Istanbul Old City Tour Morning

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Istanbul Old City Tour Morning

Before Travel
  Price : 30 €

Istanbul Old City Tour Morning Overview

This City founded around 660 BC; now recognized as Istanbul improved to become one of the most notable cities in the past. For almost sixteen centuries, it served as the capital of 4 empires. The Roman Empire (330–395). The Byzantine Empire (395–1204 / 1261–1453). Latin Empire (1204 –1261), and Ottoman Empire (1453–1922).[5] It was conducive in the rise of Christianity during Roman and Byzantine ages, before the Ottomans conquered the city in 1453. And transformed it into an Islamic haven. Though the Republic of Turkey established its capital in Ankara, palaces, and royal mosques still line Istanbul’s hills as obvious reminders of the city’s previous principal role.

Highlights

  • HAGIA SOPHIA
  • BLUE MOSQUE
  • HIPPODROME and OBELISKS
  • THE GRAND BAZAAR
  • Details

    • Available Days : Everyday.
    • Available From : Old City | Taksim Area.
    • Price Includes : Transport | Insurance | Guide | Entry Fees
    • Duration : Half Day 4 Hours
    • Pick up time : Old City 08:30 | Taksim Area 08:15
    • Drop off time: Approximately 12:30

    Tour Itinerary

    This wondrous charm is the fourth greatest church in the world and the biggest of its time. The word ‘‘Hagia’’ in Greek means ‘‘Divine’’ and Sophia means ‘‘Wisdom’’. Divine Wisdom is one of the characteristics of Jesus Christ, and this chapter is devoted to his spiritual wisdom.
    The Blue Mosque is unity of the most famous landmarks of Istanbul, facing the Hagia Sophia; it’s important for its blue Iznik tiles and unique six minarets. Truly an attraction not to missed when visiting Istanbul.
    The crossing in front of the Blue Mosque, there is Serpentine column, Egyptian Obelisk of Theodosius and German Fountain of Wilhelm II.
    The crossing in front of the Blue Mosque, there is Serpentine column, Egyptian Obelisk of Theodosius and German Fountain of Wilhelm II.

    Notes

    • Grand Bazaar closed Sundays, replaced with The Basilica Cistern. Hagia Sophia closed Mondays, replaced with The Basilica Cistern
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