Full day Classical City Tour
Basilica Cistern - Which is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that still lie beneath the city of Istanbul, former Constantinople.
St. Sophia - constructed as a basilica in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian in his efforts to restore the greatness of the Roman Empire – one of the world’s truly great building also known as the “eight wonder of the world”
Blue Mosque - built between 1609-1616, famous for its blue Iznik tiles and six minarets, commissioned by Sultan Ahmed
Lunch – “Konyalı Restaurant” where you can taste Turkish cuisine with a Bosphorus view.
Topkapı Palace and Treasury - Imperial residence of the Ottoman Sultans from 1465 to 1853, housing large collections of porcelain, robes, jewels, treasures, weapons and miniatures.
The İstanbul Archaeological Museum – is one of the 10 most important world-class museums designed and used as a museum building with a spectacular collections, the architectural aspects of its buildings and its garden are of historical and natural importance.
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Mete Caddesi No: 18 34437 Taksim / Beyoğlu- Istanbul
Phone: 0212 334 26 00
Fax: 0212 334 26 64