From the Bosphorus, you can see the sights by boat on a full-day tour of 2 continents with Bosphorus cruise included and Beylerbeyi Palace. Go to the palace of Beylerbeyi. Enjoy your coffee on Camlica Hill, where you can see the Bosphorus in all its glory. Istanbul was the capital of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires for more than 1500 years. Istanbul is the only city in the world that is built on two different continents. It has one arm in Asia and the other in Europe.
First, you’ll visit the city walls, after that go to the historical Balat area by car. After that, you’ll go to Misir Carsisi. Misir Carsi Built as part of the Yeni Camii in 1664. Even though the Grand Bazaar is the biggest and most well-known of Istanbul’s covered markets, this spice market is the most colorful, smells the best, and is often the most fun because visitors can try the things for sale. Rustem Pasha Mosque Find the most beautiful and delicate 16th-century Iznik tiles from the classical style.
The beautiful Iznik tiles that cover the inside of this mosque are what make it stand out. These blue tiles are made with a lot of detail and come in many different floral and geometric patterns.
All-Inclusive Full-Day Tour of 2 Continents with Bosphorus Cruise Included and Beylerbeyi Palace
When it opened in 1973, the Bosphorus Bridge was the first bridge to connect Europe and Asia since a bridge across the Dardanelles in 480 B.C. It was the fourth-longest suspension bridge in the world at 1560 meters long. It is now the twenty-first longest suspension bridge in the world.
From this amazing spot, you can see a beautiful view of Istanbul and the Bosphorus. Camlica, where two hills look out over the Bosphorus and the Marmara Sea, is one of the most popular places to walk in Istanbul. It is also one of the highest and most beautiful places in the city. The other mountain is 228 meters above sea level, while Camlica is 267 meters above sea level.
Sultan Abdülaziz ordered the Beylerbeyi Palace to be built as a summer home for the sultan. It would have been a great summer home with 24 rooms, 6 halls. It was also used to host important guests.