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Taksim Star Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taksim Star Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Orient Express Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Orient Express Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Ottoman Palace Taksim Square Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Ottoman Palace Taksim Square Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Klas Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Klas Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Kurfal Hotel, Sile, Istanbul

Kurfal Hotel

Sile, Istanbul

Opera Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Opera Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Sunlight Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sunlight Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Star City Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Star City Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Senatus Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Senatus Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Surmeli Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Surmeli Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Istanbul Trend Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Istanbul Trend Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Balin Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Balin Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Gradiva Hotel Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Gradiva Hotel Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Asmali Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Asmali Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Ayasultan Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Ayasultan Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Grand Hyatt Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Grand Hyatt Istanbul Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Sphendon Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sphendon Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Best Western Eresin Taxim Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Best Western Eresin Taxim Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Amisos Boutique Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Amisos Boutique Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Grand Star Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Grand Star Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Kervansaray Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Kervansaray Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Sokullu Pasa Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sokullu Pasa Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Senator Taksim Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Senator Taksim Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Point Taksim Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Point Taksim Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

The City Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

The City Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Park Hyatt Macka Palace Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Park Hyatt Macka Palace Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

More Residence Apartments, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

More Residence Apartments

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Ortakoy Aparts Aparthotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Ortakoy Aparts Aparthotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Tryp Istanbul Taksim Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Tryp Istanbul Taksim Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Abel Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Abel Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Orient Mintur Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Orient Mintur Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Carlton Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Carlton Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Celal Sultan Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Celal Sultan Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Titanic Port Hotel, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Titanic Port Hotel

Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Bulvar Palas Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Bulvar Palas Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sumahan on the Water Hotel, Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Sumahan on the Water Hotel

Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Uyan Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Uyan Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

BlackBird Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

BlackBird Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Star Old City Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Star Old City Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

May Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

May Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Taxim Hill Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taxim Hill Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Levni Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Levni Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

The House Galatasaray Apartments, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

The House Galatasaray Apartments

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Armada Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Armada Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Pera Palace Jumeirah Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Pera Palace Jumeirah Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Sakarya Grand Hotel, Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Sakarya Grand Hotel

Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Yesil Ev Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Yesil Ev Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Park City Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Park City Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Cartoon Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Cartoon Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Faros Special Boutique Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Faros Special Boutique Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Pera Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Pera Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Buyuk Keban Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Buyuk Keban Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

The House Bosphorus Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

The House Bosphorus Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Armagrandi Spina Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Armagrandi Spina Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Titanic Business Hotel, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Titanic Business Hotel

Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Konak Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Konak Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Movenpick Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Movenpick Istanbul Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Aristocrat Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Aristocrat Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sirkeci Park Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sirkeci Park Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Point Barbaros Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Point Barbaros Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Diamond City Hotel, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Diamond City Hotel

Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Yavuz Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Yavuz Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Santa Pera Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Santa Pera Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Stories Kuloglu Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Stories Kuloglu Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Mari Time Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Mari Time Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Ares Hotel Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Ares Hotel Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Soliman Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Soliman Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Taximtown Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taximtown Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

HHK Hotel Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

HHK Hotel Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Al Sinno Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Al Sinno Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Pierre Loti Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Pierre Loti Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Radisson Blu Asia Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Radisson Blu Asia Istanbul Hotel

Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Green Park Bostanci Hotel, Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Green Park Bostanci Hotel

Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Adora Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Adora Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Misafir Suites 8 Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Misafir Suites 8 Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Holiday Inn Istanbul Airport Hotel, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Holiday Inn Istanbul Airport Hotel

Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

WOW Airport Hotel, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

WOW Airport Hotel

Istanbul Airport, Istanbul

Taslik Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taslik Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taxim Suites Aparthotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Taxim Suites Aparthotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Zagreb Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Zagreb Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Divan Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Divan Istanbul Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Santa Ottoman Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Santa Ottoman Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Symbola Bosphorus Aparthotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Symbola Bosphorus Aparthotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Peak Hotel, Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Peak Hotel

Istanbul New City, Istanbul

Arden Park Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Arden Park Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Angels Inn Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Angels Inn Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Rhisos Bostanci Hotel, Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Rhisos Bostanci Hotel

Istanbul Asian Side, Istanbul

Sude Konak Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Sude Konak Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Holiday Inn City Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Holiday Inn City Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Rose Garden Suites Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Rose Garden Suites Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Kent Hotel, Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Kent Hotel

Istanbul Old Town, Istanbul

Excursions in Istanbul


Step Ashore-Istanbul 1

Step Ashore-Istanbul 1

The Hippodrome of Constantinople was a circus that was the sporting and social center of Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire. Today it is a square named Sultanahmet Meydan (Sultan Ahmet Square) in the Turkish city of Istanbul, with a few fragments of the original structure surviving. It is sometimes also called Atmeydan (Horse Square) in Turkish.



Private Bosphorus Tour Full Day

Private Bosphorus Tour Full Day

Join us for a full-day Bosphorus tour by land and sea that will take you all the way back to Byzantium and Constantinople. At the crossroads between East and West, this channel is the setting for some of the most impressive landmarks in Istanbul as well as its fair share of hidden gems.



Bosphorus Tour

Bosphorus Tour

The first visit of this tour will be the Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar) with its mystical smells of different aromas of various spices, shops selling fruits, vegetables and flowers.The relaxed Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway seperating the two continents, Asia and Europe, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments, makes the tour much more interesting. Also you can see the Rumeli Fortress, Historical armament built by the conqueror to control and protect Bosphorus. A unique example of military architecture can be seen from the sea during the tour.



Dinner Cruise on the Bosphorus

Dinner Cruise on the Bosphorus

Discover Istanbul by night on this romantic evening cruise. Sip on your welcome drink as the sun sets on this most magical of cities and watch the famous monuments glide by. Then sit down to a top class dinner consisting of a incredible variety of buffet dishes, including mouth-watering Turkish specialities and a a choice selection of barbecued meats.



Prince´s Island Tour

Prince´s Island Tour

The car-free Princes´ Islands are only a short ferry ride from Istanbul, and provide a welcome break from the city heat and bustle.

The morning begins when you are picked from your hotel at 08:00 and transferred to the ferry terminal for a cruise on the Sea of Marmara heading for Büyükada, the largest of the nine islands making up the archipelago. On the way you´ll be able to enjoy great views of the Topkapi Palace, Leander´s Tower and Üsküdar on Istanbul´s Asian shore. Büyükada is a popular resort for the locals in the summer with its white sandy beaches and fragrant pine forests, but it was once a place of exile for Byzantine Emperors (and Leon Trotsky) as well as a popular retreat for wealthy Istanbulites in the first half of the 20th Century.
You´ll be enchanted by this small slice of traffic-free paradise. When you explore some of the islands´ quiet back streets, you´ll feel as if you´ve found your way back to the late 19th century and an Istanbul that no longer exists on the mainland. Tour the island in a horse-drawn carriage before having lunch in one of the island´s many pleasant restaurants. We´ll return to Istanbul in the afternoon arriving back at your hotel at around 17:00.

This full-day tour includes hotel pick up and drop off and transfer to the port, a return boat ride to the island of Büyükada with a guided tour, a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, lunch in a local restaurant (drinks are not included, vegetarian option included on request) and the services of an English-speaking guide.



Turkish Night on Boat

Turkish Night on Boat

Sail up the Bosphorus, the waterway between Europe and Asia, passing under the suspension bridges and viewing Ottoman summer palaces, waterside mansions and modern villas which line the European and Asian coasts. The panoramic view of Istanbul by the Bosphorus at night and dinner will both be memorable. Transfer to hotels at midnight.



