Travel back in time to life in 19th-century Istanbul. This Orient Express Trail Walk takes you from the train station through the streets of Galata and Beyoglu. Enjoy a short Golden Horn boat ride and a ride on the world’s oldest metro as well.
What to Expect
Imagine arriving in Constantinople by train traveling with the Wagon-Lits Company. Your tour into the nostalgia of the 19th century begins at the rail station where the Orient Express arrived in Istanbul.
Your 3-hour guided walk will take you past old shops, markets, mosques, and churches, as your guide tells you stories about the train journey that began in Paris and inspired Agatha Christie to write her famous mystery, Murder on the Orient Express.
The tour continues with a short Golden Horn boat ride and a short journey on The Tunnel, the oldest subway in the world. Finish off with a walking tour in the streets of Galata and Beyoglu.
- English-speaking guide
- Entrance fees