6 Night ⸰ 7 Day

isaret exclusive ⸰ FOUR

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1st DAY

Meet and assist following to the hotel receiving the rooms and short brief by the guide about the area and the some information’s about the city. Free time at your own arrangement.

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2nd DAY

Hippodrome : This site of Roman chariot races was the heart of the city in ancient times, it features the Obelisk of Theodosius, the Serpentine Column and the Brick Obelisk.


St. Sophia : This renowned Byzantine basilica built by Justinian in the 6th century stands as an architectural marvel with its immense dome.


Modern Arts Museum : Opened its doors in December 2004 thanks to Eczacibasi family this is the first and only Modern Arts museum in Istanbul. It's housed at renovated old docks in Karakoy district facing Topkapi Palace, with a rich library, exhibitions, photograph gallery, sculpture courtyard, movie theater, cafe and souvenir shop. One can find in this private museum very nice instances on Turkish contemporary Arts. Open daily between 10:00 am - 6:00 pm except Mondays.


Grand Bazaar : Time for strolling and browsing at leisure through the labrynthine passages and hundreds of tiny shops in this fascinating covered complex.


Note : St. Sophia is closed on Mondays, Underground Cistern will be visited instead. Sultanahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque) : This mosque, with its celebrated blue Iznik tiles and six minarets, was built in the 17th century by Sultan Ahmet.


Topkapi Palace : From the late 15th to the 19th century the Ottoman Sultans presided over their far-flung empire from this palace. Costumes, armory, weaponry and Chinese porcelain are extensive and impressive. There are eating and resting facilities for visitors on the palace grounds with a great view. Open daily between 9:30 am - 5:00 pm except Tuesdays.


Treasury Section : The most attractive exhibition halls of the palace is treasury section with collections of jewels, Islamic holly relics, costumes of the Sultans.

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3rd DAY

Transfer by coach to the pier and board a ferry to Büyükada, the largest of the Princes Islands, near Istanbul in the sea of Marmara.


The cruise will pass within sight of Leander’s Tower, Kinali Island and Heybeli Island. Upon disembarking at Büyükada, lunch is provided at a local restaurant along the shore.


After lunch, there is a tour of the island by horse carriage.


The return to the Galata Bridge is by ferry, followed by transfer to the hotel.

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4th DAY

Dolmabahce Palace : Built in the mid-19th century by Sultan Abdülmecit along the shores of the Bosphorus, this palace required 14 tons of pure gold for its interior decoration. A large collection of paintings, fantastic crystal chandeliers and the imperial treasury add to the grandeur (Selamlık – Sultan’s Offices - are not included)


Note : This tour does not operate on Mondays and Thursdays when Dolmabahce Palace is closed.


Kariye Museum : One of the oldest buildinds in Istanbul from the early Byzantine period known as the Chuch of St. Saviour in Chora


Aynalikavak : an Ottoman residance overlooking the Golden Horn, renovated as a museum. Drive thru the banks of the Golden Horn to visit


Eyüp Sultan Mosque : where Eyup, flagsman of the Prophet is burried and Pier Loti’s Hill overlloking the Golden Horn.

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5th DAY

Travel by coach to the Golden Horn, from where you will take a special sightseeing ferry up the Bosphorus to the fishing village of Sariyer. During the cruise, traditional wooden houses, palaces, fortresses and the opening to the Black Sea can be seen.


After disembarking, drive to Asia via the 3rd biggest suspension bridge in Asia.


Beylerbeyi Palace : Built by Sultan Abdülaziz on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus, this was the summer palace of the sultans from the mid-19th century. Your visit to Beylerbeyi is followed by a short shopping break in the pleasant village.


Leander’s Tower : visit this early Byzantine tower build on the rocks of Bosphorus close to Asian coast. (Closed on Sundays)

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6th DAY

Drive to the Asian side of the Bosphorus by coach, enjoying dramatic views from Asia’s third-largest suspension bridge.


Camlica Hill : Istanbul’s highest point offers panoramic views over the city and the Bosphorus.


Beylerbeyi Palace : Built by Sultan Abdülaziz on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus, this was the summer palace of the sultans from the mid-19th century. Your visit to Beylerbeyi is followed by a short shopping break in the pleasant village


Leander’s Tower : visit this early Byzantine tower build on the rocks of Bosphorus close to Asian coast. (Closed on Sundays)


Note: This tour does not operate on Mondays and Thursdays when Beylerbeyi Palace is closed.

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7th DAY

Following breakfast Transfer back to the airport for the final departure.

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