Two Continents Tour

Two Continents Tour

The first visit of this tour will be the Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar) with its mystical smells of different aromas of various spices, shops selling fruits, vegetables and flowers.The relaxed Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway seperating the two continents, Asia and Europe, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments, makes the tour much more interesting. The Rumeli Fortress, Historical armament built by the Conqueror to control and protect Bosphorus. A unique example of military architecture can be seen from the sea during the tour. Lunch will be served at a typical Turkish restaurant. Drive along the coast line to the Dolmabahce Palace, the last residence for Ottoman Sultans with 365 rooms and 22 saloons, famous with the great collection of European antiquity, furniture and 4.5 tons chandelier. Continue over the Bosphorus Bridge to the Asian side: Unique chance to step from one continent : Asia to another Europe. The last visit will be the Çamlica Hill at the Asian side: exposing a panoramic view of Istanbul and Bosphorus from the best point of view.



Best Gastronomy Package with %5 Discount

Best Gastronomy Package with %5 Discount

The story of Turkish coffee begins in Egypt, from where the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519. The first coffee shops were opened some 30 years later in the district of Eminonu. There were prohibition decrees by some sultans but they failed to prevent coffee from becoming the national drink. This tour begins with a Turkish coffee making course, where you will be presented with certificate at the end. Afterwards, we’ll continue with a historical Coffee Route, which will take in some coffee breaks at historical venues where you can sample some Turkish delight. Marvel at the narrow streets, historical walkways, intriguing old bazaars, Ottoman coffee warehouses and more. Your guide will ensure that the past comes alive, making the commentary one of the highlights of the day.



Blue Mosque Area(small group-max.15 pax)

Blue Mosque Area(small group-max.15 pax)

This is the heart of Istanbul! Amazing stories of Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans will take you deep into the city´s history. And tell you - how many intellectuals were imprisoned in the Sultanahmet Prison that is used as a hotel today. Where the remains of the House of the Emperor Justinian are? Listen to the outstanding true story of Beheaded Hüseyin Aa and Cinci Hoca. What else? Wooden Turkish houses, mansions of Ottoman Aristocracy, Baths of Haseki Sultan, Petty Hagia Sophia and many others.



Bosphorus & Two Continents- Full Day

Bosphorus & Two Continents- Full Day

This comprehensive full day tour is a perfect introduction to this magical city that straddles two continents. You'll visit Ottoman palaces, Roman fortresses, vibrant bazaars and cruise down the Bosphorous. This full day tour includes hotel pick up and drop off and all transfers as well as the services of an English-speaking guide throughout.



Vintage Cars - Bosphorus and Asia Drive

Vintage Cars - Bosphorus and Asia Drive

Sirkeci is an area in the Eminönü neighborhood of the Fatih district of the city of Istanbul, Turkey. The neighborhood borders to the North the mouth of the Golden Horn, to the West the neighborhood of Bahcekapi, to the East the Topkapi Palace area, and to the South the Caalolu neighborhood. Sirkeci hosts Sirkeci Station, the Southeastern long distance passenger train terminus in Europe for the Orient Express.

Atatürk Bridge, alternatively known as the Unkapan Bridge, is a highway bridge on the Golden Horn in Istanbul, Turkey. It is named after Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey.

Ortaköy is a neighbourhood, formerly a small village, within the Beikta district of Istanbul, Turkey, located in the middle of the European bank of the Bosphorus.



Bosphorus on Boat-Half Day

Bosphorus on Boat-Half Day

Istanbul is a city that spans two continents and the Bosphorous, the narrow straits separating Europe from Asia can be said to be the city's main artery and lifeline to the rest of the world. On this guided morning tour you will learn all the role of this waterway in this magical city's rich history, visitng the city's main sights before boarding a river cruiser for an exhilarating cruise on the Bosphorous.



Byzantine and Ottoman Relics tour

Byzantine and Ottoman Relics tour

Drive to the heart of the Old City - the Sultanahmet Square. After a short walk around the Hippodrome, the civic centre and the chariot races arena during the East Roman Period, a visit will be to the Blue Mosque, one of the master pieces of the Ottoman architecture. Next visit will be to the Hagia Sophia, one of the greatest master pieces of the Ottoman architecture, first built in 6th Century. Lunch will be served at a typical Turkish restaurant. The afternoon visits will be to the Topkapi Palace, the number-one attraction in Istanbul stands on Seraglio Point in Old Istanbul, known as Sultanahmet. The palace, which dates from the 15th century, was the residence of a number of sultans and their harems until the mid-19th century. Continue with visit of the Rusmetpasa Mosque, a masterpiece of the greatest Ottoman architect , Sinan and a fitting monument for its founder Sultan Suleyman "The Magnificent". Last visit goes for shopping possibilities to the famous Grand Covered Bazaar with about 4,000 shops and tiny cafés, believed to be the largest number under one roof anywhere in the world.



Byzantium&Ottoman Relics-FullDay

Byzantium&Ottoman Relics-FullDay

This comprehensive one day sightseeing tour of Istanbul provides the perfect introduction to this magical city straddling Asia and Europe. You will see some of the main sights as you learn the fascinating history of this eternal city, in a tour covering almost 2000 years of history.



Classic Istanbul and Tour to Byzantium

Classic Istanbul and Tour to Byzantium

"Drive to the heart of the Old City - the Sultanahmet Square. After a short walk around the Hippodrome, the civic centre and the chariot races arena during the East Roman Period, a visit will be to the Blue Mosque, one of the master pieces of the Ottoman architecture. Next visit will be to the Hagia Sophia, one of the greatest master pieces of the Ottoman architecture, first built in 6th Century. Lunch will be served at a typical Turkish restaurant. The afternoon visits will be to natural naval harbour of the Byzantines named as Golden Horn because of its hornlike shape and golden reflection of the glittering waves under sunshine when viewed from the hill tops. Visit the Patriarchate at Fener which is the seat of Orthodox Christianity since Constantine The Great’ s declaration of Christianity as the religion of Roman Empire. Church of Panagia of Blachernae, the best known and most celebrated shrine of the Holy Virgin famed with the “Hagiasma” (holy water) and the “Hagion Lousma” (sacred bath). St. Savior in Chora (Kariye Museum), originally a Byzantine monastery with fantastic mosaics and frescoes portraying scenes from the bible, the life and miracles of Jesus. Anemas Dungeons were part of the Blachernae Palace, unique in the world with its historical and architectural structure. It consists of 14 separate dungeons, each having 2 basements below sea-level with cells for the prisoners and two towers. It was used as a prison for high ranked statesmen. Tekfur Palace (from outside) built in the 12th century adjacent to the city walls. The only surviving pavillion of the Blachernae Palace. Byzantine City Walls surrounded the acropolis of Byzantium with 22 kms. long fortification with 96 towers and 9 main gates dating back to the 5th century."



