Cable Car – Bosphorus Tour On Boat
(Full Daiy Tour)
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.
YILDIZ ROYAL GARDEN Here it’s a nice oxygen break from the noise and rat-race of the city. Take a walk İn the imperial gardens ornamented with some kioks and beautful vegetation i the middle of Istanbul. Witness the
beauty of Yıldız Royal Garden as reminder of the formidable Ottoman Empire.
SHOPPING POSSIBILITY AT BEDESTEN As Turkey is one of the best leather producing countries in the world.
We will watch a fashion-show in an outlet center which produces and manufactures different various of great quality leatherware. So it’s a good opportunity to have look at the reasonable priced good qualityleather accessories.
LUNCH AT FISH FISH RESTAURANT
BOAT TRIP ON THE BOSPHORUS an amazing cruise between the two continents, EUROPE & ASIA , along the Bosphorus by the Dolmabahçe and Beylerbeyi Palaces, wooden villas and mansions up to the Rumeli Fortress.
THE RUMELI FORTRESS (FROM THE SEE) (NO INTERIOR VISIT) Istanbul had been besieged many times before Mehmet the Conqueror took the city in 1453, but it managed to defend itself with the help of Roman city walls.
THE LEANDERS TOWER (FROM THE SEE) (NO INTERIOR VISIT) This is a small and attractive tower built on an islet at the entrance to the Bosphorus. It is one of the symbols of Istanbul. Used in the past as a watctower and lighthouse, it has been preserved in its 19th Century apperance.
CABLE CAR & PIERRE LOTI HILL was named after the Famous French writer, you will enjoy magnificent scenery of Golden Horn and the city
DRIVE BY BUS TO GOLDEN HORN As natural and extremely secure harbor, the Golden Horn has played an important role in the devolopment of Istanbul. The inlet seperates the European shore into two. It is approximately 8 km long, and the widest part is the entance from the Bosphorus . Two streams drain into this inlet at its far end.
CITY WALS The first breach of the walls was by the Forth Crusade in 1204, the second by the cannons and trops of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453.