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Istanbul Daily Tour

Istanbul Daily Tour

from€ 70

Our daily tour of of Istanbul focuses on Sultanahmet, the heart of the Old City from where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires were ruled.

The Istanbul Daily Tour is done on foot with a maximum…
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Morning Istanbul Tour

Morning Istanbul Tour

from€ 30

Istanbul morning tour will take you through the streets of the "Old City" from where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires were ruled. You will enjoy the following places:

Hagia Sophia, the…
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Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise

Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise

from€ 35

Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway separating the two continents, Europe and Asia, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments. Rumeli Fortress (from the boat - no interior…
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Afternoon Istanbul Tour

Afternoon Istanbul Tour

from€ 30

The main focus of the afternoon Istanbul walking tour isTopkapı Palace. This was the residence of Ottoman Sultans, now exhibiting imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics of Prophet Mohammed, kitchen, Chinese…
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Private Istanbul Tour

Private Istanbul Tour

from€ 150

The private walking tour of Sultanahmet, where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires ruled, allows you to have as much time as you need in all of the famous sites of Old City. You will enjoy the following places: View Details

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Jewish Heritage Tour

Jewish Heritage Tour

from€ 180

THE STORY OF TURKISH JEWS who were deported from Spain in 1492, now living in Türkiye for more than 500 years in peace & harmony.

Start after breakfast for a tour in Galata, the centuries-old Jewish neighborhood with its famous tower built by the Genoese. Visit…
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Traces of Christianity

Traces of Christianity

from€ 125

The Patriarchate at Fener, by the Golden Horn, is the heart of Orthodox Christianity. After Constantine the Great' s declaration of Christianity as the religion of Roman Empire, the capital was moved from Rome to Byzantium. With the conquest (1453)…
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