Tour to Byzantium

Tour to Byzantium

"Walk back into the history... Natural naval harbour of the Byzantines named as Golden Horn because of its hornlike shape and golden reflection of the glittering waves under sunshine when viewed from the hill tops. Visit the Patriarchate at Fener which is the seat of Orthodox Christianity since Constantine The Great’ s declaration of Christianity as the religion of Roman Empire. Church of Panagia of Blachernae, the best known and most celebrated shrine of the Holy Virgin famed with the “Hagiasma” (holy water) and the “Hagion Lousma” (sacred bath). St. Savior in Chora (Kariye Museum), originally a Byzantine monastery with fantastic mosaics and frescoes portraying scenes from the bible, the life and miracles of Jesus. Anemas Dungeons were part of the Blachernae Palace, unique in the world with its historical and architectural structure. It consists of 14 separate dungeons, each having 2 basements below sea-level with cells for the prisoners and two towers. It was used as a prison for high ranked statesmen. Tekfur Palace (from outside) built in the 12th century adjacent to the city walls. The only surviving pavillion of the Blachernae Palace. Byzantine City Walls surrounded the acropolis of Byzantium with 22 kms. long fortification with 96 towers and 9 main gates dating back to the 5th century. "



Byzantian Heritage-Half Day

Byzantian Heritage-Half Day

Discover the splendour of Istanbul with this half-day excursion covering the main sights of this fabled city that straddles Asia and Europe. After we pick you up from your hotel between 08.00 and 08.30, our first stop will be the Hippodrome, a circus dating from Roman times that became the social and cultural heart of Constantinople, the scene of riots, palace intrigues, love affairs and horse races throughout Byzantine history.



Cable Car&Bosphorus on Boat-Half Day

Cable Car&Bosphorus on Boat-Half Day

In this afternoon tour you can discover Istanbul from the sea as well as from above as you take an invigorating cruise on the Bosphorous and then climb high above the city in a cable car. Explore an exotic spice market and discover the heart of Istanbul as you watch its most famous sights glide by from the deck of a river cruiser.



Dolmabahce Palace&Cable Car&Bosphorus on Boat

Dolmabahce Palace&Cable Car&Bosphorus on Boat

Discover the magic of this fabled city between Europe and Asia in this comprehensive full day tour taking in Ottoman Palaces, Roman Fortresses, bustling harbours, serene Imperial gardens and the Bosphorous. After being picked up from your hotel between 08.00 and 08.30 the first stop is Dolmabahce Palace, a full-blown Victorian flight of fancy, residence of the Ottoman court in the 19th Century. We'll tour magnificent state rooms decorated in gilt and crystal.



Cappadocia 2 Days

Cappadocia 2 Days

You will take an overnight bus to Cappadocia with non-smoking, fully air-conditioned bus. The shuttle departs about 18:30 from our office and the bus departs about 20:00 from the bus station which is about 12 hours of journey to Cappadocia...



Cappadocia Tour 3 Days

Cappadocia Tour 3 Days

You will take an overnight bus to Cappadocia with non-smoking, fully air-conditioned bus. The shuttle departs about 18:30 from our office and the bus departs about 20:00 from the bus station which is about 12 hours of journey to Cappadocia.....



Step Ashore- Istanbul 2

Step Ashore- Istanbul 2

The Topkap Palace is a large palace in Istanbul, Turkey, that was the primary residence of the Ottoman Sultans for approximately 400 years (1465-1856) of their 624-year reign. The palace complex consists of four main courtyards and many smaller buildings. At its peak, the palace was home to as many as 4,000 people, and covered a large area with a long shoreline. It contained mosques, a hospital, bakeries, and a mint. Construction began in 1459, ordered by Sultan Mehmet II, the conqueror of Byzantine Constantinople. It was originally called the New Palace (Yeni Saray) to distinguish it from the previous residence. It received the name "Topkap" (Cannon Gate) in the 19th century, after a (now lost) gate and shore pavilion. The complex was expanded over the centuries, with major renovations after the 1509 earthquake and the 1665 fire.



Step Ashore- Istanbul 3

Step Ashore- Istanbul 3

The Bosphorus, also known as the Istanbul Strait, is a strait that forms part of the boundary between Europe and Asia. The Bosphorus, the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles strait to the southwest together form the Turkish Straits. The world´s narrowest strait used for international navigation, the Bosphorus connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara.The Bosphorus´ limits are defined as the connecting line between the lighthouses Rumeli Feneri and Anadolu Feneri in the north and between the Ahrkap Feneri and the Kadköy nciburnu Feneri in the south. Between the limits, the strait is 31 km (17 NMI) long, with a width of 3,329 m (1.798 NMI) at the northern entrance and 2,826 m (1.526 NMI) at the southern entrance. Its maximum width is 3,420 m (1.85 NMI) between Umuryeri and Büyükdere Liman, and minimum width 700 m (0.38 NMI) between Kandilli Point and Aiyan.



Step Ashore - Istanbul 4

Step Ashore - Istanbul 4

The Beylerbeyi Palace is located in the Beylerbeyi neighbourhood of Istanbul, Turkey at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. An Imperial Ottoman summer residence built in the 1860s, it is now situated immediately north of the 1973 Bosphorus Bridge.
Beylerbeyi Palace was commissioned by Sultan Abdülaziz (1830–1876) and built between 1861 and 1865 as a summer residence and a place to entertain visiting heads of state. Empress Eugénie of France visited Beylerbeyi on her way to the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 and had her face slapped by the sultan´s mother for daring to enter the palace on the arm of Abdülaziz.



Step Ashore - Istanbul 5

Step Ashore - Istanbul 5

The Church of the Holy Saviour in Chora is considered to be one of the most beautiful surviving examples of a Byzantine church. The church is situated in Istanbul, in the Edirnekap neighborhood, which lies in the western part of the municipality (belediye) of Fatih. In the 16th century, during the Ottoman era, the church was converted into a mosque and, finally, it became a museum in 1948. The interior of the building is covered with fine mosaics and frescoes.The Chora Church was originally built as part of a monastery complex outside the walls of Constantinople, to the south of the Golden Horn. Literally translated, the church's full name was the Church of the Holy Saviour in the Country: although "The Church of the Holy Redeemer in the Fields" would be a more natural rendering of the name in English.



Step Ashore - Istanbul 6

Step Ashore - Istanbul 6

The Galata Tower is a medieval stone tower in the Galata/Karaköy quarter of Istanbul, Turkey, just to the north of the Golden Horn. One of the city´s most striking landmarks, it is a high, cone-capped cylinder that dominates the skyline and offers a panoramic vista of Old Istanbul or Constantinople and its environs. The Galata Tower was the tallest building in Istanbul at 219½ feet (66.9 m) when it was built in 1348.



Step Ashore - Istanbul 7

Step Ashore - Istanbul 7

The Hippodrome of Constantinople was a circus that was the sporting and social center of Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire. Today it is a square named Sultanahmet Meydan (Sultan Ahmet Square) in the Turkish city of Istanbul, with a few fragments of the original structure surviving. It is sometimes also called Atmeydan (Horse Square) in Turkish. The Hippodrome was built by the Romans in about 200 AD. It was originally used for chariot racing and other public events, and the stadium surrounding the track held over 100,000 people. The Hippodrome was the center of life in Byzantine Constantinople for over 1,000 years and of Ottoman life in Istanbul for over 400 years. It was also the center of numerous political and civil battles, some brutal. Emperor Constantine once lined the Hippodrome with large columns, but only three survive in the park. Some of the rest were taken by the Crusaders, and can be found in European locations outside of Istanbul such as Venice.



