With this fantastic Istanbul, Turkey package, visitors can relive the city's cultural and financial heritage. Istanbul is littered with exquisite architecture built by many civilizations throughout the centuries, including the Greeks, Romans, Venetians, and Ottomans. Visit the ancient ruins, museums, mosques, and monuments to learn about the history of this historical treasure. Take advantage of the numerous galleries, artistic treasures, and events. Istanbul's culinary heritage is as rich as its history, with spicy Turkish cuisine available at the country's greatest restaurants. There are Asian and Italian classics available, but most guests choose the delectable Kebabs, Mezes, and fresh seafood with locally produced wine. Mix with the lively locals in a variety of Gardens, Coffeehouses, Turkish pubs, and kebab eateries. 

5 Nights 6 Days Available on request İstanbul, İstanbul

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation on DBL sharing basis in 4-star hotel.

Istanbul - Konak Hotel

  • Meals: 5 Breakfast, 2 Lunch
  • Princes Island Tour with lunch from Istanbul
  • Bosphorus Cruise Boat Tour İstanbul Tour and Golden Horn
  • Bursa Full-Day Tour from Istanbul with Cable Car 
  • Airport Pick Up and Drop Off
  • All Transfers on a PVT Basis
  • All Tours on SIC Basis
  • Entrance Fee and Permits
  • GST Included

What is NOT included in the tour

  • International and Domestic Flights
  • RT-PCR Test.
  • Video and Camera permits at sights
  • Use of vehicles other than the specified itinerary.
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Any other services not specified above.
  • Early check-in & Late check-out at the hotels 
  • Vietnam visa stamping fee.
  • Some meals and drink in meal
What makes this tour special
  • Princes Island Tour with lunch from Istanbul
  • Bosphorus Cruise Boat Tour İstanbul Tour and Golden Horn
  • Bursa Full-Day Tour from Istanbul with Cable Car with Lunch and Brabeque

Day 1: Arrival in Istanbul.

After arriving in Istanbul, get transferred to your hotel, the rest of the day is free for leisure. You can explore the markets and cafes of Istanbul and visit some sunset worthy places.

Stay: Konak Hotel, Istanbul or Similar


Day 2: Istanbul - Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour.

Start your day by having some lip-smacking breakfast, proceed to discover magnificent sightseeing of the city of Istanbul which is considered as the bridge between Europe and Asia.  

The buses move from Taksim Square. Visiting all the historical points - Sultanahmet is notable for housing the famous, mosaic-filled Hagia Sophia mosque, as well as the magnificent Ottoman-era Blue Mosque with its prominent minarets. Along with the Egyptian Obelisk of Theodosius and the nearby 4th-century Stone of Million pillar ruin, Sultanahmet Square contains a park, gardens, and fountains. Shops, hotels, and traditional eateries line the streets of this renowned region. - Eminönü As boats unload passengers at the ferry docks near the city's bazaars, Eminönü buzzes with bustle.

The Egyptian Bazaar, also known as the Spice Bazaar, is a colorful jumble of carpets, textiles, lamps, and jeweler, with kiosks full of fruit, teas, and spices, while the Grand Bazaar's halls are a brilliant jumble of carpets, fabrics, lamps, and jewellery. The Süleymaniye Mosque dominates the region, while the Rustem Pasha Mosque, built in the 16th century, is known for its Iznik tiles. - Karaköy Karaköy is a buzzing harborside district where hipster cafes and late-night cocktail bars mingle with neighbourhood bakeries and family-run businesses. Young fashion designers' studios and boutiques are housed in Ottoman-era structures splashed with street art, and there's also a thriving modern art gallery scene. A mosque and therapeutic baths are part of the 16th-century Klç Ali Paşa complex. - Galataport Galataport is a cruise ship port and mixed-use development in Istanbul's Galata neighbourhood. It lies on the European side of the Bosporus strait, where it meets the Golden Horn. - Dolmabahçe Palace Dolmabahçe Palace was the major administrative centre of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1887 and from 1909 to 1922 (Yldz Palace was used in the interim).

It is located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey, on the European coast of the Bosporus strait. - Naval Museum the Istanbul Naval Museum is a national naval museum, located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul in Turkey. It was established in 1897 by the Ottoman Minister of Navy Bozcaadalı Hasan Hüsnü Pasha. The museum contains an important collection of military artefacts pertaining to the Ottoman Navy. - Beylerbeyi Palace.

Stay: Konak Hotel, Istanbul or Similar

Meals: Breakfast


Day 3: Princes Island Tour with lunch.

Have your amazing breakfast and leave to Cruise the beautiful Marmara Sea to Princes' Island by boat. Ferry takes around 2 hours to Princes' Islands. Prince's Islands consist of 9 islands. (Buyukada, Heybeliada, Burgazada, Kinaliada, Sedef Adasi and 4 more small islands). We are going to visit the biggest and the most popular island which is called Buyukada .We will have a small tour around the island with the new electrical cars.
Buyukada is the biggest Island of the Prince's Islands, and we will have our lunch there and free time after the lunch. 

After returning from the island, there will be a break for visiting a local leather shop, before transferring to the hotel.

Stay: Konak Hotel, Istanbul or Similar

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.


Day 4: Bosphorus Cruise Boat Tour And Golden Horn with Rumeli Fortress

The morning Bosphorus Cruise Tour in Istanbul allows you to start the day in a good way. You can explore the Bosphorus and see how the day begins in Istanbul with your loved ones. So, you can see the city from an entirely new perspective.

This tour, where you can see both the Asian and European sides of Istanbul, also allows you to see the historical and cultural structures of the city and take unique photos.

Start your day with hot Turkish tea or Turkish coffee, watch the Bosphorus and take pictures of the fascinating views of the Bosphorus and the golden horn.

You can see the essential points on the Asian and European sides, watch the Golden Horn, and have a break near the Rumeli castle.

Stay: Konak Hotel, Istanbul or Similar

Meals: Breakfast


Day 5: Bursa Full-Day Tour from Istanbul with Cable Car.

After Breakfast, visit one of the most important cities of Turkey. Bursa used to be the first capital during the era of the Ottoman Empire. Nowadays, it is the 3rd largest city of the country and attracts thousands of visitors every year. With a plethora of spectacular landscapes, archaeological monuments and deep-rooted culture, Bursa is able to offer you an exciting and relaxing day.

The Bursa Day Tour begins during the morning from the city center of Istanbul. A fully air-conditioned bus will pick you up from your hotel. A tour guide will accompany you during this trip in order to provide interesting descriptions and assist you. In order to reach Bursa, the bus will drive you towards a harbor in order to enjoy a car ferry ride while passing the Marmara Sea. During this ferry trip, you can enjoy views over Bosporus and over the imposing bridges that connect Asia and Europe. Total Distance between Istanbul and Bursa is 2 hours.
When the ferry trip is over, this tour continues with a bus towards Gemlik. At a beautiful location close to a lake, a break will be offered. There, you will have 1 hour of free time to explore the area according to your interests. Except from walking around and admiring the beauty of nature, you may also join alternative activities such as ATV safari, at an extra cost.

Return to your hotel is expected during the night.

Stay: Konak Hotel, Istanbul or Similar

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch


Day 6: Departure from Istanbul

Have your last but not the least breakfast of Istanbul and check out from the hotel. Proceeding from there, you will be dropped off at the airport.

Meals: Breakfast


Pickup point
Pickup Point
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