Bosphorus Cruise + Dolmabahçe Palace & Two Continents Tour
Starting from the Golden Horn, explore Istanbul’s both sides in two continents. Enjoy the boat tour on the Bosphorus and have lunch at Turkish Restaurant. Visit the magnificent Dolmabahçe Palace and experience the the feeling of passing continents.
Built in between 1843 and 1856 by 31 st Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid I. It was home to six sultans from 1856. Atatürk, the founder and first President of the Republic Of Turkey,used the palace as a presidential Residence and he died there. It was the first European style palace built by Ottoman Sultans.the palace as a presidential Residence and he died there.
SPICE BAZAAR (EGYPTIAN BAZAAR)
Built between 1597 and 1664. It is the second oldest covered bazaar in the city. Famous market for spices,dried fruits, nuts, seeds and Turkish delights with in authentic decor full of oriental scents.
The Bosphorus strait connects the Sea of Marmara to the Black Sea, also separates Europe and Asia. You may see the beautiful face of the one of most beautiful city in the world.
is located on the European shore of the Bosphorus and in the northernmost district of Istanbul, is a striking monument.
Istanbul museums are closed on these days
- Sunday: Grand Covered Bazaar and Spice Bazaar
- Monday: Dolmabahce Palace / Beylerbeyi Palaces, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, St. Sophia, Military Museum
- Tuesday: Topkapı Palace, Military Museum.
- Wednesday: Chora (Kariye) Museum, Rumeli Fortress, Sadberk Hanım Museum
- Thursday: Dolmabahce Palace / Beylerbeyi Palaces
During religious holidays, the Spice Bazaar is closed.