Ottoman Relics TourOttoman Relics Tour

Ottoman Relics Tour
 

After breakfast at the hotel we pick you up from your hotel by our coach and professional guide for driving to Sultanahmet square.

  • Rate is per person in U$ Dollars

Includes:

  • Prices are based on Regular / Seat-In-Coach tours on Daily Departures
  • Prices are subject to change in accordance to seat availability
  • Prices are valid till 15-March-2017
  • Children Policy is 0-3 years : FOC , 4-11 years : Adult Price
  • Veg / Indian / Chinese / Thai  Meals are available for Private Tours only with supplement cost
  • Pick up times will be informed by Operation team upon arrival
  • Comfortable shoes are recommended
  • Half Day tours end in the city without return drop to the hotel

Exclude:

  • Tipping
  • Personal Expenses
Ottoman Relics Tour

Day 1

After breakfast at the hotel we pick you up from your hotel by our coach and professional guide for driving to Sultanahmet square.

Our visit will be Topkapi Palace; expanded by successive sultans, and remained the sultan's residence for the Ottoman Empire for over 400 years. It has opulent rooms, fine art collections, and peaceful courtyards, and is one of the highlights of the city. The Treasury has exquisite jewels, many of which are embedded in daggars, and also has golden thrones encrusted with precious stones and the 86-carat Spoonmaker's Diamond, the 5th largest in the world, which once adorned the turban of Mehmet IV.

Suleymaniye Mosque is a masterpiece of great architecture Sinan, built in 1557 and it is one of the best Works of the Ottoman Empire, built in the name of Suleyman The Magnificent. The mosque has a main dome supported by two half-domes. The air circulation within the mosque is exceptional and the space above the entrance is illuminated by 4000 candles. In the garden behind the main mosque there are two mausoleums including the tombs of sultan Suleiman I, his wife Roxelana (Hürrem).

Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered bazaar in the world with its surface of 30.7 hectares, 61 streets, 10 wells, 4 fountains, 2 mosques and over 3 thousand shops. The Bazaar was first constructed in 1464 with the order of Mehmed II 'the Conqueror'. This is a real fun to stroll around the bazaar and explore small and humble shops which offers you lots of beautiful souvenir items both traditional and trendy as well as carpets, leathers. We drive back to your hotel or you can have your own free time in Eminonu area.

** Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays.

After breakfast at the hotel we pick you up from your hotel by our coach and professional guide for driving to Sultanahmet square.

Our visit will be Topkapi Palace; expanded by successive sultans, and remained the sultan's residence for the Ottoman Empire for over 400 y...more