Special Offer - Dining Out in a Turkish Way-Excursion of the month

Special Offer - Dining Out in a Turkish Way-Excursion of the month

Experience a genuine, traditional Turkish night out. You’ll see neither professional belly dancers nor folkloric dancers, nor visit tourist traps - but you will see much more than that. We will take you where ´real people´ go to dine in a ‘Turkish way’. You will see and have a chance to meet local people having fun with their friends. The evening begins in a traditional simit bakery. Simit is a bread roll, which is covered with grape molasses and sesame seeds. We take our simits and visit a loca



Dolmabahce Palace&Yildiz Royal Garden-Half Day

Dolmabahce Palace&Yildiz Royal Garden-Half Day

This morning tour of the Ottoman Palace of Dolmabahce and the Yildiz Royal Gardens makes for a relaxing morning away from the hustle and bustle of Istanbul. After being picked up from your hotel at around 08.30 we will head straight for the impressive Dolmabahce Palace Complex. When the Ottoman sultans wanted to update their living space, they moved from the sprawling Topkapi complex on Seraglio Point to this more classically proportioned building on the Bosphorous shoreline.



Ephesus & Virgin Mary´s House

Ephesus & Virgin Mary´s House

Allow us to transport you back thousands of years to a time of myths, legends, gods, philosophers, centurions and gladiators – and to the beginning of Christianity. This full day tour will take you to Ephesus, site of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and where the Virgin Mary spent her last days on Earth. You can either fly to Izmir or take a coach to Kusadasi, from where we’ll head out to explore these fascinating sites. Flights or coach, entrance fees and lunch are included.



Ephesus&Pamukkale(Hierapolis) Overnight

Ephesus&Pamukkale(Hierapolis) Overnight

No visit to Turkey would be complete without a visit to Ephesus, one of the most important archaeological sites in the world; couple this with a day at the spectacular thermal baths at Pammukkale and the the ruins of Hieropolis and you have a two day tour to remember.



Ephesus and Pamukkale Tours 2 Days

Ephesus and Pamukkale Tours 2 Days

You will take an overnight bus to Ephesus with non-smoking, fully air-conditioned bus. The shuttle departs about 20:00 from our office and the bus departs about 21:00 from the bus station which is about 10 hours of journey to Ephesus.
Day 1: Ephesus Ancient City and Virgin Mary´s House Tour: Upon your arrival you will be met at the bus station and transferred to Selcuk for full day Ephesus Ancient City and Virgin Mary´s House Tour. You will visit Temple of Artemis (Diana), the site of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, Ephesus which is known to be the Commercial, the Religious and the Social Center of Antiquity, and one of the Highlights of any Visit in Turkey. After lunch we will visit House of Virgin Mary, probably where She spent recent years of Her life; Isa Bey Mosque, this impressive mosque from XIV. Century A.D.



Ephesus&Pergamum Overnight

Ephesus&Pergamum Overnight

This two day tour spotlights two of the Ancient World's most important sites, taking in the ancient Roman metropolis of Ephesus and the ruins of the capital of the Kingdom of Pergamum. This two day excursion includes return flights or bus tickets, hotel transfer, English speaking guides, half-board accommodation at a 4 star hotel in Kusadasi, lunch during tours and museum entrance fees.



Europe and Asia Tour

Europe and Asia Tour

Drive to the new city and visit of the Dolmabahce Palace, the last residence for Ottoman Sultans with 365 rooms and 22 saloons, famous with the great collection of European antiquity, furniture and 4.5 tons chandelier. Drive over the Bosphorus Bridge, unique chance to step from one continent : Asia to another: Europe. The last visit will be the Çamlica Hill at the Asian side: exposing a panoramic view of Istanbul and Bosphorus from the best point of view.



Bosphorus&Golden Horn Tour

Bosphorus&Golden Horn Tour

"The first visit of this tour will be the Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar) with its mystical smells of different aromas of various spices, shops selling fruits, vegetables and flowers. The relaxed Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway seperating the two continents, Asia and Europe, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments, makes the tour much more interesting. Also you can see the Rumeli Fortress, Historical armament built by the conqueror to control and protect Bosphorus. A unique example of military architecture can be seen from the sea during the tour. Lunch will be served at a typical Turkish restaurant. The afternoon visits will be to Eyüp Sultan Mosque and his Tomb. They are the most sacred sites in stanbul after Mecca and Jerusalem where thousands of faithful people visit everday. Eyüp-El-Ensari was the flagbearer of Prophet Mohammed and died here during the Arabic siege of the city in the 7th century. Teleferique to Pierre Loti Coffee House among the green which is located on a hill with beautiful trees where you can enjoy the wonderful panorama of the Golden Horn. Bird’s eye view of the Golden Horn with the teleferique (cable car) while climbing to the café, 550 beeline meters in 115 seconds. The coffee house takes its name from Pierre Loti, the French author and poet who was very fond of stanbul and wrote as he sat in this coffee house while enjoying the view. Miniatürk, “a story land”, the most influencing open field miniature park exhibiting scaled models of the most known masterpieces which create a fairy tale environment of stanbul, Anatolia and the former Ottoman territories. It reflects the revival of Turkish culture and history in all its magnificence. You will mostly enjoy the colorful shopping center where you may find the best souvenirs from stanbuL. "



Golden Horn Half Day

Golden Horn Half Day

"GOLDEN HORN (Eyüp Sultan Mosque & Tomb + Pierre Loti Coffee House + Miniatürk) “To embrace sharp harmony and historic curiosities in the most sacred site of stanbul” Eyüp Sultan Mosque and his Tomb are the most sacred sites in stanbul after Mecca and Jerusalem where thousands of faithful people visit everday. Eyüp-El-Ensari was the flagbearer of Prophet Mohammed and died here during the Arabic siege of the city in the 7th century. The old trees, pigeons, praying believers and the visiting crowd create a mystical and colorful atmosphere around the mosque. Teleferique to Pierre Loti Coffee House among the green which is located on a hill with beautiful trees where you can enjoy the wonderful panorama of the Golden Horn. Bird’s eye view of the Golden Horn with the teleferique (cable car) while climbing to the café, 550 beeline meters in 115 seconds. The coffee house takes its name from Pierre Loti, the French author and poet who was very fond of stanbul and wrote as he sat in this coffee house while enjoying the view. Miniatürk, “a story land”, the most influencing open field miniature park exhibiting scaled models of the most known masterpieces which create a fairy tale environment of stanbul, Anatolia and the former Ottoman territories. It reflects the revival of Turkish culture and history in all its magnificence. Countless human figure models situated throughout the park such as a railroad worker, Muslims in a mosque courtyard, Jews praying in a synagogue, flower seller etc., portray lifestyle of the society through ages. You will mostly enjoy the colorful shopping center where you may find the best souvenirs from stanbul."



