Half Day Asian Side Tour

3 / 5

2 Reviews

Half Day Asian Side Tour

From US$ 48.63 per person

A pleasant drive to the Asian part of Istanbul through suspension Bosphorus Bridge. Drive up to the highest hill of Istanbul called Camlica where you will enjoy a very impressive panoramic view of Istanbul.

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Duration 4 hours
Starting time 1:00 PM
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Live tour guide
English
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English

Experience

Highlights
  • Bosphorus Bridge
  • Camlica, highest hill of Istanbul
  • Beylerbeyi Palace
Full description
Beylerbeyi Palace : A pleasant drive to the Asian part of Istanbul through suspension Bosphorus Bridge. The palace was the famous summer residence of the Ottoman Sultans with its magnificent gardens and breathtaking richness. The Beylerbeyi Palace lying on the beautiful shores of the Bosphorus is fully furnished and it is a perfect example of the late Ottoman architecture. Camlica Hill : Drive up to the highest hill of Istanbul called Camlica where you will enjoy a very impressive panoramic view of Istanbul.
Includes
  • Transportation, guiding, entrancee fees
  • meal, personal expenses

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  • This tour is not operated on monday & thursday, Beylerbeyi Palace is closed on Monday & Thursday
Customer reviews

Overall rating

3 / 5

based on 2 reviews

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The tour was nice and interesting.

The ride over the bridge and the Camlica Hill offered wonderful views. Though the stop on the hill should have been longer. Then there would have been time for a coffee… Visiting the Summer Palace was worth it. It was really beautiful.

June 12, 2012

The price / performance ratio is not given. The German tour guide was extremely frugal with his explanations. 20 minutes on the mountain and 1 hour in the palace, that's it. Photography is not allowed in the palace. Not to be recommended as the sole tour, if possible bundle with other visits to make the most of the time.

August 16, 2010

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