asia europe tour

Beylerbeyi Palace and Asia Side

Bosphorus Bridge
Unique cahnce to drive from Europe to Asia with a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus.

Camlica Hill
Highest Point of Istanbul with an absolutely magnificient view, which makes it well worth to climb. It gives you a unique chance to view entire city in a single picture.

Beylerbeyi Palace
The Palace was mainly used as a summer residence, first famous visitor was French Impress Eugenie in 1869, leter visitors were Franz Joseph of Austria, King Edward England. The Palace is now used as a museum.

Beylerbeyi Palace is closed on Monday and Thursday. It will be replaced by a visit to Chora Museum ( Church ).

topkapi palace

Ottoman Relics by Walk

Topkapi Palace
(Closed on Tuesdays & replaced with Archeological Museum)
this extraordinary and secret palace was the residence of the Imperial Ottoman Sultans and the center of the Ottoman might for nearly 400 years. The building are a typical example of Ottoman architecture and the rooms exhibit rich collections of porcelains, robes, weapons, shields, armors, Ottoman miniatures, Islamic calligraphic manuscripts as well as Ottoman treasures and jewelry. ( Treasury and Harem sections are not included in the program and are due to extra entry )

Grand Bazaar
(Closed on Sunday & replaced with Spice Bazaar)
the largest covered market in the world with more than 60 streets and 4.000 shops, where you may find in a authentic oriental atmosphere all kind of gifts, leather clothing, rugs and kilims, antiques,jewellery,hand-woven fabrics etc…

Includes;

  • Pick up & drop off from/to your hotel (only from Sultanahmet and Taksim Hotels)
  • Professional guidance (in English only, please ask for other languages)
  • Entrance fees

Excludes;

  • Personal expenses
  • Customary tip to driver and tour guide
  • Anythink unless specified being included

*You can combine that tour with all afternoon tours.
*At the end of tour, participants will be dropped off to their hotels. Please inform your tour guide if you prefer to return by yourself or to spend more time at wherever you are.