Hidden Istanbul

Hidden Istanbul

Discover the secrets haunts of locals in Sultanahmet and explore the back streets and hidden gems Walk the ancient highway to Rome "Divanyolu" Explore Aya Sofya and other mosques with a local and gain insight into Islam Be stunned by stellar views of Istanbul and hear tales of both Byzantine and Ottoman drama and intrigue Explore the labyrinth that is the Grand Bazaar.



Home Cooked Istanbul

Home Cooked Istanbul

Enjoy a meal with a local family in Istanbul and learn about the cultural customs. Take a stroll through Sultanahmet. Learn the secrets of backgammon. Enjoy the national beverage in a Teahouse. Try a Turkish water pipe Chat informally with a local and learn what it’s like to live in modern day Turkey.



In Trace of Christianity

In Trace of Christianity

Make a pilgrimage to old Constantinople and admire some of the most emblematic Orthodox buildings in Istanbul. This guided tour available in either half or full-day formats, and will visit or pass landmarks such as the Church of Panagia of Blachernae, the Church of St Saviour in Chora, the Life-giving Spring and Hagia Sophia as well as the Pantocrator monastic complex, the 11th century Church of St Mary Pammacaristos, the Church of St Sergius & Bacchus and Hagia Eirene.



Island Tour

Island Tour

The car-free Princes' Islands are only a short boat ride from Istanbul, and provide a welcome break from the city heat and bustle. This full-day tour includes hotel pick up and drop off and transfer to the port, a return boat ride to the island of Buyukada with a guided tour, a ride in a horse-drawn carriage and the services of an English-speaking guide.



A Day in Gallipoli-Full Day

A Day in Gallipoli-Full Day

Gallipoli was the site of the ill-fated Allied World War I campaign to seize control of the Dardanelles straits where thousands of soldiers lost their lives. This one day excursion from Istanbul is an ideal option for those visiting to pay a visit to this famous battlefield, now a strangely poignant and peaceful spot.



Istanbul Classic tour

Istanbul Classic tour

Drive to the heart of the Old City- the Sultanahmet Square. After a short walk around the Hippodrome, the civic centre and the chariot races arena during the East Roman Period, a visit will be to the Blue Mosque, one of the master pieces of the Ottoman architecture. Next visit will be to Hagia Sophia, one of the greatest master pieces of architecture in the world, first built in 6th Century. Last visit goes for shopping possibilities to the famous Grand Covered Bazaar with about 4,000 shops and tiny cafés, believed to be the largest number under one roof anywhere in the world.



Jewish District & Blue Mosque Area(small group-max.15 pax)

Jewish District & Blue Mosque Area(small group-max.15 pax)

Istanbul has had a vibrant Jewish community for more than 1000 years. After the Turkish conquest of Istanbul, Sultan Mehmet II encouraged immigration to repopulate the city. Over half a million Jews persecuted in Spain and Portugal were encouraged to establish themselves within the boundaries of the Ottoman Empire. In Istanbul, the new immigrants settled mostly near Galata – a quarter on the northern bank of the Golden Horn – where a Jewish community had existed since the early days of the Ottoman Era in Istanbul. We walk in Galata and find ourselves in intriguing streets full of colorful life. Synagogues, the Jewish Museum, Jewish Apartments, the amazing story of Abraham Kamondo and other Jewish heritage.



Jewish District(small group-max.15 pax)

Jewish District(small group-max.15 pax)

Istanbul has had a vibrant Jewish community for more than 1000 years. After the Turkish conquest of Istanbul, Sultan Mehmet II encouraged immigration to repopulate the city. Over half a million Jews persecuted in Spain and Portugal were encouraged to establish themselves within the boundaries of the Ottoman Empire. In Istanbul, the new immigrants settled mostly near Galata – a quarter on the northern bank of the Golden Horn – where a Jewish community had existed since the early days of the Ottoman Era in Istanbul. We walk in Galata and find ourselves in intriguing streets full of colorful life. Synagogues, the Jewish Museum, Jewish Apartments, the amazing story of Abraham Kamondo and other Jewish heritage.



Vintage Cars - Old City Drive

Vintage Cars - Old City Drive

The Old City of Istanbul is the oldest part of Istanbul, and the location of most of its historical sights.

Sirkeci is an area in the Eminönü neighborhood of the Fatih district of the city of Istanbul, Turkey. The neighborhood borders to the North the mouth of the Golden Horn, to the West the neighborhood of Bahcekapi, to the East the Topkapi Palace area, and to the South the Caalolu neighborhood. Sirkeci hosts Sirkeci Station; the Southeastern long distance passenger train terminus in Europe for the Orient Express. Sarayburnu is a promontory separating the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara in Istanbul, Turkey. The area is where the renowned Topkap Palace and Gülhane Park stand.

Sarayburnu is included in the historic areas of Istanbul, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985.



Vintage Cars - The Old CityDrive& Bosphorus and Asia Drive

Vintage Cars - The Old CityDrive& Bosphorus and Asia Drive

Sirkeci is an area in the Eminönü neighborhood of the Fatih district of the city of Istanbul, Turkey. The neighborhood borders to the North the mouth of the Golden Horn, to the West the neighborhood of Bahcekapi, to the East the Topkapi Palace area, and to the South the Caalolu neighborhood. Sirkeci hosts Sirkeci Station, the Southeastern long distance passenger train terminus in Europe for the Orient Express. Sarayburnu is a promontory separating the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara in Istanbul, Turkey. The area is where the renowned Topkap Palace and Gülhane Park stand. Sarayburnu is included in the historic areas of Istanbul, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985.



Old & New Istanbul

Old & New Istanbul

Rub shoulders with modern Turks in their stomping ground of Taksim Get an insight into the history of Modern Turkey Take the perfect shot of 19th century architecture Visit a grand church just off the bustling Istiklal Street Have a Turkish fortune-teller predict your future over an authentic Turkish coffee Discover a Fish Market in the middle of town.



Orient Show by Night

Orient Show by Night

Discover the magic of the exotic Orient in this experience straight out of the Arabian Nights including a four course dinner, wine and soft drinks and a spectacular floor show featuring exotic Turkish belly dancers and a traditional Anatolian folklore ensemble.



Ottoman Heritage- Afternoon

Ottoman Heritage- Afternoon

This afternoon tour will take you to two of the main attractions of this fascinating city, combining Byzantine and Ottoman cultures. Discover the Mosque of Little Hagia Sophia, believed to be the model for its larger sister, the Basilica of Hagia Sophia and the sumptuous Topkapi Palace, situated on the shores of the Bosphorous.



Ottoman Relics tour

Ottoman Relics tour

Drive to the old city for visiting of the Topkapi Palace, the number-one attraction in Istanbul stands on Seraglio Point in Old Istanbul, known as Sultanahmet. The palace, which dates from the 15th century, was the residence of a number of sultans and their harems until the mid-19th century. Continue with visit of the Rüstempasa Mosque - A masterpiece of the greatest Ottoman architect- Sinan and a fitting monument for its founder Sultan Suleyman "The Magnificent".



Pamukkale and Aphrodisias tours 2 Days

Pamukkale and Aphrodisias tours 2 Days

You will take an overnight bus to Pamukkale with non-smoking, fully air-conditioned bus. The shuttle departs about 20:00 from our office and the bus departs about 21:00 from the bus station which is about 12 hours of journey to Pamukkale....



