Thanks to the Full-Day Istanbul Dolmabahce With Bus And Boat City Sightseeing Tour, explore the Dolmabahce Palace to learn about the Ottoman Empire’s royal past. With this tour, you won’t have to wait in the long line to see the palace. After seeing the palace, you can take a 2-and-a-half-hour boat tour to see both the European and Asian sides of the city, as well as the most important sights.
On the Asian side of Istanbul, you will also have the chance to visit an Ottoman palace. After the cruise, you can take a bus tour through the neighborhoods near the Golden Horn and then spend some time on Pierre Loti Hill on your own.
First, you will take to the Dolmabahce Palace after pick up from your hotel in the morning. The Dolmabahce Palace tour takes about an hour and a half. After you’ve seen the palace’s rooms, halls, and collections, you’ll be picked up by bus.
All Inclusive Full-Day Istanbul Dolmabahce With Bus And Boat City Sightseeing Tour
After a few minutes of sailing on the Golden Horn, you will start to sail on the Bosphorus. On the tour,you see Dolmabahçe Palace, Çırağan Palace, Beylerbeyi Palace, Çamlıca Mosque, Ortaköy Mosque, Maiden’s Tower, Bosphorus Bridges, Rumeli and Anadolu Fortresses, Pavillons and luxury villas on The Bosphorus among other historical buildings and monuments. By the second bridge, you can go back to the Asian side of Istanbul and see Kucuksu Palace, which built in the 19th century and used by the Ottoman Empire as a hunting lodge.
After spending 2.5 hours on the Bosphorus, you’ll take a bus to Pierre Loti Hill. So, the tour takes about 25 minutes and goes through old parts of Istanbul like Eminonu, Balat, and Eyup. Along the way, you will see many historical sites and hear some facts. When you reach the top of Pierre Loti Hill, you’ll have about an hour to eat lunch and take pictures of the great view of the Golden Horn and Istanbul. Then, you can take the cable car down the hill, and the bus will be waiting for you at the bottom.