to handicrafts and test your bargaining skills.

Istanbul: Basilica Cistern Skip-the-line Entry & Guided Tour

Istanbul: Basilica Cistern Skip-the-line Entry & Guided Tour

Visit two of Istanbul's must-see highlights, Basilica Cistern and Grand Bazaar. Enjoy skip-the-line entry to Basilica Cistern with a professional tour guide. Basilica Cistern Tour Times Mondays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 12:30, 14:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:45 Tuesdays 09:00, 10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 Wednesdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 16:45 Thursdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 12:30, 14:00, 15:15, 15:45, 16:30 Fridays 09:00, 09:45, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:45, 16:30 Saturdays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:30, 14:00, 15:00, 15:30, 16:30, 17:00 Sundays 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:30, 14:15, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00 Basilica Cistern Tour Meeting Point: Meet with the guide in front of the Busforus Sultanahmet (Old City) Stop. Our guide will hold the Istanbul E-pass flag at the meeting point and time. Busforus Old City Stop is located across the Hagia Sophia, and you can easily see red double-decker buses. Grand Bazaar Tour Times Monday 16:45 Tuesdays 17:00 Wednesdays 12:00 Thursday 16:30 Friday 12:00, 16:30 Saturday 12:00, 16:30 Sunday No tours (Bazaar is closed) Grand Bazaar Tour Meeting Point: Meet with the guide in front of the Cemberlitas Column next to the Cemberlitas Tram Station. Our guide will hold the Istanbul E-pass flag at the meeting point. Basilica Cistern is located in the heart of the historic city center. It is the giant cistern in the historical city of Istanbul. The Cistern is hosting 336 columns. The function of this outstanding construction was to enable drinking water for Hagia Sophia. Great Palace of Palatium Magnum and fountains and baths are located throughout the city. Listen the history of amazing Cistern from your tour guide. Imagine a market with more than 500 years of history, 64 streets, 22 gates, and more than 4,000 shops. Not only a shopping mall but also a manufacturing center. A place that you can lose yourself in history and mystery. That is the most significant and oldest market in the world. The famous Grand Bazaar of Istanbul. Learn how to bargain at Bazaar from your guide.

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We visited the historical touristic places of Istanbul (Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia, Grand Bazaar etc.). We had a guide who has an English license and he explained Istanbul very well to us. The tour picked us up from Galataport and they dropped us off on the way back. We would like to thank the tour agency for providing this opportunity to us. We felt the flexibility of the private tour and it was so comfortable to us. Thank you so much for everything. I can't wait for next time.

I visited the Turkish Bath in the Beethoven Senfoni Hotel and it was the most amazing experience I’ve had in Türkiye so far! The host was amazing, my masseuse was phenomenal I felt so relaxed and comfortable, I highly recommended this experience! Everything was clean and it is such a calming environment! Even down to the music! Thank you for the best first Turkish Bath experience 10/10!!

What a wonderful walking tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable, We hit all of the main sites in the area including Topkapi, Hagia Sophia, Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque and stopped for lunch at an amazing Ottoman style restaurant along the way. I highly recommend this tour!

We loved our limo with the lights and comfortable seating. Easy pick up. No hassle which was helpful with three of us with lots of luggage and a pet. I recommend them.

Very relaxing, very good massage, the Hammam was a dream. I'd be happy to come back again.