Pamukkale(Hierapolis)

Pamukkale(Hierapolis)

Feast your eyes upon the natural phenomenon of the cascading calcium pools at Pamukkale and visit the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Hierapolis. You can either fly to Izmir or take a coach to Kusadasi, from which we’ll explore these fascinating sites. A thermal spa resort built up around them in classical times and to this day there are still hot springs drawing thousands every year. Flights or coach from Istanbul, lunch and entrance fees are all included on this full-day tour.



Pergamum

Pergamum

Explore the ancient city of Pergamon, a centre of learning in classical times, with this full day tour. You can either fly to Izmir or take a coach to Kusadasi, from which we’ll explore this fascinating site. You will visit the Aesculapium, which was at the vanguard of medical research and thought, and the Acropolis, where you will uncover a wealth of ruined temples and other structures, including the ‘wrapping’ of Cleopatra’s wedding present. Flights and coach, transfers and lunch are included.



Pergamum&Pamukkale(Hierapolis) Overnight

Pergamum&Pamukkale(Hierapolis) Overnight

Travel back in time to classical antiquity with this two-day tour of the ancient cities of Pergamon and Hierapolis as well as the breathtaking calcium terraces of Pamukkale. You can either fly to Izmir or take a coach to Kusadasi, from which we’ll explore these fascinating sites. On day one, you’ll visit the Pergamon Aesculapium and Acropolis, and more. On Day two, you’ll visit Pamukkale and the nearby archaeological ruins of Hierapolis. Flights and coach, transfers and accommodation included.



Private Bosphorus Tour Half Day

Private Bosphorus Tour Half Day

Live and breathe Istanbul at its most genuine and intimate, seeing some of its most colourful characters and also some of the hidden gems that visitors rarely see. This morning tour begins at the sensuous Spice Bazaar, where you will either chortle at or fall for the sales techniques of the vendors. Then we will jump aboard a boat for a cruise along the Bosphorus separating Europe and Asia as you pass the elegant waterfront and the imposing Rumeli Fortress. Hotel pick-up and guide included.



Private Byzantine&Ottoman Heritage Full Day

Private Byzantine&Ottoman Heritage Full Day

Istanbul is not just the city where East truly meets West – it’s also three cities in one. This full-day guided tour will take you to some of its most emblematic landmarks. Visit the Hippodrome. Marvel at the ornate tiles of the Blue Mosque and the timeless majesty of Hagia Sophia. Feast on a tasty Turkish lunch, then be seduced by the enchanting Topkap Palace. Revere the simple beauty of the Rustempasa Mosque and then wander the Grand Bazaar. Transfers, admissions and lunch are all included.



Private Istanbul Classic Half Day

Private Istanbul Classic Half Day

Feast your eyes on four fantastic Istanbul landmarks with this half-day guided tour. During this activity-packed morning you will visit the Hippodrome, which dates from Roman times, the fabled Blue Mosque, one of the masterpieces of the Ottoman architecture, Hagia Sophia, which has dominated the city’s skyline for almost 1,500 years, and the city within a city that is the Grand Bazaar, where the odyssey ends. The Basilica Cistern replaces Hagia Sophia and the bazaar on the days they’re closed.



Private Ottoman Relics Half Day

Private Ottoman Relics Half Day

Join us for a visit to two emblematic remnants of the once vast Ottoman Empire with this half-day guided tour. You will visit the Topkap Palace and Rustempasa Mosque, outstanding examples of the two branches of Ottoman power: the sultan and the imam. The Topkap is a myriad of palaces, kiosks, courtyards, gardens and divans that will enrapture you. The mosque is considered a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture and has a prayer hall elaborately decorated with tiles. Transfers included.



Private Yacthing Service in Bosphorus

Private Yacthing Service in Bosphorus

Cruising aboard yachts will be your exceptional experience to enjoy the imperial elegance through the Bosphorus waterway separating the two continents, Europe and Asia, viewing world famous stanbul with its mosque domes and high minarets, architectural masterpieces from different times of history, marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman style besides modern residential.
Chance to photograph the Royal Dolmabahçe Palace, the late residence of the Ottoman Sultans, Çraan Palace, now a very luxurious hotel, Bosphorus Bridge connecting the two continents, Asia and Europe, Rumeli Fortress, the historical armament built by the Conqueror Sultan.
We deserve our reputation as the finest yacht on the Bosphorus, offering the ultimate relaxation to the highest standards with regards to elegance, luxury and comfort.



Seven Churches of Revelation Overnight

Seven Churches of Revelation Overnight

The Seven Churches of the Revelation are the seven major churches of early Christianity. The Primitive Church took shape in Asia Minor and fanned outwards from this heartland. Thus, a journey through this part of the world has something of the quality of a pilgrimage, a physical and spiritual search for the origins and realities of one’ s faith.



Special Offer- Istanbul Classic and Highlights- Excursion of the month

Special Offer- Istanbul Classic and Highlights- Excursion of the month

This tour is a must in Istanbul. You will begin the day at the Roman Hippodrome, where chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. The Blue Mosque, the only mosque with six minarets, and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain, a gift Kaiser Wilhelm II, and learn of his love of the orient. Hagia Sophia, the Church of Divine Wisdom, is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demon



Special Offer- Cruise on Bosphorus and Walk in Asia

Special Offer- Cruise on Bosphorus and Walk in Asia

See Istanbul by land and water. We’ll begin at the Spice Bazaar and then stroll along the embankment. Then we’ll take a regular ferry to the village of Anadolu Kava. Your guide, a specialist on the Bosphorus, will explain you everything en route. You will disembark in Anadolu Kava and enjoy a walking tour of its charming Ottoman districts, teeming with historic houses. You will keep walking for twenty minutes through a green area and reach to a Genoese Fortress. Following the walk, which tak



Special Offer- Istanbul Classics Full Day

Special Offer- Istanbul Classics Full Day

Begin your adventure at the Roman Hippodrome, where chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. The Blue Mosque, the only mosque with six minarets, and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain, a gift Kaiser Wilhelm II, and learn of his love of the orient. Hagia Sophia, the Church of Divine Wisdom, is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demonstrations of Turkish Handicrafts. T



Istanbul Street Food Picnic

Istanbul Street Food Picnic

Eat like a local. Sample delicious Turkish cuisine from trusted street stalls. Experience the bustling markets of the Spice Bazaar and see how Turkish delight is made. Enjoy a traditional Turkish picnic in a grassy, picturesque area of Istanbul. Take a stroll along the busy waterfront along the Golden Horn. Learn more about Istanbul’s unique food culture.

Taste the very best of Istanbul’s local snack food on this delectable food tour. Explore the Spice Bazaar and meet friendly traders who will reveal their treasure trove of local delicacies. Stock up on goodies from markets and street stalls, visit the street-food haven of Galata Bridge and finish the tour with a traditional Turkish picnic overlooking beautiful Galata.



