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Istanbul Experiences
Full Day Old City Tour

Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Full Day Old City Tour
Istanbul Experiences
Full Day Old City Tour

    Visit The Most Important Historical Relics Of Byzatium And Ottoman In "ISTANBUL OLD CITY" During One Full Day With Your Professional Guide

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    Hagia Sophia is a special and important monument located in Sultanahmet, Istanbul's Historical Peninsula. It is located in the square with the same name. It is among the works accepted as a symbol in world history and architecture.Hagia Sophia means "Holy Wisdom". Because of its meaning, Emperor Justinian gave this name to the church.


    History of Topkapi Palace, 1460; The history of the museum begins on April 3, 1924. Topkapi Palace, which was started to be built in 1460 after the Ottoman army under the command of Fatih Sultan Mehmet conquered Istanbul in 1453, was completed in 1478 and during the 400 years that passed with Fatih Sultan Mehmet, until the thirty-first sultan Sultan Abdulmecit, the Ottoman administration, treasury, It became a center of education and art. It hosted the Ottoman sultans until the middle of the 19th century.


    One of the most fascinating parts of Istanbul's silhouette, the Blue Mosque is also one of the most important symbols of Istanbul. It's not just its imposing appearance that makes it so fascinating. The Blue Mosque has many features that distinguish it from others, such as being the first mosque to be built with 6 minarets. In this article, we will share with you the history of the Blue Mosque, which is admired by everyone who visits Istanbul. Here is the important history of Istanbul's pupil!


    From 1460, when Fatih Sultan Mehmet started its construction, to the 1990s, the Grand Bazaar was an important shopping place in the life of Istanbulites. When a special gift was bought for a valuable person, when a house was being furnished or when there was a need for something that is not easily available in the market, the Grand Bazaar would come to mind first. Even today, it is the largest historical covered bazaar in the world with 4,000 shops, 500 stalls and 21 gates.


    The Roman circus, known as the Hippodrome in the Byzantine period and the Horse Square in the Ottoman period, is located in Sultanahmet Square. The magnificent Hippodrome, whose ruins are found today, was built by Constantine the Great in the 4th century. Magnificent works were brought to the Hippodrome by the Emperor Constantine the Great. While the population of Istanbul was 400,000, the Hippodrome, which is 480 meters long and 117 meters wide, had a capacity of 100,000 people..


    The German Fountain will definitely attract your attention with its different architectural structure when you come to Sultanahmet Square.The German Fountain was built by the Prussian King and German Emperor Wilhelm II in memory of his second visit to the Ottoman Empire in 1898. The years when the fountain was built coincide with the periods when Wilhelm and Abdulhamid were in close relationship due to the strategic partnership. When the German Fountain was built, it was presented as a symbol of friendship between the two countries.


    • Hotel Pick Up 8:30am(Around)
    • Full Day Guided Tour 
      • Hippodrome
      • Blue Mosque
      • German Fountain
      • Topkapı Palace
      • Hagia Sophia
      • Grand Bazaar(Sunday replaced with Arasta Bazaar)
    • Hotel Drop Off 6:00pm(Around)


    • Professional Licensed Guide
    • Hotel Pick Up
    • Hotel Drop Off
    • Service Charges&Local Taxes  


    • Monday-Wednesday-Thursday-Saturday-Sunday Avaliable
    • Professional Guided Old City Tour
    • Duration 8+ Hours
    • Walking Tour
    • Museum Fees and Lunch not Included
    • Suday Grand Bazaar replaced with Arasta Bazaar
    • Comfortable Shoes are Recommended
    • Hippodrome-Blue Mosque-Hagia Sophia-Grand Bazaar-Topkapı Palace