Istanbul has a well developed public transportation network. Get around fast and economically just like a resident by using metro, bus, metro-bus, funicular, tram, ship or ferry. The Istanbul Transportation Card, provided by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, allows you to take advantage of discounted public transportation in Istanbul at the rate up to 48%. You can buy it from numerous sales points in Istanbul(next to the metro station every market selling this card) Istanbul Transportation Card with the sales price of 6 TL and a preloaded balance of 10 TL for your promptly use, as soon as you arrive in Istanbul.
|Tram||07.00 - 22.00|
|Metro||06.00 - 24.00|
|Funicular||06.00 - 24.00|
|Bus||06.00 - 23.00|
|Ferry||07.00 - 21.30|
**Private Airport Service**
Old city tour public or private optinal
Hippodrome-The center of sport activites in Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine empire, today named Sultanahmet Meydani, with its four monuments;The German Fountain of Wilhelm II, Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column (Spiral column), Column of Constantine.
Blue Mosque-Unique with its 6 minarets built in the name of Sultan Ahmet which was until 19th century traditional point for the pilgrimage to Mecca (closed on Friday).
Hagia Sophia-The most famous Christian church in Turkey, one of the greatest marvels of architecture, which was constructed as a basilica in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian (closed on Monday).
Grand Covered Bazaar-The most attractive shopping centre in the world, with nearly 4000 shops, selling antique, jewellery, gold, carpets, leather wear and souvenirs (closed on Sunday).
Lunch (Drinks are extra)-You can choose kebab, pide, desert such as baklava and other delicious Turkish traditional food. Sultan Tombs-Tucked around the back of Hagia Sophia. There are five tombs of sultans; Sultan Selim II, Sultan Murad III, Sultan Mehmed III, Sultan Mustafa I, Sultan Ibrahim I (closed on Monday).
Topkapi Palace-The residence of Ottoman Sultans. See the imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics, palace kitchens, Chinese porcelain, weapons (closed on Tuesday)
Bosphorus two continent tour public or private optinal
Golden Horn, City Walls, Spice Market, Bosphorus By Boat, Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbiye Palace, Camlica Hill
( on your request , we are able to prive Enligh , french ,Arabic ,Russian, Spanish , portuguese guide )
** By Mercedes Vito***1-7 person ***
Princess Island Tour
Highlights: Cruise in the Marmara far away from the hustle and bustle of Istanbul.
In the times of Eastern Roman Empire the islands were used as exile sites and as a monastery region during the Byzantine Christian period. Today only 4 of the total 9 Princes’ Islands are open to public settlement. The largest of these is Büyükada.
It was Büyükada where the Byzantine empresses Irene, Zoe and Anna Dalassena were sent on exile. After his deportation from the former Soviet Union in 1929, Leon Trotsky stayed as well for four years on Büyükada.
We will see mansions, palaces and the Aya Yorgi Monastery. After a romantic phaeton tour through streets surrounded by historic houses and pine trees, you get a delicious lunch in a fish restaurant.
If you want to spend a calm day far away from the hustle and bustle of Istanbul, this tour is perfect for you!
When the weather is hot you can go swimming. So therefore do not forget your sun cream, towel and swimwear.
After some chilling hours on Büyükada, the tour ends with your return Istanbul by ferry
Bosphorus Cruise at Night with Dinner
Imperial elegance and the unique panoramic view of the Bosphorus waterway brings the two continents,Europe and Asia…
You can enjoy watching some Turkish shows such as Belly dancing, Folklore Show while eating your dinner and unlimited local drinks