Troy & Gallipoli- Overnight

Troy & Gallipoli- Overnight

Visit the sites of two of the most famous battles in history with this two-day tour taking in Gallipoli and Troy. You will see the beaches where thousands of Allied and Ottoman soldiers were mown down during the catastrophic Dardanelles offensive of World War I, visiting the poignant cemeteries were the fallen lie. Then you will cross the Dardanelles to Anatolia to see the ruins of the ancient city of Troy, which was taken after an invading army hid inside a massive wooden horse.



A Day in Troy

A Day in Troy

Discover the ancient city of Troy, one of the most important archaeological sites in the world and scene of the famous siege. After an early start we'll drive southwards towards Troy, making a brief halt for breakfast before stopping for lunch at the coastal town of Eceabat. Then we'll take a 20-minute ferry ride across the Dardanelles to Canakkale where we'll board the bus for the drive to the Unesco World Heritage Site of Troy.



Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

This tour is a must in Istanbul. You will begin the day at the Roman Hippodrome, where chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. The Blue Mosque, the only mosque with six minarets, and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain, a gift Kaiser Wilhelm II, and learn of his love of the orient. Hagia Sophia, the Church of Divine Wisdom, is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demon



Cruise on Bosphorus and Walk in Asia(small group-max.15 pax)

Cruise on Bosphorus and Walk in Asia(small group-max.15 pax)

See Istanbul by land and water. We’ll begin at the Spice Bazaar and then stroll along the embankment. Then we’ll take a regular ferry to the village of Anadolu Kava. Your guide, a specialist on the Bosphorus, will explain you everything en route. You will disembark in Anadolu Kava and enjoy a walking tour of its charming Ottoman districts, teeming with historic houses. You will keep walking for twenty minutes through a green area and reach to a Genoese Fortress. Following the walk, which tak



Byzantine Monasteries of Istanbul(small group-max.15 pax)

Byzantine Monasteries of Istanbul(small group-max.15 pax)

If you’re interested in art and civilization, and want to know more about the Byzantine Empire, this tour is for you. Istanbul was the capital of the empire that was a centre of culture and religion from fourth to 15th centuries. This fabulous tour takes you on a trail of Byzantine monasteries, ruined churches, stone houses, cisterns, dungeons, columns, palaces and lots of other places. The highlight of the day is definitely the church of St Saviour in Chora, where you will be amazed with the mo



Istiklal Street Walk in Beyoglu(small group-max.15 pax)

Istiklal Street Walk in Beyoglu(small group-max.15 pax)

Istiklal Street is the liveliest and the most colourful street in Istanbul. For more than 150 years it has been the centre of the nightlife in the city. Hundreds of bars and clubs put the groove into this downtown area in the evenings. The area is home to many historical embassy buildings, fancy hotels, apartment blocks, streets, theatres, restaurants and shops. This tour begins in the heart of Istanbul: Taksim Square, where you meet your guide. You will stroll through the exciting little side s



Galata-Genose Walk(small group-max.15 pax)

Galata-Genose Walk(small group-max.15 pax)

In ancient times, the hillside where Gálata is today was covered with orchards and was known as Sykai, the fig field, or Peran en Sykais, the fig field on the other side (of the Golden Horn). It was in during the Byzantine period that the area began to be called Galata and a fortress was built by Emperor Theodosius II. Galata was a Genoese colony from the sixth to 15th centuries. This walk is around the emblematic Galata Tower and covers the area, where you will see many churches, synagogues, ho



Istklal Street&Galata Genoses Walk(small group-max.15 pax)

Istklal Street&Galata Genoses Walk(small group-max.15 pax)

The area around Istiklal Street is the liveliest and the most colourful in Istanbul. For more than 150 years it has been the centre of the nightlife in the city. Hundreds of bars and clubs put the groove into this downtown area in the evenings. The area is home to many historical embassy buildings, fancy hotels, apartment blocks, streets, theatres, restaurants and shops. This tour begins in the heart of Istanbul: Taksim Square, where you meet your guide. You will stroll through the exciting litt



Turkish Coffee Trail-Half Day Afternoon

Turkish Coffee Trail-Half Day Afternoon

The story of Turkish coffee begins in Egypt, from where the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519. The first coffee shops were opened some 30 years later in the district of Eminonu. There were prohibition decrees by some sultans but they failed to prevent coffee from becoming the national drink. This tour begins with a Turkish coffee making course, where you will be presented with certificate at the end. Afterwards, we’ll continue with a historical Coffee Route, which will



Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

The Topkap Museum is the big one...the most important museum of Turkey and the Balkan peninsula. It is an incomparably rich treasure-chest, brimming with artifacts of historical importance. See the first, second, third and fourth courtyards; the Audience Hall, Divan, the high court, historical kitchens, royal stables, the treasury, gardens, kiosks… For perhaps the best insight into Ottoman history, art and culture simply come direct to the first courtyard of this amazing palace. Then we’ll admi



Whirling Dervishes Tour

Whirling Dervishes Tour

The sema ritual is a form of Sufi dance and was inspired by the poetry of medieval Persian mystic Rumi. In the sema, whirling dervishes whirl not to self-induce a trance, as some believe, but rather to reflect universals truths; that everything in the existence revolves: electrons, moons, planets, entire galaxies; humans and so on live by the circulation of the blood in our bodies, by the cycle of the seasons and by the stages of our lives. It embodies the belief that we come from the earth and we return to it. The programme starts with a classical Turkish music concert performed by a traditional orchestra. Then the ceremony begins and lasts about 45 minutes under the amazing lighting and mystic atmosphere of Hodjapasha. Complimentary beverages and Turkish delight are available before the performance.



Walk in Asian Side:Uskudar&Kadikoy(small group-max.15 pax)

Walk in Asian Side:Uskudar&Kadikoy(small group-max.15 pax)

This is a tour in Asian side of Istanbul that we mixed and matched it with a wonderful boat trip. We’ll take the ferry to Asia, disembarking at Uskudar and begin a two-hour walking tour of its charming Ottoman districts, which are full of historic mosques and complexes. Following the walk, we’ll continue to Kadkoy, which was historically known as Chalcedon, literally meaning the ´city of the blind´. Our walk will begin with the historical harbour buildings of Kadkioy and will continue in the n



Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

Istanbul Classics and Highlights(small group-max.15 pax)

Begin your adventure at the Roman Hippodrome, where chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. The Blue Mosque, the only mosque with six minarets, and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain, a gift Kaiser Wilhelm II, and learn of his love of the orient. Hagia Sophia, the Church of Divine Wisdom, is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demonstrations of Turkish Handicrafts. T



Archeology Museum-Treasures of Ancient Civilizations(small group-max.15 pax)

Archeology Museum-Treasures of Ancient Civilizations(small group-max.15 pax)

The Archaeological Museum of Istanbul was Turkey’s first museum and has been awarded the museum of the year prize by the Council of Europe. It consists of four sections in four buildings. It houses the famous Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great and priceless artefacts from the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman eras. There is also a vast collection of coins. The New Building, which opened in 1998, has magnificent exhibitions of Trojan and Anatolian cultures. There is also a fascinating sec



Archeology Museum&Galata(small group-max.15 pax)

Archeology Museum&Galata(small group-max.15 pax)

