Istanbul Bosphorus Afternoon Tour Overview
The walls that are circling the old city are 1600 years old. You will be able to see how challenging the old city would have been during its prime from the remains of these great buildings as you drive crossed them.
About 8 km long, and the widest part is the entrance from the Bosphorus. It used as a dockyard for the Ottoman Navy with a capacity for the production of 300 boats at one time. The tour is by bus, and it drives to the cable car ride.
The hill called after the Famous French author and had magnificent scenery of Golden Horn and the city that you can enjoy and wonder at from the convenience of the cable car.
After the great scenes of Golden Horn, you will board a cruise that attempts between the two continents. Region that will be seen and interpreted include one of the most valuable estate areas from times of old along the Bosphorus. Cruising front of the Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi Palaces, wooden homes and estates up to the Rumeli Fortress.
The Rumeli Fortress is located on a hill on the European side of Bosphorus. It was built by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II between 1451-1452, before he conquered Constantinople.
One of the representatives of Istanbul, it used as an observatory and lighthouse in the past. The end of our tour, customers will be transferred back to their hotel.