The Archaeological Museum of Istanbul was Turkey’s first museum and has been awarded the museum of the year prize by the Council of Europe. It consists of four sections in four buildings. It houses the famous Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great and priceless artefacts from the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman eras. There is also a vast collection of coins. The New Building, which opened in 1998, has magnificent exhibitions of Trojan and Anatolian cultures. There is also a fascinating sec



Fener The Greek Orthodox District(small group-max.15 pax)

Fener The Greek Orthodox District(small group-max.15 pax)

The name Fener is derived from the Greek word fanari, meaning 'lantern' or 'lighthouse'. It was a district of prominent and predominantly Greek Orthodox families up to the beginning of the 20th century. It is the part of Istanbul where the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople is located. The locals, known as Phanariotes, dominated the administration of the patriarchate. Listen to the story of Phanariotes who served as dragomans to the Ottoman government and to foreign embassies. If you are



Fener&Balat To Tekfur(small group-max.15 pax)

Fener&Balat To Tekfur(small group-max.15 pax)

The name Fener is derived from the Greek word fanari, meaning 'lantern' or 'lighthouse'. It was a district of prominent and predominantly Greek Orthodox families up to the beginning of the 20th century. It is the part of Istanbul where the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople is located. The locals, known as Phanariotes, dominated the administration of the patriarchate. Listen to the story of Phanariotes who served as dragomans to the Ottoman government and to foreign embassies. If you are



Daily Gallipoli Tour

Daily Gallipoli Tour

Visit the site of one of the bloodiest battles of WWI, where hundreds of thousands of men fought during over nine months. Such was the carnage at Gallipoli that it has become a defining moment in the histories of Australia and New Zealand, which lost more than 10,000 men between them. Following an early morning departure from your hotel, we’ll drive about five hours along the Dardanelles and arrive to Eceabat where we have lunch. After eating, we’ll head to Gelibolu National Park. We will visit the Kabatepe War Museum, the Beach Cemetery to see John Simpson´s grave, Anzac Cove, Ari Burnu, site of the first Anzac landing, Lone Pine Cemetery, site of the Australian memorial, Johnston´s Jolly for a walk in the Anzac trenches, Shrapnel Valley, site of the Turkish memorial, the Nek and Walker’s Ridge, and Chunuk Bair, where the main New Zealand memorial is located. Following this emotional and poignant tour, we’ll return to Istanbul.



Two Continents(Asia&Europe)-Half Day

Two Continents(Asia&Europe)-Half Day

Visit two continents on this afternoon tour of the city with one foot in Europe and the other in Asia. Cross the impressive Bosphorous Bridge heading for the opulent Beylerbeyi Palace, summer residence of the Ottoman Sultans and romantic Camlica Hill, inspiration to generations of poets.



Gastro Delight

Gastro Delight

Feast on a delicious traditional Turkish dinner in a top sea food restaurant boasting a stunning setting overlooking the Bosphorus. You will have a choice of four set menus, offering a range of culinary delights and unlimited local beverages. Located in a restored waterfront building in historic Cengelkoy on the Asian side, Del Mare is the renowned for its rich dishes and excellent staff. The table has been set so why don’t you hop on the boat and join us for a dinner that you will long savour.



Istanbul by Night

Istanbul by Night

Enjoy the night of Istambul walking through the illuminated streets of this city for next to have a dinner at a night club restaurant and enjoy a spectacular floor show of the belly dancers, Anatolian Folklore groups and show will entertain the guests until the midnight.



Dining Out in a Turkish Way

Dining Out in a Turkish Way

Experience a genuine, traditional Turkish night out. You’ll see neither professional belly dancers nor folkloric dancers, nor visit tourist traps - but you will see much more than that. We will take you where ´real people´ go to dine in a ‘Turkish way’. You will see and have a chance to meet local people having fun with their friends. The evening begins in a traditional simit bakery. Simit is a bread roll, which is covered with grape molasses and sesame seeds. We take our simits and visit a loca



Istanbul City Sightseeing

Istanbul City Sightseeing

City Sightseeing open top buses are the most original and comprehensive way for discovering Istanbul's tourist attractions. See the highlights of Istanbul on a 90 minute long tour with many opportunities to take photographs of the minarets and mosques in the romantic ancient city. Experience Hagia Sophia, for centuries the largest enclosed space in the World, and the busy covered Bazaar. This is the only city in the world built on two continents, Europe and Asia, standing on the shores of Bosporus and guarding the precious relics of past world-dominating empires; Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman. The city has been European capital of culture and provides a unique link between the east and west, past and present.



Sultan´s Delight(Historical Hamam)

Sultan´s Delight(Historical Hamam)

Treat yourself to some serious relaxation at an authentic Turkish bath. If you have never tried this before, you are in for a bit of a surprise. It’s a serious steam clean for your body that’ll leave you feeling fresh and incredibly clean. Choose from several different treatments designed to pamper and relax you.



Aquarium and Shopping Mall Tour

Aquarium and Shopping Mall Tour

This is a tour for family fun. You will be picked up at your hotel by member of our staff and transferred to the biggest shopping mall of Europe (and Turkey)! First you will visit the TURKUAZZO Aquarium Turkey’s first giant aquarium which covers over 8 000 m2 and displays more than 10 thousand sea creatures including sharks, giant stingrays, groupers, piranhas and octopi. It boasts 50 different exhibits, the largest of which holds 4, 5 million liters of water. You will enjoy the UNDERWATER SAFARI that takes visitors on a moving walkway through the 80 meter long underwater tunnel and the 270° panorama room offers visitors a vivid view of marine life similar to taking a walk on the ocean floor.



Turkey Tour 10 Days By Bus

Turkey Tour 10 Days By Bus

This unique tour in English shows you the best of Turkey in ten days:
Day 1: Istanbul Classics and Highlights: Pick up at 8.30am from your hotel. You will visit the Hagia Sophia Museum and the Blue Mosque Hippodrome in the morning. After lunch, visit the Topkap Palace and the Grand Bazaar.



Turkey Tour 14 Days By Bus

Turkey Tour 14 Days By Bus

Join us for an epic odyssey through Turkey, taking in the most important sights and attractions that this vast and beautiful country straddling two continents has to offer. Delve deep into the past and visit some of the most important classical sites in the world and see some of the most awe-inspiring wonders created by Mother Nature.



Turkey Tour 7 Days By Bus

Turkey Tour 7 Days By Bus

Embark on a week-long adventure through Turkey, taking in the most important sights and attractions that this vast and beautiful country straddling two continents has to offer. Delve deep into the past and visit some of the most important classical sites in the world and see some of the most awe-inspiring wonders created by Mother Nature.



Private Licensed Guides

Private Licensed Guides

Go to the parts of Istanbul that few visitors get the chance to see. Our private guide service allows you to explore not just the main sights and attractions but all the hidden corners and secret favourites known only to the locals. The knowledgeable guides will give you the lowdown on the history, the culture, the architecture, the legends and much, much more – all in the language of your choice!



Vehicles to Hire with Driver

Vehicles to Hire with Driver

Discover Istabul at your own pace with our bespoke car hire packages. We can offer you an extensive range of services including buses, mini-buses and cars together with the services of one of our professional drivers. All our drivers are highly qualified and experienced and offer an excellent service to all our customers. Choose our services and enjoy everything that this beautiful city has to offer.